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2001 Census
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006


 A Canadian Snapshot: Population

Fall of the Canadian farm
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Census of agriculture shows 11% decline in number of operations in five years
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May 15 | FULL STORY arrow
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Falling fertility rates means fewer workers
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Immigration will become one of the most crucial issues of the century for countries such as Canada that have declining birth rates, according to the demography guru at the United Nations.
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Canada is 30 million, but will that last?
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Census shows population growth slowing, and some fear a decline within a decade
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The Boomtown: Fort McMurray, Alta.
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The Shrinking Town: Trepassey, Nfld.
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Urban centres blossom
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Can Canada's border cities accomodate their growth?
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March 13 | FULL STORY arrow
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Life on the edge a satisfying affair
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Now we are 30,007,094
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Canadian census data for 2001 indicate one of slowest growth rates, up only 4 per cent
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Atlantic: Newfoundland plunges; PEI edges up
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Quebec: Lags behind national growth rate
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Ontario: Population up more than 656,000
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The West: Alberta growing fastest
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B.C.: Growth above average but slowing
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COMMENT
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It's hard to find a cheap datum
The huge cost spread between Canadian and U.S. census data is hampering business here, argues DAVID AKIN.
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April 3
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Look, there are enough of us
Panic and a misunderstanding of past practice are guiding our population policy, says former immigration director JAMES BISSETT
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April 2
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What's your vote worth?
The fastest-growing provinces are increasingly underrepresented in Parliament, says political scientist JOHN COURTNEY. This won't be easy to fix
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March 14
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Building stairways to heaven
Vancouver has the third-highest urban density in North America, writes PAUL SULLIVAN. As developers fight over the dwindling space, there's nowhere to go but up
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March 13
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City Dwellers 'R' Us
Today's new census data prove Canada is more urbanized than ever. Let's get serious about that and fix our crumbling cities, urges urban affairs reporter JENNIFER LEWINGTON
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March 12
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BACKGROUNDER
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2001 census data ready for release
Population count conducted last May 15 to have wide-ranging implications
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March 12
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THE REPORTS
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Here are the (planned) release dates for Statistic's Canada's 2001 census reports:

March 12: Population
July 16: Age and sex
Oct. 22: Marital and common-law status; families; dwellings and households
Dec. 10: Languages; mobility and migration
Jan. 21, 2003: Citizenship; immigration; birthplaces of parents; ethnic origins; visible minorities; aboriginal peoples
Feb. 11, 2003: Labour-force activities; classes of workers; occupations; industries; places of work; modes of transportation; languages of work, unpaid work
March 11, 2003: School attendance; education; fields of study; highest levels of schooling; earnings
May 13, 2003: Religions; incomes and social and economic characteristics of individuals, families, households; shelter costs



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Statistics Canada
2001 Census links

•  A profile of the Canadian population - main page 
•  Public consultation 
•  Content of the questionnaires 
•  The 2001 Census questionnaire (PDF) 
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