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6 results found for: "Peace River"

Publication Type: Statistics

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July 9, 2018

Description

Electoral Boundaries are defined by the Alberta Elections 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. The Provincial Electoral Divisions used in these information...


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March 1, 2018

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Offers an overview of the current health status of patients in the Peace Region Primary Care Network, indicators of the Network’s current and future health needs, and evidence as to which quality services are needed in a timely and efficient basis to address these needs. One in a series of...


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October 1, 2017

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Since 1948, Alberta has been divided into two main forest management areas. The White Area, or settled portion, consists of the populated central, southern and Peace River areas of the province. The Green Area, or forested portion, includes most of northern Alberta as well as the mountain and...


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September 27, 2017

Description

Statistics for each public offering from 1998 to the present. Statistics available for Athabasca, Cold Lake, Peace River.


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March 1, 2017

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To assist with primary health care planning, Alberta Health has developed a series of reports to provide a broad range of demographic, socio-economic and population health statistics considered relevant to primary health care for communities across the province. These community profiles provide...


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November 1, 2014

Description

Presents a statistical profile of the provincial electoral division of Peace River. Data presented describe the following characteristics: age, sex, marital status, household types, language, Aboriginal identity, ethnic origin, place of birth, mobility, dwelling characteristics, education, labour...