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    Percent of the Population with an Aboriginal Identity, Rural and Small Town A...

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the percentage of the population that reported having an Aboriginal identity in 2011. The population is divided into larger urban centres and rural and small town areas. Within the larger urban centres, the population is divided between Census...
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    Family Size, Canada, Provinces and Territories

    This Alberta Official Statistic compares the family size of Canadian Census families in all provinces and territories for the 2011 Census year. A census family refers to a married couple (with or without children of either and/or both spouses), a common-law couple (with or without children of...
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    Proportion of Immigrants, Alberta Economic Regions

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportion of immigrants that reside in each of the eight Alberta economic regions based on the 2011 National Household Survey. Canada is a multicultural society whose ethnocultural make-up has been shaped over time by immigrants and their...
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    Proportion of Population by Language Spoken Most Often at Home, Alberta Econo...

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportion of population based on language spoken most often at home in each economic region as reported in the 2011 population census. Alberta is divided into eight economic regions as follows: Lethbridge – Medicine -Hat; Camrose-Drumheller; Calgary;...
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    Census Family Status of Aboriginal Identity Population, Canada, Provinces and...

    This Alberta Official Statistic shows the proportions of Aboriginal identity population based on their census family status - spouses, common-law partners, lone parents, children in census families, persons not in census families - for Canada, provinces and territories based on the 2011 National...
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    Educational Attainment of Rural and Small Town Albertans (25 to 64 Years of Age)

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the highest level of educational attainment among the population (25 to 64 years of age) in 2011. The population is divided into larger urban centres and rural and small town areas. Within rural and small town Alberta, the population is divided into four...
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    Labour Force Status of Canadians and Albertans with and without Disabilities

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the 2011 labour force status of Canadians and Albertans based on their activity limitations or participation restriction. The three rates that this official statistic presents are the participation rate, the employment rate and the unemployment rate.
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    Proportion of Aboriginal Identity Population by Mother Tongue, Canada, Provin...

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportions of Aboriginal Identity population by Mother Tongue (English, French, Aboriginal Languages and Other Languages) for Canada, Provinces and Territories based on the 2011 National Household Survey. Between May and August 2011, Statistics...
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    Population Change, Rural and Small Town Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the percent change in Alberta’s population between 1986 and 2011 by 5-year census cycles. The population is divided into "Larger Urban Centres" and Rural and Small Town areas. Within rural Alberta, the population is divided into four categories with each...
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    Distribution of the Immigrant Population by Age and Sex, Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the distribution of the immigrant population by age and sex in Alberta for 2011. Immigrants are persons who are, or have ever been, landed immigrants in Canada. A landed immigrant/permanent resident is a person who has been granted the right to live...
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    Marital Status, Alberta Economic Regions

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the marital status of Alberta’s census families by economic regions for the 2011 census year. Alberta is divided into eight economic regions as follows: Lethbridge – Medicine -Hat; Camrose-Drumheller; Calgary; Banff – Jasper – Rocky Mountain House; Red...
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    Interprovincial Migration to and from Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic compares interprovincial migration to other provinces and territories from Alberta and from other provinces and territories to Alberta between 2006 and 2011, based on the information from the 2011 National Household Survey. Interprovincial migration represents...
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    Dependency Ratios, Alberta Economic Regions

    This Alberta Official Statistic compares the total dependency ratio, the youth dependency ratio and the old age dependency ratio for the eight economic regions in Alberta for 2011. Dependency ratio (age dependency ratio) is the ratio of persons in the "dependent" ages (generally under age 15 and...
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    Per Capita Health Service Providers, Rural and Small Town Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the per capita health service providers in 2011. Per capita health service providers are the number of individuals working in medicine or health occupations per 1,000 people. The population is divided into larger urban centres and rural and small town...
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    Distribution of Population by Age and Sex, Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic compares the distribution of Alberta’s population by age and sex for two Census years (2006 and 2011). Age and sex are the most basic characteristics of a population. Every population has a different age and sex composition – the number and proportion of males and...
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    Alberta Provincial Electoral Division Profiles - 2021 (Data for Alberta and t...

    Electoral Boundaries are defined by the Alberta Election Act, Chapter E-1, 2018. Provincial Electoral Divisions (PEDs) are territorial units represented by an elected Member to serve in the Alberta Provincial Legislative Assembly. These profiles provide detailed demographic and socio-economic...
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    Family Structure, Canada, Provinces and Territories

    This Alberta Official Statistic compares the family structure of Canadian census families in all provinces and territories for the 2011 census year. Family structure refers to the combination of relatives that comprise a family. Census family refers to a married couple (with or without children...
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    Mobility Status (Place of Residence Five Years Ago - Movers) of Aboriginal Id...

    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...
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