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Migration Estimates by Province of Origin/ Destination, Age, Sex, Type of Migration, and Migration Flows by Census Division and Census Metropolitan Area Origin/Destination for Alberta (2004 - 2005 to 2008 - 2009)

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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 CMA Alberta from 2004 to 2009. Table B. By age group (five-year period) presents information on in-migrants, out-migrants and net-migrants by the following age group categories: 0-17 years, 18-24 years, 25-44 years, 45-64 years, 65+ years and Total for Alberta (entire province), all 19 Alberta Census Divisions, the CMA of Edmonton, the CMA of Calgary and Non CMA Alberta from 2004 to 2009.  Table C. By type of migration and sex (five-year period) presents information on in-migrants, out-migrants and net-migrants by the type of migration (intraprovincial, interprovincial and international) by sex (Male, Female or Both) for Alberta (entire province), all 19 Alberta Census Divisions, the CMA of Edmonton, the CMA of Calgary and Non CMA Alberta from 2004 to 2009.  Table D. Flows by CD of origin/destination, or by CMA/non-CMA of origin/destination (five-year period) presents information on where Alberta's migrants/immigrants are moving to and where they've moved from by all 19 Alberta Census Divisions, the CMA of Edmonton, the CMA of Calgary and Non CMA Alberta and internationally from 2004 to 2009.     Table E. Median income of migrant taxfilers (single year) is NOT INCLUDED.   Annual Migration Estimates - The data consist of estimates of migration flows between census divisions (CDs) or census metropolitan areas (CMAs), by sex and broad age groups. The statistics are derived from the annual tax file provided by the Canada Revenue Agency.   Intraprovincial migration: movement of people between two CDs or CMAs located within the same province. The CD/CMA of departure is the CD/CMA of origin and the CD/CMA of arrival is the CD/CMA of destination.   Interprovincial migration: movement of people between CDs and CMAs located in two different provinces. The province of departure is the province of origin and the province of arrival is the province of destination. International migration: movement of people between an area in Canada and another country. Migration flows: migration flows for any given CD or CMA. The flows are listed in descending order of net migration for the most recent year of migration.   Migration flows: migration flows for any given CD or CMA. The flows are listed in descending order of net migration for the most recent year of migration. There are five standard data tables that are normally available for this product:   Table A. By province of origin/destination (five-year period); Table B. By age group (five-year period); Table C. By type of migration and sex (five-year period); Table D. Flows by CD of origin/destination, or by CMA/non-CMA of origin/destination (five-year period); Table E. Median income of migrant taxfilers (single year); Annual Migration Estimates by Census Division/Census Metropolitan Area.

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Date Modified

2010-10-15

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Annual

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Treasury Board and Finance

Resource Dates

Date Created

2010-10-15

Date Added to catalogue

2015-10-08T23:28:36.643086

Date Modified

2010-10-15

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Statistics Canada has adopted an open licence which allows this product to be accessible to all GOA employees and to the general public.  This product has been reproduced and distributed on an “as is “ basis with the permission of Statistics Canada.   It was originally acquired by "Alberta Finance and Enterprise" under a Statistics Canada agreement that restricted the sharing of this information with only 3 Government of Alberta departments.  This restriction no longer applies with the adoption of the open licence.

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