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Topics: Population and Demography

Last Modified

September 20, 2017

Description

Contains unproclaimed amendments to the following: Vital Statistics Act; Family Law Act.


Last Modified

September 20, 2017

Description

Provides for the legal registration of all Alberta births, stillbirths, deaths, marriages, adoptions and change of name. Also provides for alterations and corrections to the records, issuance of burial permits, certificates, copies, and searches of records and compilation of a statistical report.


Last Modified

June 3, 2009

Description

The Office of Statistics and Information Act is the revision of the Alberta Bureau of Statistics Act, which establishes the duties of the Office of Statistics and Information as the statistical agency and Statistics Canada focal point for the province. It describes the authorities of the Office...


Last Modified

September 20, 2017

Description

Provides the legal authority to perform marriages (both religious and civil) as well as the legal requirements to issue marriage licenses.


Last Modified

March 1, 2007

Description

This report provides an overview of the performance for the first two years of the projections presented in Population Projections for Alberta and its Health Regions, 2004 to 2033, as well as an updated series of projections for the years 2006 to 2035. The new population projections were updated...


Last Modified

June 30, 2017

Description

These long-term population projections by single year of age and sex have been developed by applying the component cohort survival model to assumptions about future trends in fertility, mortality and migration, under three different sets of assumptions (i.e. low, medium and high scenarios).


Last Modified

June 24, 2016

Description

These long-term population projections by single year of age and sex have been developed by applying the component cohort survival model to assumptions about future trends in fertility, mortality and migration, under three different sets of assumptions (i.e. low, medium and high scenarios).


Last Modified

December 10, 2014

Description

Electoral Boundaries are defined by the Alberta Electoral Divisions Act, Chapter E-4.1, 2010. 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...


Last Modified

January 1, 2018

Description

In 2010, a set of standard geographies were developed for surveillance, planning, monitoring, and reporting of population health, health outcomes, and health support and services across Alberta. This document describes the principles, guidelines, criteria, and methodologies used to construct the...


Last Modified

September 1, 2016

Description

Detailed one-page maps of each of the eight economic regions in Alberta. Shows the lakes, rivers, national and provincial parks, incorporated bodies, and main and secondary roads within each region.