Mobility Status (Place of Residence Five Years Ago - Movers) of Aboriginal Identity Population by Sex, Alberta and its Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA)

Mobility Status (Place of Residence Five Years Ago - Movers) of Aboriginal Identity Population by Sex, Alberta and its Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA) This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportions of Aboriginal Identity Populations (Movers) that reported a mobility status change (place of residence 5 years ago) for Alberta and its Census Metropolitan Areas. Mobility status refers to the relationship between a person’s usual place of residence on Census day (May 10, 2011) and his or her place of residence five years earlier (May 10, 2006). “Movers” are those who reported a change of address. There are two types of “Movers”: “Non-Migrants” and “Migrants”. “Migrants” are classified into “External Migrants” and “Internal Migrants”, which are further categorized into “Intraprovincial Migrants” and “Interprovincial Migrants”. 2024-03-13 Government of Alberta osi.support@gov.ab.ca Arts, Music, LiteratureSociety and CultureAOSAboriginalAlberta Official StatisticsMobility Status Alberta Official Statistic VisualizationPDF https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/032877a6-d4a9-4fb8-8885-d15886821645/resource/24925083-66e1-43f7-90f7-2f385c2dc797/download/0624201576mobilitystatusofaboriginalidentitypopulationonepage.pdf CSVCSV https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/032877a6-d4a9-4fb8-8885-d15886821645/resource/98afaa55-b5bc-4528-8236-defbb61a0f3e/download/stcmobilitystatusaboriginalcsvv1.02014-04-24.csv Original metadata (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata)HTML https://open.alberta.ca/opendata/032877a6-d4a9-4fb8-8885-d15886821645

This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportions of Aboriginal Identity Populations (Movers) that reported a mobility status change (place of residence 5 years ago) for Alberta and its Census Metropolitan Areas. Mobility status refers to the relationship between a person’s usual place of residence on Census day (May 10, 2011) and his or her place of residence five years earlier (May 10, 2006). “Movers” are those who reported a change of address. There are two types of “Movers”: “Non-Migrants” and “Migrants”. “Migrants” are classified into “External Migrants” and “Internal Migrants”, which are further categorized into “Intraprovincial Migrants” and “Interprovincial Migrants”.

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