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Topics: Population and Demography

Last Modified

December 9, 2016

Description

Contains unproclaimed amendments to the following: Vital Statistics Act; Marriage Act


Last Modified

December 9, 2016

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

February 15, 2017

Description

Contains unproclaimed amendments to the following: Vital Statistics Act


Last Modified

May 14, 2014

Description

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


Last Modified

September 8, 2017

Description

Language is the fourth release from the census of Canada taken on May 10, 2016. This release explores language characteristics of the Canadian population—mother tongue, knowledge of official languages, languages most often spoken at home and other home languages. In Alberta, the majority of...


Last Modified

June 16, 2017

Description

In 2016, there were 1,530,870 dwellings occupied by usual residents in Alberta; a number that includes 1,527,680 private dwellings, as well as 3,190 collective dwellings. This represents a 9.9% increase in the number of dwellings from the 2011 Census, the fastest growth rate among the provinces...


Last Modified

May 19, 2017

Description

The latest release from the 2016 Census shows that Alberta remained the youngest province. The relative youthfulness of the province’s population is largely due to the influx of young, working‑age migrants, and slightly higher fertility than the national rate. In relation to the other provinces,...


Last Modified

February 9, 2017

Description

The first release of the 2016 Census focuses on population and dwelling counts across the country. Over the course of the year, Statistics Canada will release the full suite of census data, the most in-depth and comprehensive information source about Canadians.


Last Modified

August 1, 2017

Description

The Alberta Self-employment Profile provides a snapshot into the demographics surrounding self-employed persons in Alberta, and paints a picture of the regional distribution of self-employed individuals across the province.