1 edition of Prairie Provinces : families by marital status showing size and composition = found in the catalog.
Prairie Provinces : families by marital status showing size and composition =
|Series||[DBS publications -- 98-1946M-1]|
|Contributions||Census of Prairie Provinces, 1946, Canada. Bureau of Statistics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. --|
|Number of Pages||35|
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In the census office became a permanent part of the government. Also in that year, Alberta and Saskatchewan became provinces. Inthe three prairie provinces began to take a separate census of agriculture every five years to monitor the growth of the West. This was necessary due to the rapid expansion in Western : Amy McLay Paterson.
The census, held two years after Newfoundland became part of Canada, marked Canada's first census as a nation of ten provinces and two territories. The content of the population and household questionnaire covered name, sex, age, marital status, relationship to "head" of household, and the structural type and tenure of dwelling.
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% from the Prairie provinces. Household income ranged from less than $5, to over $, with a mean of between $50–60, % of participants experienced unem. Kaplan and Kronick  study the relation between marital status and survival and Manfredini et al.
 is a more focused investigation into the association of marital status and disruption with. Full text of "Canadian households and families: recent demographic trends." See other formats. A growing population. The Aboriginal population increased bypeople, or % between andFootnote 5 compared with % for the non-Aboriginal population (see Box 2: Comparability of data on Aboriginal people over time).
Between andthe number of First Nations people increased by %, orpersons, Inuit increased by. After relative stability between andwith proportions ranging between % and %, the Prairie provinces, more specifically Manitoba and Saskatchewan, posted an increase of more than 3 percentage points in the proportion of French FOLS immigrants between andfrom % to % in Manitoba and from % to % in.
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Full text of "Census of prairie provinces. Population and agriculture. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. " See other formats. The average size of foreign-born households ( persons) was larger than that of native households ( persons).
One reason for this difference is that a higher proportion of foreign-born family households (62%) than native-born family households (47%). Four provinces reported increases in March, led by British Columbia with an increase of % (+$ million).
Meanwhile, all provinces east of Manitoba reported declines. The largest decrease was in Ontario, down % (-$43 million) due to lower construction intentions in the residential sector. Quebec drives movement in non-residential permits.
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Adult education and training. Although adult education and training is now seen to be an important component of education. The Atlantic provinces experienced more increase than the Prairie provinces. Some increases (in Newfoundland, for example) resulted from longer terms of probation.
The highest rates of probation counts adults charged were in the Yukon, followed by Ontario. and P.E.I.; the lowest rates were in the N.W.T., Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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