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Topics: Immigration and Migration Population and Demography Organizations: Treasury Board and Finance

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December 1, 2017

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The 2016 Census showed that over one in five residents of Alberta was an immigrant. Most immigrants in the province were from Asia and most were admitted under the economic category. One in four immigrated in the five years prior to the Census and the majority of these individuals were in the...


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November 29, 2017

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Housing is the sixth release from the Census of Canada taken on May 10, 2016. This release explores housing characteristics of Alberta’s households such as tenure, dwelling condition and suitability. Of the provinces, Alberta saw the largest growth in households, increasing by 9.9% since the last...


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November 23, 2017

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The latest release from the 2016 Census shows that almost a quarter of Albertans reported being a visible minority, up over 40% from five years earlier. The top three minority groups in Alberta were South Asian, Filipino and Chinese. Almost 85% of visible minorities lived in the cities of...


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March 28, 2017

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Interprovincial employees or IPEs are individuals who found employment in Alberta but maintained their primary residence in another part of the country. This Demographic Spotlight shows a breakdown of IPEs working in Alberta by industry and by region.


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September 27, 2016

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Interprovincial employees or IPEs are individuals who found employment in Alberta but maintained their primary residence in another part of the country. This Demographic Spotlight presents a brief overview of IPEs in 2012.


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September 18, 2013

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Following our previous 2011 Highlights on the first release of the National Household Survey (NHS), this analytical article provides more in‑depth examination of the NHS data focusing specifically on immigration, place of birth, citizenship and language in Alberta.


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October 15, 2010

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(StatCan Product) Customization Details:   Table A. By province of origin/destination (five-year period) presents information on migration to and from Canadian provinces and territories by Alberta (entire province), all 19 Alberta Census Divisions, the CMA of Edmonton, the CMA of Calgary and Non...