Proportion and population aged 65 and over, Quebec, Administrative Regions and Metropolitan Areas (CMAs), 1996 to 2031

Proportion and population aged 65 and over, Quebec, Administrative Regions and Metropolitan Areas (CMAs), 1996 to 2031 Highlight: There are large disparities between regions in population ageing, but all of them will experience a marked increase in the proportion of seniors in the total population, as well as significant growth in their population. Sources: Statistics Canada, Demographic Estimates (1971 to 2011). Institut de la statistique du Québec, Demographic Perspectives 2006-2056, 2009 Edition (2016 to 2051) 2021-02-01 Government and Municipalities of Québec cid@stat.gouv.qc.ca Economics and IndustryEducation and Training XML fileXML http://www.bdso.gouv.qc.ca/docs-ken/flex/xml/tbl_bord_0001_32.xml XML fileXML http://www.bdso.gouv.qc.ca/docs-ken/flex/xml/tbl_bord_0001_32.xml Original Metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTML https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/56430dd5-962b-4ee3-a831-2efd27080bb0

Highlight: There are large disparities between regions in population ageing, but all of them will experience a marked increase in the proportion of seniors in the total population, as well as significant growth in their population. Sources: Statistics Canada, Demographic Estimates (1971 to 2011). Institut de la statistique du Québec, Demographic Perspectives 2006-2056, 2009 Edition (2016 to 2051)

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