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Alberta Provincial Electoral Division Profiles (2010 Boundaries - 2016 Census Data) - Data for Alberta and all 87 PEDs


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 data provide detailed demographic and socio-economic information for Alberta's 87 Provincial Electoral Divisions. Data have been specifically tabulated from the 2016 Census of Canada.


September 18, 2018

Aboriginal Census Education Electoral Employment Ethnicity Family Immigrant MLA Mobility PED PEDs Population Provincial Ridings Ridings Schooling visible minority

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Treasury Board and Finance

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Data in this report have been specially tabulated from Statistics Canada's 2016 Census of Canada, by allocation of Statistics Canada block face reference points to PEDs. Located within the boundaries of PED 65 (Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills) is the Indian reserve of Saddle Lake 125. Saddle Lake 125 was incompletely enumerated in the 2011 Census. Data are not available for this area, and thus are not included in the profile of that PED or of the province of Alberta. The global non-response rate (GNR) for Alberta is 4.7%. The GNR combines both complete non-response (household) and partial non-response (question) into a single rate. The GNR is an indicator of data quality, where a smaller GNR suggests more accuracy. When the GNR is 50% or above, the data are suppressed. The GNR is identified for each region. A higher GNR indicates the need for user caution. We strongly recommend that users refer to the appropriate related documents.


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