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ESTIMATES OF POPULATION FOR CANADA AND THE
PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1983
ESTIMATIONS DC LA POPULATION DU CANADA ET DES
PROVINCES, ler JUIN 1983
LAST ISSUE
DERNIERE EDITION
Annual Elements of Population Growth, Canada, 1955-56 to 1982-83
Elements annuels de l'accroissement demographique, Canada, 1955-56 a 1982-83
Volume — Effectif
(in '000s) — (en milliers)
Volume — Effectifs
(in '000s) — (en milliers)
600 -
- 600
Total increase
Accroissement total
500 -
500
Births
Net migration(1)
Naissances
Migration
nette(1)
400 -
400
300-
300
Natural increase
Accroissement naturel
200-
200
Deaths
100
Deces
-
0
1955-56
I
I
I
1960-61
I
100
T
1965-66
1970-71
Year (June 1—May 31)
I
I
1
I
1975-76
I
I
I
I
0
1980-81
Armee (ler juin-31 mai)
(1) An indirect estimate obtained by subtracting the natural increase from the total increase in the population.
(1) Estimee indirectement en soustrayant l'accroissement naturel de l'accroissement total de la population.
Sources: Statistics Canada, vital statistics and table 5.
Statistique Canada, statistique de l'etat civil, et depres le tableau 5.
Population Estimates Section
Demography Division
November 1983
— — 8-1300-506
Section des estimations demographigues
Division de la demographie
Novembre 1983
8-1300-506
Published under the authority of the Minister of Supply and Services Canada
Statistics Canada should be credited when reproducing or quoting any part of this document
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INTRODUCTION
Each year Statistics Canada uses results from the
last census to produce its published postcensal estimates of the total population as of June 1. After each
census, the postcensal estimates are revised so as to
provide intercensal estimates (formerly called "revised estimates") compatible with the data obtained in
the two censuses which pertain to the intercensal
period.
Cheque armee, Statistique Canada publie des estimations
postcensitaires de la population totale au ler juin, calculees
partir des resultats du dernier recensement. Apres chaque
recensement, ces estimations sont revisees afin d'obtenir des
estimations intercensitaires (anciennement "estimations revisees") compatibles avec les resultats des deux recensements
encadrant la periods consideree.
This publication(1) contains postcensal estimates
of the population as of June 1, 1982 and 1983. It also
includes June 1 final intercensal estimates for 18671981.
Cette publication(1) presente les estimations postcensitaires de la population au 1er juin 1982 et 1983. Les estimations intercensitaires finales au ler juin de la periode 18671981 sont egalement reproduites ici.
It should be noted that the June 1, 1977 to 1981
estimates shown in Table 8 supersede those which were
previously published in Catalogue No. 91-201, in
January 1982. Beginning with June 1, 1977, more than
one series of postcensal estimates were published:
preliminary postcensal
estimates, updated postcensal
estimates and final postcensal estimates.
Moreover,
the final postcensal estimates were revised in light
of the results of the 1981 Census. Since June 1, 1982,
however, only two series of postcensal estimates are
published: the preliminary and the final. These final
postcensal estimates will in turn be revised with the
1986 Census results.
II faut noter que les estimations au ler juin 1977 A 1981
figurant au tableau 8 remplacent celles publiees en janvier
1982, n° 91-201 au catalogue. Pour Is periode 1977-81, on
disposait de trois series d'estimations postcensitaires: les
estimations postcensitaires provisoires, les mimes N jour et
la lumiAre
les definitions. Ces dernieres ont ete revisees
du recensement de 1981, et ont servi
etablir les estimations
intercensitaires. Depuis 1982, il n'y a plus que deux series
d'estimations postcensitaires: les provisoires et les definitives. Toutefois les estimations postcensitaires definitives
de 1982 S 1986 seront revisees A is lumiere du recensement de
1986.
METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES
MrTHODOLOGIE ET SOURCES DES CONNEES
Intercensal Estimates of the Population as of June 1,
1867-1981
Estimations
1867-1981
Information on the methodology and the sources used
before 1977 are given in the previous publications
(Catalogue Nos. 91-512 and 91-201) November 1977.
Des indications sur la methodologie et les sources utilisees avant 1977 sont donnees dans les publications anterieures
(nos 91-512 et 91-201 au catalogue) novembre 1977.
Postcensal Estimates of the Population as of June 1,
1982 and 1983
Estimations postcensitaires de la population au 1er juin 1982
et 1983
These estimates, which are obtained by the component method, are generated by using the 1981 Census
counts as the base population. However, the June 1,
1983 estimates are based on the June 1, 1982 published
estimates. Other sources, enumerated in Table 4,
provide additional information on the components of
population change.
Ces estimations obtenues par la methode des composantes ont
comme point de depart les resultats du recensement de 1981.
L'estimation du 1er juin 1983, cependant, est lies& sur l'estimation postcensitaire provisoire du ler juin 1982. Les elements du calcul proviennent de diverses sources enumerees au
tableau 4.
HIGHLIGHTS
FAITS SAILLANTS
According to preliminary postcensal estimates,
Canada's population was 24,889,800 on June 1, 1983.
The total increase for the 1982-83 census year was
255,600, or 10.3 per 1,000 population, compared to
292,500 (11.9 per 1,000) for the year ending May 31,
1982. Thus, population growth slowed down in 1982-83,
due mainly to a decline in immigration, which fell to
105,000 - a drop of 30,000. The live birth rate declined from 15.1 per 1,000 in 1981-82 to 14.8 per 1,000
in 1982-83. The crude death rate remained constant at
7.0 per 1,000 over these two years.
Selon l'estimation postcensitaire provisoire, la population
du Canada au ler juin 1983 est de 24,889,800. L'accroissement
total pour Tonnes censitaire 1982-83 atteint 255,600, soit
10.3 pour 1,000 personnes. Au cours de l'annee as terminant is
31 mai 1982, il s'etait etabli A 292,500, ou 11.9 pour 1,000.
On note done un ralentissement de is croissance en 1982-83,
attribuable principalement A l'immigration qui, suite A une
baisse de 30,000, a atteint le niveau de 105,000. Le taux brut
de natalite est passé de 15.1 pour 1,000 en 1981-82 A 14.8
pour 1,000 en 1982-83, tandis que le taux brut de mortalite
est rests constant 6 7.0 pour 1,000 pour les deux annees.
(1) This publication is discontinued. For future
years, the estimates will be contained in Postcensal Annual Estimates of Population by Marital
Status, Age, Sex and Components of Growth for
Canada and the Provinces, Catalogue No. 91-210
Note: Please note that the population counts from the
June 3, 1981 Census of Canada have been adjusted
to June 1st and published in the Statistics
Canada Daily - June 25, 1982.
(1) Cette publication est discontinues. Les estimations des
annees A venir paraltront dans is publication Estimations
postcensitaires annuelles de la population suivant l'etat
matrimonial, 1'Age, le sexe et composantes de l'accroissement, Canada et provinces, 0 91-210 au catalogue.
Nota: Veuillez noter que les chiffres de population du recensement du Canada au 3 juin 1981 ont ete ajustes au
1er juin et publies dans Is Quotidien de Statistique
Canada du 25 juin 1982.
intercensitaires de la population au 1er juin
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ESTIMATES OF POPULATION FOR CANADA AND THE
PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1983
ESTIMATIONS DE LA POPULATION DU CANADA ET DES
PROVINCES, ter JUIN 1983
LAST ISSUE
DERNIERE EDITION
Annual Elements of Population Growth, Canada, 1955-56 to 1982-83
Elements annuels de l'accroissement demographique, Canada, 1955-56 a 1982-83
Volume — Effectif
(in 'OOOs) — (en milliers)
Volume — Effectifs
(in 'OOOs) — (en milliers)
600 -
-
600
-
500
Total increase
Accroissement total
500 Births
Net migration(i)
Naissances
Migration
nette(i)
400 -
300 -
- 400
- 300
Natural increase
Accroissement naturel
200 -
- 200
Deaths
100 -
Deces
0
1955-56
I
1960-61
t
1965-66
- 100
0
1970-71
Year (June 1—May 31)
1975-76
1980-81
Armee (ter juin-31 mai)
(1) An indirect estimate obtained by subtracting the natural increase from the total increase in the population.
(1) Estimee indirectement en soustrayant l'accroissement naturel de l'accroissement total de la population.
Sources: Statistics Canada, vital statistics and table 5.
Statistique Canada, statistique de retat civil, at d'apres le tableau 5.
Population Estimates Section
Demography Division
Section des estimations demographigues
Division de is demographie
November 1983
8-1300-506
Novembre 1983
8-1300-506
'ublished under the authority of the Minister of Supply and Services Canada
Statistics Canada should be credited when reproducing or quoting any part of this document
Publication autorisee par le ministre des Approvisionnements et Services Canada
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-2-
INTRODUCTION
Each year Statistics Canada uses results from the
last census to produce its published postcensal estimates of the total population as of June 1. After each
census, the postcensal estimates are revised so as to
provide intercensal estimates (formerly called "revised estimates") compatible with the data obtained in
the two censuses which pertain to the intercensal
period.
Chaque armee, Statistique Canada publie des estimations
postcensitaires de la population totale au 1er juin, calculees
A partir des resultats du dernier recensement. Apres chaque
recensement, ces estimations sont revisees afin d'obtenir des
estimations intercensitaires (anciennement "estimations revisees") compatibles avec les resultats des deux recensements
encadrant la periods consideree.
This publication(1) contains postcensal estimates
of the population as of June 1, 1982 and 1983. It also
includes June 1 final intercensal estimates for 18671981.
Cette publication(1) presente les estimations postcensitaires de la population au 1er juin 1982 et 1983. Les estimations intercensitaires finales au ler juin de is periode 18671981 sont egalement reproduites ici.
It should be noted that the June 1, 1977 to 1981
estimates shown in Table 8 supersede those which were
previously published in Catalogue No. 91-201, in
January 1982. Beginning with June 1, 1977, more than
one series of postcensal estimates were published:
preliminary postcensal estimates, updated postcensal
estimates and final postcensal estimates. Moreover,
the final postcensal estimates were revised in light
of the results of the 1981 Census. Since June 1, 1982,
however, only two series of postcensal estimates are
published: the preliminary and the final. These final
postcensal estimates will in turn be revised with the
1986 Census results.
faut noter que les estimations au 1er juin 1977 A 1981
figurant au tableau 8 remplacent celles publiees en janvier
1982, n° 91-201 au catalogue. Pour la periode 1977-81, on
disposait de trois series d'estimations postcensitaires: les
estimations postcensitaires provisoires, les mises jour et
les definitions. Ces dernieres ont ete revisees A la lumiere
du recensement de 1981, et ont servi A etablir les estimations
intercensitaires. Depuis 1982, it n'y a plus que deux series
d'estimations postcensitaires: les provisoires et les definitives. Toutefois les estimations postcensitaires definitives
de 1982 A 1986 seront revisees A la lumibre du recensement de
1986.
METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES
METHODOLOGIE ET SOURCES DES DONNEES
Intercensal Estimates of the Population as of June 1,
1867-1981
Estimations intercensitaires de la population au ler juin
1867-1981
Information on the methodology and the sources used
before 1977 are given in the previous publications
(Catalogue Nos. 91-512 and 91-201) November 1977.
Des indications sur la methodologie et les sources utilisees avant 1977 sont donnees dans les publications anterieures
(nos 91-512 et 91-201 au catalogue) novembre 1977.
Postcensal Estimates of the Population as of June 1,
1982 and 1983
Estimations postcensitaires de la population au ler juin 1982
et 1983
These estimates, which are obtained by the component method, are generated by using the 1981 Census
counts as the base population. However, the June 1,
1983 estimates are based on the June 1, 1982 published
estimates. Other sources, enumerated in Table 4,
provide additional information on the components of
population change.
Ces estimations obtenues par la methode des composantes ont
comme point de depart les resultats du recensement de 1981.
L'estimation du 1er juin 1983, cependant, est basde sur l'estimation postcensitaire provisoire du ler juin 1982. Les elements du calcul proviennent de diverses sources enumerees au
tableau 4.
HIGHLIGHTS
FAITS SAILLANTS
According to preliminary postcensal estimates,
Canada's population was 24,889,800 on June 1, 1983.
The total increase for the 1982-83 census year was
255,600, or 10.3 per 1,000 population, compared to
292,500 (11.9 per 1,000) for the year ending May 31,
1982. Thus, population growth slowed down in 1982-83,
due mainly to a decline in immigration, which fell to
105,000 - a drop of 30,000. The live birth rate declined from 15.1 per 1,000 in 1981-82 to 14.8 per 1,000
in 1982-83. The crude death rate remained constant at
7.0 per 1,000 over these two years.
Selon l'estimation postcensitaire provisoire, la population
du Canada au 1er juin 1983 est de 24,889,800. L'accroissement
total pour l'annee censitaire 1982-83 atteint 255,600, soit
10.3 pour 1,000 personnes. Au cours de l'annee se terminant le
31 mai 1982, it s'etait etabli A 292,500, ou 11.9 pour 1,000.
On note donc un ralentissement de la croissance en 1982-83,
attribuable principalement A l'immigration qui, suite A une
baisse de 30,000, a atteint le niveau de 105,000. Le taux brut
de natalite est passé de 15.1 pour 1,000 en 1981-82 A 14.8
pour 1,000 en 1982-83, tandis que le taux brut de mortalite
est rests constant A 7.0 pour 1,000 pour les deux annees.
(1) This publication is discontinued. For future
years, the estimates will be contained in Postcensal Annual Estimates of Population by Marital
Status, Age, Sex and Components of Growth for
Canada and the Provinces, Catalogue No. 91-210
Note: Please note that the population counts from the
June 3, 1981 Census of Canada have been adjusted
to June 1st and published in the Statistics
Canada Daily - June 25, 1982.
(1) Cette publication est discontinuee. Les estimations des
annees A venir paraltront dans la publication Estimations
postcensitaires annuelles de la population suivant Past
matrimonial, l'Age, le sexe et composantes de l'accroissement, Canada et provinces, no 91-210 au catalogue.
Note: Veuillez noter que les chiffres de population du recensement du Canada au 3 juin 1981 ont ete ajustes au
ler juin et publies dans le Quotidien de Statistique
Canada du 25 juin 1982.
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In-migrants - Entrants
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1978-79
7,898
7,878
Manitoba
3,176
3,692
Saskatchewan
3,544
3,816
7,661
7,334
Yukon
251
152
Northwest Territories Territoires du Nord-Ouest
648
563
27,346
31,467
Ontario
1979-80
Alberta
British Columbia Colombie-Britannique
Total In-migrants to Alberta Total des entrants en Alberta
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Provinces
Provinces
Provincial rates of total population growth have
changed considerably over the past two years, primarily because of changes in the migratory patterns of
Canadians. The following discussion will focus on net
interprovincial migration, which is a predominant
factor in total increase since both natural increase
and. net international migration gains (particularly
the former) have been practically constant over this
period.
Principalement h cause du changement du comportement
migratoire des Canadiens, les taux d'accroissement total des
provinces ont considerablement change au cours des deux
dernieres annees. Ici, nous nous attarderons principalement b
la migration interprovinciale nette car de cette variable
depend directement l'accroissement total, l'accroissement
migratoire international, at surtout l'accroissement natural,
etant presque constants.
Interprovincial migration
Migration interprovinciale
In 1981-82, Alberta and British Columbia were the
only provinces to record a positive net interprovincial migration rate; one year later, however, all
provinces except Quebec and Alberta did so. The rates
for 1981-82 varied from -10.0 per 1,000 (Newfoundland) to 15.8 per 1,000 (Alberta). The range for
1982-83 was smaller; from -3.5 per 1,000 (Quebec) to
3.5 per 1,000 (New Brunswick). In fact, in 1982-83,
several provinces recorded positive rates after posting rather negative rates in recent years. Alberta,
the biggest gainer in 1981-82, could be the biggest
loser in 1983-84.
En 1981-82, seules les provinces de l'Alberta at de la
Colombia-Britannique enregistraient un taux de migration
interprovinciale nette positif. En 1982-83, toutes les provinces, sauf le Quebec et l'Alberta, ont un taux positif. En
1981-82, les taux variaient de -10.0 pour 1,000 h Terre-Neuve
A 15.8 pour 1,000 en Alberta. En 1982-83, les taux sont moins
stales; ils variant de -3.5 pour 1,000 au Quebec A 3.5 pour
1,000 au Nouveau-Brunswick. Les changements sont tels qua bien
des provinces ayant des taux fortement negatifs au cours des
dernihres annees se retrouvent en 1982-83 parmi les provinces
avec un des taux les plus positifs. L'Alberta, qui Raft la
province enregistrant le gain le plus important en 1981-82
pourrait etre calla connaissant la plus importante perte en
1983-84.
Table 1, comparing the various interprovincial
migration flows over the past two census years, indicates that the number of children changing province
of residence fell 18% between 1981-82 and 1982-83
(from some 116,000 to 96,000). This decline affected
all provinces. In-migration was down 10% in every
province except Alberta and British Columbia, where
it fell about 30%. Out-migration declined about 25%
in every province except Quebec, where it dropped
less than 10%, and Alberta, where it remained unchanged. Thus, the net migration increase in most of the
provinces is due primarily to a drop in out-migration
rather than any rise in in-migration.
Le tableau 1, qui permet de comparer les differents mouvements de la migration interprovinciale au cours des deux dernieres annees censitaires, nous indique d'abord qua is nombre
d'enfants migrant interprovincialement a diminue de 18% passant de quelque 116,800 en 1981-82 b 96,000 en 1982-83. Cette
diminution touche toutes les provinces. En ce qui concerns les
entrants, la baisse atteint 10% dans chaque province, sauf an
Alberta at en Colombie-Britannique, oil elle est de l'ordre de
30%. Chez les sortants, la baisse as situe aux environs de
25%, sauf au Quebec, o6 elle est inferieure h 10%, at en
Alberta, ou elle est nulle. L'augmentation du solde migratoire
dans is plupart des provinces est dons due principalement
une baisse des sorties at non b une augmentation des entrees.
Specific changes in Alberta over the past 12
months warrant careful consideration. Table 2 shows
the exchanges between Alberta and the other provinces
since 1977-78. Out-migration from Alberta to provinces eastward (from Manitoba to Newfoundland) has increased steadily, but the outflow to British Columbia
has diminished considerably since 1980-81. This decline has offset Alberta's increased out-migration to
other provinces. In-migration was on the rise up to
1980-81, fell slightly in 1981-82 and plunged in
1982-83; the influx from provinces east of Alberta
declined 50%. In-migration from British Columbia has
remained relatively stable over the past six years.
Les changements particuliers survenus depuis les 12 derniers mois an Alberta meritent qua Ion s'y attarde. Le tableau 2 donne les echanges entre l'Alberta at les autres provinces depuis 1977-78. Les sortants de l'Alberta en direction
des provinces h Pest de celle-ci, de Terre-Neuve au Manitoba
specifiquement, ont constamment augments, alors que ceux vers
la Colombie-Britannique ont fortement diminue depuis 1980-81,
cette derniere diminution compensant l'augmentation des sorties vers les autres provinces. Les entrants, quant b eux, ont
vu leur effectif crottre jusqu'en 1980-81, pour diminuer legerement l'annee suivante, at radicalement an 1982-83. Cette diminution est de l'ordre de 50% pour les migrants qui viennent
dune province b Pest de l'Alberta. Les mouvements en provenance de la Colombie-Britannique sont demeures relativement
stables au cours des six dernieres annees.
The situation in the other provinces, although
closely related to that in Alberta, is also of
considerable interest. The situation in Quebec and
British Columbia has remained essentially unchanged,
with in-migration and out-migration declining in
roughly equal measure regardless of the province of
origin or destination.
La situation dans les autres provinces presente egalement
beaucoup d'interet, quoiqu'en grande partie lies 8 la situation qui prevaut an Alberta. Pour le Quebec at la ColombieBritannique, it n'y a qua peu ou pas de changements. Les
entrants at les sortants diminuant b peu pros d'egale fagon
quelque soit is province d'origine ou de destination.
For all the other provinces, the transition from a
situation of migration loss to one of migration gain
is closely related to the changes in their exchanges
with Alberta. Just how closely is shown in Table 3,
derived from Tables 1 and 2.
Pour toutes les autres provinces, on peut voir qua leur
passage d'une situation de perte migratoire h une situation de
gain migratoire est fortement lies aux changements survenus
dans leur 6change avec l'Alberta. Le tableau 3, tire des
tableaux 1 at 2, montre b quel point la relation est forte.
Provinces east of Alberta realized 88% of their
total migration gains in exchanges with Alberta. It
should be noted, once again, that these gains are due
more to a decline in in-migration to Alberta from
these provinces than to any rise in out-migration in
the opposite direction.
Ainsi, pour l'ensemble des provinces b Pest de l'Alberta,
la proportion totale'des gains realises aux depens de l'Alberta par rapport aux gains totaux represente 88%. Insistons sur
is fait qua ce gain est dO d'avantage A la diminution des
migrants qui vont de ces provinces vers l'Alberta qu'b l'augmentation des sortants de l'Alberta en direction de ces provinces.
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TABLE 1. Interprovincial Migration of Children Receiving Family Allowance,(1) 1981-82 and 1982-83
TABLEAU 1. Migration interprovinciale des enfants recevant l'allocation familiale(1), 1981-82 et
1982-83
In-Migrants - Entrants
Out-Migrants - Sortants
1981-82
1981-82
1982-83
Net Migrants - Solde
1982-83
1981-82
1982-83
Newfoundland - TerreNeuve
3,054
3,362
4,663
3,110
- 1,609
252
Prince Edward Island Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
1,226
1,035
1,328
905
102
130
Nova Scotia - NouvelleEcosse
6,249
5,645
6,513
5,179
-
264
466
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
5,132
4,839
5,802
4,093
-
670
746
Quebec
7,356
6,644
12,544
11,518
- 5,188
- 4,874
Ontario
26,471
24,844
28,688
20,902
- 2,217
3,942
Manitoba
7,847
6,801
8,519
6,541
Saskatchewan
7,795
7,013
7,700
Alberta
31,192
20,835
British Columbia Colombie-Britannique
18,549
Yukon
Northwest Territories Territoires du NordOuest
TOTAL
-
672
260
6,134
95
879
21,674
21,606
9,518
-
771
14,097
17,451
14,583
1,098
-
486(2)
731
445
675
947
56
-
502
1,165
1,012
1,210
1,054
45
116,767
96,572
116,767
96,572
42
(1) Since 1981-82 Income Tax and 1982-83 Family Allowances data are not exactly comparable,
interprovincial migration of children based on Family Allowances files were used for the 1981-82
and 1982-83 comparison.
(1) La comparaison est basee sur les donnees de migration interprovinciale des enfants tirees des
fichiers de l'allocation familiale, car les donnees de l'impot de 1981-82 et celles de l'allocation familiale de 1982-83 ne sont pas exactement comparables.
(2) Net interprovincial migration is negative for children in British Columbia in 1982-83, but is
positive for total population.
(2) Le solde migratoire des enfants en 1982-83 en Colombie-Britannique est negatif, mais le solde pour
la population totale est positif.
TABLE 2. In- and Out-Migration of Children, Alberta, by Province of Origin and Destination, 1977-78 to 1982-83(1)
TABLEAU 2. Enfants entrants et sortants, Alberta, par province d'origine et de destination, 1977-78 A 1982-83(1)
Province of origin
In-migrants - Entrants
Province d'origine
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
796
742
795
908
1,305
541
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
125
124
151
235
276
123
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
923
869
1,134
1,352
1,268
732
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
615
658
995
1,161
1,117
489
Quebec
2,345
1,795
2,179
2,323
2,421
1,776
Ontario
7,512
7,898
10,656
12,686
10,342
5,795
Manitoba
2,562
3,176
3,176
3,398
2,739
1,652
Saskatchewan
3,649
3,544
3,544
3,884
3,494
2,576
-
-
-
_
_
7,654
7,661
7,661
6,976
7,668
6,616
Yukon
175
251
251
167
111
191
Northwest Territories - Territoires du Nord-Ouest
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
620
648
648
483
451
344
Total In-migrants to Alberta - Total des entrants en
Alberta
26,976
27,346
27,346
33,573
31,192
20,835
Province of destination
Out-migrants - Sortants
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
Province de destination
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
243
246
370
398
467
675
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-gdouard
123
87
112
123
116
157
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
609
528
624
737
828
1,002
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
339
391
437
461
651
759
Quebec
517
530
683
791
873
1,211
Ontario
4,225
3,840
4,827
4,814
5,565
6,293
Manitoba
1,566
1,287
1,732
1,673
1,927
2,022
Saskatchewan
3,228
2,900
3,090
2,943
3,012
2,990
_
-
Alberta
-
British Columbia - Colomb ie-Britann ique
7,620
7,905
10,645
10,389
7,807
6,127
Yukon
128
152
183
143
96
99
Northwest Territories - Territoires du Nord-Ouest
384
321
361
328
332
271
18,982
18,187
23,064
22,800
21,674
21,606
.
.
Total Out-migrants from Alberta - Total des sortants de
['Alberta
(1) Data are extracted from Family Allowances file M0013.
(1) Donnees tirees du fichier M0013 de ['allocation familiale.
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TABLE 3. Comparison of Net Interprovincial Migration of Children and Gain Over Alberta, Selected
Provinces, 1981-82 and 1982-83
TABLEAU 3. Comparaison des soldes migratoires interprovinciaux des enfants et gains aux &pens de
l'Alberta, pour quelques provinces, 1981-82 et 1982-83
Net
1982-83
minus
Net
1981-82
Gain over
Alberta
Gain due
to Alberta
Solde
1982-83
moins
solde
1981-82
Gain sur
l'Alberta
Gain 61
a l'Alberta
1
2
2/1
Province
1,861
972
52
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
232
194
84
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
730
710
97
1,416
736
52
314
983
313
6,159
5,275
86
Manitoba
932
1,182
127
Saskatchewan
784
896
114
12,428
10,948
88
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
TOTAL
Source: Family Allowances file M0013.
Source: Fichier M0013 de l'allocation familiale.
- 7International migration
Migration internationale
Changes in international migration, while smaller,
are worthy of mention. Immigration to Canada fell
22%, from some 134,900 to 105,200. At the provincial
level, immigration to Quebec and Ontario fell 18% and
19% respectively; to Alberta and British Columbia,
30% and 28% respectively. Immigration to the other
provinces fell an average of 18% per province between
1981-82 and 1982-83.
Les variations au niveau de la migration internationale
sont mains importantes, mais neanmoins dignes de mention.
L'immigration, au Canada, est pass& de quelque 134,900 A
105,200, pour une baisse de 22%. Au niveau des provinces, le
Quebec et l'Ontario ont vu leur effectif d'immigrants diminuer
de 18 et 19%; l'Alberta et la Colombie-Britannique ont perdu
respectivement 30 at 28% d'immigrants. Les autres provinces
ant perdu en moyenne 18% de leur effectif total d'immigrants
de 1981-82 A 1982-83.
Nationally, the number of emigrants rose 5% (from
42,300 to 44,400) over this period. A few variations
are apparent at the provincial level, but these
figures are preliminary and subject to change.
L'effectif des emigrants, quant h lui, a cr0 de 5%, passant
de 42,300 a 44,400 au niveau du Canada pour la meme periode.
On note quelques variations au niveau des provinces, mais les
chiffres etant provisoires, ces donnees sont sujettes
changement.
QUALITY OF ESTIMATES
QUALITE DES ESTIMATIONS
The postcensal estimates contained in this publication have a certain margin of inaccuracy deriving
both from_the margin of error for 1981 Census data,
which are used as the basis for the present postcensal estimates, and from errors due to the methods
of estimating the components.
Les estimations postcensitaires contenues dans la presente
publication sont entachees d'une certaine marge d'imprecision
qui provient N la fois des merges d'erreur des donndes du
recensement de 1981, population de depart des presentee estimations postcensitaires et des erreurs dues aux methodologies
d'estimation des composantes.
Among the errors which may originate with census
data are coverage and imputation errors. Coverage
errors are caused primarily by undercoverage, since
overcoverage is so rare as to be considered negligible. For Canada as a whole, the overall undercoverage
rate for the 1981 Census was 2.01%. The rate varies
from one province to another, as shown in Table 6.
Parmi les erreurs imputables aux donnees du recensement, on
retrouve les erreurs de couverture et les erreurs d'imputation. Les erreurs de couverture sont principalement causees
par le sous-denombrement. Le surdenombrement etant assez rare,
it est considers comme negligeable. Au niveau du Canada, le
taux global de sous-denombrement lors du recensement de 1981
se situe a 2.01%. L'importance du taux varie d'une province a
l'autre tel qu'indique au tableau 6.
Unfortunately, little accurate information is
available on the magnitude of error resulting from
estimates of the components of population change.
However, on the basis of the quality of the data
sources, the components can be divided into two categories: the first consists of births, deaths and
immigration,(2) for which the sources can be considered nearly perfect where final data is used, and the
second is international emigration and interprovincial migration, for which the method used to estimate
the number of emigrants and interprovincial migrants
of all ages may increase the risk of error. For
1981-86, new methodologies were developed. Those
methods were tested and used for the 1976-81 period.
Results are shown in Table 7.
Malheureusement on dispose de peu d'information precise sur
l'importance de l'erreur provenant de l'estimation des composantes du mouvement de Is population. Cependant, sur la base
de la qualite de leurs sources de donnees, les composantes
peuvent etre divisees en deux categories: les naissances, les
aces at l'immigration(2) pour lesquelles les sources peuvent
etre considerees comme presque parfaites lorsqu'il s'agit de
donnees finales et enfin, l'emigration internationale et la
migration interprovinciale, pour lesquelles les methodologies
utilisees pour estimer les effectifs d'emigrants et de migrants interprovinciaux tow Ages peuvent accroitre les risques d'erreur. Pour la periode 1981-86, de nouvelles methodes
pour estimer l'emigration et la migration interprovinciale
sont utilisees. Ces methodes ont ate testees pour la periode
1976-81. Le tableau 7 fournit les erreurs en fin de periode
obtenues en 1981 suite a l'application de ces nouvelles methodes.
Inaccuracies in intercensal estimates originate
with errors due to the methodologies used to estimate
the components described above, the distribution of
the error of closure and the margin of error in data
for the censuses at the beginning and end of the intercensal period, which means primarily the differential undercoverage from one census to the next.
Dans le cas des estimations intercensitaires, l'imprecision
provient des erreurs dues aux methodologies utilisees pour
l'estimation des composantes decrites ci-dessus, de la ropertitian de l'erreur en fin de periode ainsi qua des merges
d'erreur des donnees des deux recensements encadrant une
periode intercensitaire, soit principalement le sous-denombrement differential d'un recensement A l'autre.
A FEW DEFINITIONS
QUELQUES DEFINITIONS
Population. "Estimated population" and "population
Population. La population estimee repond A is meme definition
according to the census" are both defined as being
"the total number of persons whose usual place of
residence...was somewhere in Canada, including
Canadian government employees stationed abroad and
their families, members of the Canadian Armed Forces
stationed abroad and their families, and crews of
Canadian merchant vessels. Not included are government representatives of other countries and their
families, attached to the legation, embassy, or other
diplomatic body of that country, members of the Armed
Forces of other countries stationed in Canada and
members of their families who are not citizens of
que celle denombree lors du recensement. II s'agit donc du
"nombre total de personnes dont le lieu de residence habituelle...etait quelque part au Canada, y compris les employes
du gouvernement canadien pastes A l'etranger et leur famille,
les membres des Forces armees canadiennes stationnes
l'etranger et leur famille at les equipages des navires marchands canadiens. Ne sont pas compris les representants officiels des autres pays et leur famille, attaches A is legation,
l'ambassade ou A un autre organisme diplomatique de ces
pays, les membres de Forces armees etrangeres stationnes au
Canada et les membres de leur famille qui ne sont pas citoyens
du Canada, les etudiants qui freguentent l'ecole au Canada
(2) This refers only to Canada's data on legal immigration, which excludes illegal immigrants and
all former residents returning to the country
after absences of 12 months or more.
(2) II ne s'agit que de l'immigration legale. De plus sont
exclus tons les anciens residents canadiens revenant au
pays eves un sejour de 12 mois et plus a l'etranger.
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Canada, students attending school in Canada whose
usual residence is outside Canada, and residents of
another country visiting in Canada temporarily"
(Dictionary of the 1971 Census Terms, Catalogue No.
12-540, page 28).
mais dont la residence habituelle est en dehors du Canada at
les residents d'autres pays en visite temporaire au Canada"
(Dictionnaire des termes du recensement de 1971, n° 12-540 au
catalogue, page 22).
Postcensal estimate. Population estimate produced by
using data from the most recent census and estimates
of the components of demographic change since that
last census date.
Estimation postcensitaire. Estimation de l'effectif de is
population obtenue en utilisant les resultats du dernier
recensement disponible et l'estimation des composantes du
changement demographique survenu depuis la date de ce dernier
recensement.
Intercensal estimate. Population estimate derived by
using data from the censuses preceding and following
the year in question.
Estimation intercensitaire. Estimation de l'effectif de is
population, obtenue en tenant compte des resultats des deux
recensements encadrant l'annee consideree.
Error of closure. Difference between the population
according to a census and the postcensal estimate for
the same date.
Erreur en fin de periode intercensitaire. Difference entre is
population donnee par un recensement at l'estimation postcensitaire b la date du recensement.
Interprovincial migration. Movements from one province to another involving a change in residence. A
person who takes up residence in another province is
an out-migrant with reference to his province of
origin and an in-migrant with reference to his province of destination.
Migration interprovinciale. Ensemble des deplacements, d'une
province vers une autre, accompagnes d'un changement de residence. Un individu qui effectue un tel deplacement sera un
sortant pour sa province d'origine et un entrant pour sa province de destination.
International migration. Movement of population between Canada and a foreign country which involves a
change in residence. A distinction is made between
immigrants from other countries who settle in Canada
and emigrants who leave Canada.
Migration internationale. Ensemble des deplacements entre le
Canada at l'etranger accompagnes d'un changement de residence. On distingue b cat egard les immigrants, qui viennent
s'etablir au Canada et les emigrants, qui quittent le Canada.
Natural increase. Excess of births over deaths.
Accroissement naturel.
Total net migration. Sum of the net interprovincial
migration and the net international migration.
Migration nette totale. Somme de la migration nette interprovinciale at de la migration nette internationale.
Excedent des naissances sur les decbs.
TABLE 4. Sources and Types of Data Used to Generate the Population Estimate as of June 1, 1983
TABLEAU 4. Sources et types de donnees utilisAes pour la production de l'eatimation de is population au ter juin 1983
Type of data
Remarks
Source
Component and period
Composante et periode
Type de donnees
Comments ires
Preliminary
Final
Provisoires
Definitives
Base - 1981 Census - Point de
depart - Recensement 1981
Statistics Canada Daily March 30, 1982 Quotidien du 30 mars 1982 Statistique
Canada.
The June 3 1981 Census figures were adjusted
to June 1, 1981. (See Statistics Canada
Daily June 25, 1982). - Les donnees du recensement du 3 juin 1981 ont eta ajustAes
au ler juin 1981, (voir le Quotidian de
Statistique Canada du 25 juin 1982).
Births - Naissances:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-12-1981
Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 84-204,
annual - Statistique Canada, n° 84-204
au catalogue, annual.
1-1-1982 to - au 31-5-1983
Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 84-001,
Quarterly - Statistique Canada,
no 84-001 as catalogue, trimestriel.
Deaths - Decks:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-12-1981
Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 84-204,
annual - Statistique Canada, no 84-204.
au catalogue, annual.
1-1-1982 to - au 31-5-1983
Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 84-001,
Quarterly - Statistique Canada,
no 84-001 au catalogue, trimestriel.
Immigration:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-12-1981
1-1-1982 to - au 31-5-1983
Employment and Immigration Canada, Program Data Directorate, Immigration and
Demographic Policy, quarterly statistics - Emploi et Immigration Canada,
Directorat des donnees du programme,
Politique de l'immigration et de la
demographic, stat istiques trimestrielles.
Emigration:
Children 0-17 years - Enfants
0-17 ens:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-5-1983
Health and Welfare Canada, Planning and
Evaluation, Income Security Programs special monthly tables, file M0024 Sante et Bien-Btre social Canada, Evaluation et appreciation, Programmes de
la Security du revenu - tableaux mensuels speciaux, fichier M0024.
All children aged 0-17 not receiving family
allowance are excluded. - Sont exclus tous
les enfants Ages de 0-17 ens ne recevant
pas les allocations familiales.
Adults - Adultes:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-5-1983
Demography Division - Division de la
demographic.
Emigration for adults are estimated using
family allowances file M0024 and Revenue
Canada Income Tax files 1981-82. Since
data from January 1983 are not yet available, the estimates for the same quarter
of the previous year have been used. Les adultes emigrants sont estimes A partir des fichiers des allocations familiales M0024, at ceux de Revenu Canada
(ImpAt.) de 1981-82. Les donnees des allocations familiales A compter de janvier
1983 n'etant pas encore disponibles, on a
prix les donnees de l'annee precedente
pour le trimestre correspondent.
Interprovincial migration Migration interprovinciale:
1-6-1981 to - as 31-5-1982
Revenue Canada Income Tax files - Fichiers de Revenu Canada (ImpAt).
Distribution by Month - Repartition par mois:
1-6-1981 to - au 31-5-1982
Family Allowances file, M0024 - Fichier
des allocations familiales, M0024.
Children 0-17 years - Enfants
0-17 ans:
1-6-1982 to - as 31-5-1983
Health and Welfare Canada, Planning and
Evaluation, Income Security Programs special monthly tables, file M0013 Sante et Bien-Atre social Canada, Evaluation et appreciation, Programmes de
la Security du revenu - tableaux mensuels speciaux, fichier M0013.
All children aged 0-17 not receiving family
allowance are excluded. - Sont exclus tons
les enfants Ages de 0-17 ans ne recevant
pas les allocations familiales.
Adults - Adultes:
1-6-1982 to - au 31-5-1983
Demography Division - Division de la
demographic.
Adult migrants are estimated using family
allowances file M0013 and Fj,k factors
based on Revenue Canada Income Tax files,
1981-82. - Les adultes migrants sont estimes A partir du fichier des allocations
familiales M0013 et A l'aide des facteurs
Fj,k calcules salon les donnees des fichiers de Revenu Canada (ImpAt) de 198182.
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TABLE 5. Components of Annual Population Growth, Canada and Provinces, June-May 1981-82 and 1982-83
TABLEAU 5. elements de l'accroissement demographique annual, Canada et provinces, juin-mai 1981-82 et 1982-83
Total increase
Natural increase
Total net migration
Accroissement total
Accroissement naturel
Migration nette totale
Number
Rate
per 1,000
Number
Rate
per 1,000
Number
Rate
per 1,000
Effectifs
Taux
pour 1,000
Effectifs
Taux
pour 1,000
Effectifs
Taux
pour 1,000
Province
1981-82PP
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island Ile-du-Prince-rdouard
Nova Scotia - NouvelleEcosse
New Brunswick - NouveauBrunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories Territoires du Nord-Ouest
CANADA
1,500
2.7
7,000
12.4
-
5,500
-
9.7
300
2.0
1,000
8.1
-
700
-
6.0
4,800
5.7
5,600
6.6
-
800
-
0.9
2,700
44,200
91,100
9,000
11,200
79,700
3.9
6.8
10.5
8.7
11.5
35.0
5,500
50,800
59,500
7,700
9,700
29,400
7.9
7.9
6.9
7.5
9.9
12.9
-
2 800
6 600
31,600
1,200
1,500
50,400
-
4.0
1.0
3.6
1.2
1.5
22.1
45,900
600
16.6
25.0
21,700
400
7.8
18.0
24,200
200
8.8
7.0
1,400
31.0
1,000
21.4
400
9.6
292,500
11.9
199,400
8.1
93,200
3.8
8,700
15.1
7,000
12.1
1,700
3.0
1,300
10.2
1,000
7.8
300
2.9
7,000
8.2
4,800
5.6
2,200
2.6
7,600
39,200
100,100
11,900
13,300
33,000
10.8
6.0
11.4
11.5
13.5
14.1
5,100
49,000
59,700
8,300
9,400
28,400
7.3
7.5
6.8
8.0
9.5
12.2
33,800
- 1,500
12.1
- 64.5
20,700
400
7.4
18.4
13,200
- 1,900
4.7
- 82.9
1,200
25.2
900
19.8
300
5.4
255,600
10.3
194,800
7.9
60,800
2.5
1982-83PP
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - NouvelleCcosse
New Brunswick - NouveauBrunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories Territoires du Nord-Ouest
CANADA
PP preliminary postcensal figures.
PP nombres postcensitaires provisoires.
Note: Each figure has been rounded independently. Rates were calculated with unrounded data.
Nota: Chaque nombre a ete arrondi separement. Les faux sont calcules avec les donnees non arrondies.
-
2,500
9,900
40,400
3,600
3,900
4,600
-
3.5
1.5
4.6
3.5
4.0
2.0
TABLE 6. Estimated Population Undercoverage Rates, by Province, 1981 Census
TABLEAU 6. Estimation du taux de sous-denombrement de is population, selon la province, recensement de 1981
Estimated rate
Standard error
Taux estime
Erreur type
Province
per cent - pourcentage
0.45
0.54
0.34
0.30
0.21
0.14
0.35
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-tdouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
1.74(1)
1.17(1)
1.05(1)
1.81
1.91
1.94
0.98(1)
2.54
3.16
0.36
0.33
The 10 provinces - Les 10 provinces
2.01
0.09
0.37
'0.99(1)
(1) This estimate has a very large standard error in relation to its size.
(1) Par rapport A sa taille, l'estimation a une tres grande erreur type.
Source: 1981 Census of Canada, Data Quality - Total Population, Catalogue No. 99-904, Statistics Canada, forthcoming in March
1984.
Source: Recensement du Canada de 1981, Quante des donnees - Population totale, no 99-904 au catalogue, Statistique Canada,
paraltre en mars 1984.
TABLE 7. Comparison Between Census Population Counts and Updated Postcensal Estimates, Canada and Provinces, June 1, 1981
TABLEAU 7. Comparaison entre l'effectif recensg at l'estimation postcensitaire corrigge de la population, Canada at provinces,
ler juin 1981
Census(1) of
Canada June 3,
1981 adjusted
to June 1, 1981
Updated postcensal
estimates(2)
Recensement(1)
du 3 juin 1981
ajuste au 1er
juin, 1981
Estimations postcensitaires corrigees(2)
Province
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-rdouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories - Territoires du Nord-Ouest
CANADA
Deviation - Left
Number
Per cent
Nombre
Pourcentage
567,700
122,500
847,400
696,400
6,438,200
8,624,700
1,026,200
968,300
2,237,300
2,744,200
23,200
45,700
574,800
122,100
847,200
694,400
6,400,500
8,656,200
1,034,800
963,200
2,183,400
2,738,100
22,700
43,200
7,100
400
200
- 2,000
- 37,600
31,500
8,600
- 5,000
- 53,900
- 6,000
500
- 2,600
24,341,700
24,280,600
- 61,100
(1) Statistics Canada Daily, June 25, 1982.
(1) Le Quotidien de Statistique Canada du 25 juin 1982.
(2) Updated postcensal population estimates; using methodologies retained for 1981-86.
(2) Estimations postcensitaii. rorrigees de la population obtenues avec la methodologie retenue pour 1981-86.
-
1.25
0.31
0.03
0.28
0.58
0.37
0.83
0.52
2.41
0.22
2.11
5.60
- 0.25
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Tableau 8. Estimations annuelles de la population du Canada et des provinces, 1er juin, 1867
a
1983. (1)
(In thousands. - En milliers.)
Nfld.
Year - Annee
P.E.I.
I.P.E.
Canada
T.
-
N.
N.B.
-
Que.
-
N.-B.
Que.
88.0
90.0
91.0
92.0
94.0
96.0
98.0
99.0
101.0
102.0
103.0
104.0
105.0
107.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
109.0
364.0
369.0
374.0
381.0
388.0
394.0
400.0
406.0
411.0
415.0
420.0
425.0
430.0
435.0
441.0
442.0
443.0
445.0
446.0
446.0
446.0
447.0
448.0
449.0
271.0
274.0
277.0
282.0
286.0
290.0
294.0
298.0
301.0
304.0
307.0
310.0
313.0
317.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
321.0
123.0
137.0
154.0
171.0
191.0
208.0
227.0
246.0
260.0
275.0
289.0
304.0
322.0
341.0
360.0
372.0
386.0
401.0
414.0
424.0
436.0
449.0
462.0
475.0
1525.0
1545.0
1569.0
1594.0
1621.0
1651.0
1685.0
1718.0
1746.0
1774.0
1802.0
1829.0
1861.0
1894.0
1927.0
1946.0
1968.0
1988.0
2005.0
2020.0
2037.0
2057.0
2075.0
2093.0
15.0
17.0
20.0
22.0
25.0
29.0
33.0
37.0
41.0
44.0
47.0
50.0
54.0
58.0
62.0
71.0
80.0
90.0
99.0
108.0
117.0
126.0
135.0
144.0
Ont.
Man.
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
B74
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
889
890
3463.0
3511.0
3565.0
3625.0
3689.0
3754.0
3826.0
3895.0
3954.0
4009.0
4064.0
4120.0
4185.0
4255.0
4325.0
4375.0
4430.0
4487.0
4537.0
4580.0
4626.0
4678.0
4729.0
4779.0
-
891(C)
892
893
894
895
896
897
898
899
900
4833.0
4883.0
4931.0
4979.0
5026.0
5074.0
5122.0
5175.0
5235.0
5301.0
-
109.0
108.0
108.0
107.0
106.0
105.0
104.0
104.0
103.0
103.0
450.0
451.0
452.0
452.0
452.0
453.0
454.0
455.0
457.0
459.0
321.0
322.0
323.0
323.0
323.0
324.0
325.0
326.0
327.0
329.0
489.0
504.0
518.0
532.0
546.0
560.0
575.0
591.0
610.0
630.0
2114.0
2119.0
2122.0
2128.0
2133.0
2137.0
2142.0
2149.0
2159.0
2172.0
153.0
163.0
173.0
183.0
193.0
203.0
213.0
223.0
234.0
245.0
901(C)
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
5371.0
5494.0
5651.0
5827.0
6002.0
6097.0
6411.0
6625.0
6800.0
6988.0
-
103.0
101.0
100.0
99.0
99.0
96.0
96.0
95.0
94.0
94.0
460.0
459.0
460.0
463.0
464.0
465.0
475.0
480.0
483.0
486.0
331.0
331.0
331.0
333.0
333.0
334.0
341.0
345.0
346.0
348.0
649.0
670.0
709.0
752.0
771.0
784.0
853.0
902.0
931.0
965.0
2183.0
2194.0
2217.0
2246.0
2289.0
2299.0
2365.0
2412.0
2444.0
2482.0
255.0
275.0
296.0
318.0
344.0
366.0
395.0
413.0
427.0
441.0
911(C)
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
7207.0
7389.0
7632.0
7879.0
7981.0
8001.0
8060.0
8148.0
8311.0
8556.0
-
94.0
94.0
94.0
95.0
94.0
92.0
90.0
89.0
89.0
89.0
492.0
496.0
504.0
512.0
511.0
505.0
503.0
502.0
507.0
516.0
352.0
356.0
363.0
371.0
371.0
368.0
368.0
369.0
373.0
381.0
2006.0
2042.0
2096.0
2148.0
2162.0
2154.0
2169.0
2191.0
2234.0
2299.0
2527.0
2572.0
2639.0
2705.0
2724.0
2713.0
2724.0
2744.0
2789.0
2863.0
-
89.0
89.0
87.0
86.0
86.0
87.0
87.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
524.0
522.0
518.0
516.0
515.0
515.0
515.0
515.0
515.0
514.0
388.0
389.0
389.0
391.0
393.0
396.0
398.0
401.0
404.0
406.0
2361.0
2409.0
2446.0
2495.0
2549.0
2603.3
2657.0
2715.0
2772.0
2825.0
2934.0
2980.0
3013.0
3059.0
3111.0
3164.3
3219.0
3278.0
3334.0
3386.0
921(C)
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
(1)
(1)
8788.0 (2)
8919.0
9010.0
9143.0
9294.0
9451.0
9637.0
9835.0
10029.0
10208.0
.
N.S.
-
N.-E.
Sask.
Alta.
-
B.C.
-
Alb.
C.-B.
-
N.W.T.
-
Yukon
T.N.-0.
-
32.0
33.0
34.0
36.0
36.0
37.0
39.0
37.0
42.0
43.0
44.0
45.0
46.0
48.0
49.0
54.0
59.0
64.0
69.0
74.0
78.0
83.0
88.0
93.0
-
98.0
106.0
114.0
122.0
130.0
138.0
146.0
154.0
162.0
170.0
-
99.0
110.0
121.0
132.0
143.0
154.0
163.0
173.0
183.0
193.0
91.0
125.0
159.0
194.0
236.0
258.0
311.0
356.0
401.0
446.0
73.0
96.0
119.0
142.0
166.0
185.0
236.0
266.0
301.0
336.0
179.0
199.0
220.0
242.0
264.0
279.0
309.0
330.0
350.0
370.0
27.0
25.0
23.0
22.0
21.0
18.0
18.0
15.0
13.0
11.0
20.0
19.0
17.0
16.0
15.0
13.0
12.0
11.0
10.0
9.0
461.0
481.0
505.0
530.0
545.0
554.0
558.0
565.0
577.0
594.0
492.0
525.0
563.0
601.0
628.0
648.0
662.0
678.0
700.0
729.0
374.0
400.0
429.0
459.0
480.0
496.0
508.0
522.0
541.0
565.0
393.0
407.0
424.0
442.0
450.0
456.0
464.0
474.0
488.0
507.0
9.0
9.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
6.0
5.0
5.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
610.0
616.0
619.0
625.0
632.0
639.1
651.0
664.0
677.0
689.0
757.0
769.0
778.0
791.0
806.0
820.7
841.0
862.0
883.0
903.0
588.0
592.0
593.0
597.0
602.0
607.6
633.0
658.0
684.0
708.0
525.0
541.0
555.0
571.0
588.0
606.0
623.0
641.0
659.0
676.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
-
.
-
-
the Yukon until 1900.
La population des Territoires du Nord Ouest inclut celles de la Saskatchewan. de ('Alberta et du Yukon jusqu'en
45.0
46.0
46.0
47.0
48.0
49.0
50.0
51.0
52.0
52.0
52.0
53.0
54.0
55.0
56.0
60.0
64.0
69.0
74.0
78.0
82.0
86.0
91.0
95.0
The population of the Northwest Territories includes Saskatchewan. Alberta and
-
1900.
(2)
(2)
(C)
Canada data for 1921 include Royal Canadian Navy personnel.
Les donnees de 1921 du Canada comprennent le personnel de la Marine Royale Canadienne.
Census population except for 1981 which has been adjusted to June 1. All other years before 1981. which are
non census years show final intercensal estimates (formerly "revised estimates").
(C)
Population recensee. sauf en 1981, o6 la population a ate ajustee au ler juin: pour toutes les autres ann6es
avant 1981 qui ne sont pas des annees de recensement, ce sont des estimations intercensitaires definitives
(anciennement "estimations revisees").
(PP) Preliminary postcensal estimates. - Estimations postcensitaires provisoires.
SOURCES:
Prior to 1921. figures were taken from Census of Canada. 1951. volume X (general review), PP A2-A4.
appendix A. Population from 1921 to 1981 were taken from Statistics Canada, catalogues 91-512 and 91-518 occasionnal.
Les chiffres d'avant 1921 sont tires du recensement du Canada 1951, volume X (revue generale).
PP A2-A4. appendice A. Les populations de 1921 a 1981 sont obtenues des publications de
Statistique Canada. nos.91-512 et 91-518 au catalogue hors serie.
NOTE: Starting with June 1. 1976, each figure has been rounded independently to the nearest hundred.
NOTA: A compter du ler juin 1976. cheque nombre a ete arrondi individuellement a la centaine pres.
- 13 Table 8. Annual Estimates of Population for Canada and the Provinces, June 1, 1867 to 1983. (1)
Tableau 8. Estimations annuelles de la population du Canada et des provinces, ter juin, 1867 A 1983. (1)
(In thousands. - En milliers.)
Year - Armee
Canada
Nfld.
T.-N.
P.E.I.
I.P.E.
N.S.
N.-E.
N.B.
N.-B.
Que.
Que.
Ont.
88.0
89.0
90.0
91.0
92.0
93.0
93.0
94.0
94.0
95.0
512.8
519.0
525.0
531.0
536.0
543.0
549.0
555.0
561.0
569.0
408.2
414.0
419.0
423.0
428.0
433.0
437.0
442.0
447.0
452.0
2874.7
2925.0
2972.0
3016.0
3057.0
3098.8
3141.0
3183.0
3230.0
3278.0
3431.7
3473.0
3512.0
3544.0
3575.0
3605.5
3637.0
3672.0
3708.0
3747.0
700.1
705.0
708.0
709.0
710.0
711.2
715.0
720.0
726.0
728.0
921.8
924.0
926.0
928.0
930.0
931.5
922.0
914.0
906.0
900.0
731.6
740.0
750.0
758.0
765.0
772.8
776.0
781.0
786.0
790.0
578.0
591.0
606.0
611.0
619.0
608.0
615.0
625.0
629.0
638.0
457.4
464.0
463.0
461.0
467.0
478.0
488.0
498.0
508.0
512.0
3331.9
3390.0
3457.0
3500.0
3560.0
3629.0
3710.0
3788.0
3882.0
3969.0
3787.7
3884.0
3915.0
3963.0
4000.0
4093.0
4176.0
4275.0
4378.0
4471.0
729.7
724.0
723.0
727.0
727.0
726.9
739.0
746.0
757.0
768.0
896.0
848.0
838.0
836.0
833.0
832.7
836.0
838.0
832.0
833.0
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
Alb.
B.C.
C.-B.
Yukon
N.W.T.
T.N.-0.
694.3
707.0
717.0
727.0
736.0
745.2
759.0
775.0
792.0
805.0
4.2
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
9.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
2.0
796.2
776.0
785.0
808.0
808.0
803.4
825.0
854.0
885.0
913.0
817.8
870.0
900.0
932.0
949.0
1003.0
1044.0
1082.0
1113.0
1137.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
1931(C)
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
0376.7
0510.0
0633.0
0741.0
0845.0
0950.0
1045.0
1152.0
1267.0
1381.0
1941(C)
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1506.7
1654.0
1795.0
1946.0
2072.0
2292.0
2551.0
2823.0
3447.0
3712.0
345.0
351.0
95.0
90.0
91.0
91.0
92.0
94.0
94.0
93.0
94.0
96.0
1951(C)
1952
1953
1954
1955
4009.4
4459.0
4845.0
5287.0
5698.0
361.4
374.0
383.0
395.0
406.0
98.4
100.0
101.0
101.0
100.0
642.6
653.0
663.0
673.0
683.0
515.7
526.0
533.0
540.0
547.0
4055.7
4174.0
4269.0
4388.0
4517.0
4597.6
4788.0
4941.0
5115.0
5266.0
776.5
798.0
809.0
823.0
839.0
831.7
843.0
861.0
873.0
878.0
939.5
973.0
1012.0
1057.0
1091.0
1165.2
1205.0
1248.0
1295.0
1342.0
9.1
9.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
1956(C)
1957
1958
1959
1960
6080.8
6610.0
7080.0
7483.0
7870.0
415.1
424.0
432.0
441.0
448.0
99.3
99.0
00.0
01.0
03.0
694.7
701.0
709.0
719.0
727.0
554.6
562.0
571.0
582.0
589.0
4628.4
4769.0
4904.0
5024.0
5142.0
5404.9
5636.0
5821.0
5969.0
6111.0
850.0
862.0
875.0
891.0
906.0
880.7
880.0
891.0
907.0
915.0
1123.1
1164.0
1206.0
1248.0
1291.0
1398.5
1482.0
1538.0
1567.0
1602.0
12.2
12.0
13.0
13.0
14.0
9.3
9.0
20.0
21.0
22.0
1961(C)-...4
1962
1963
1964
1965
8238.3
8583.0
8931.0
9291.0
9644.0
457.9
468.0
476.0
483.0
488.0
04.6
07.0
08.0
09.0
09.0
737.0
746.0
751.0
755.0
756.0
597.9
605.0
609.0
611.0
615.0
5259.2
5371.0
5481.0
5584.0
5685.0
6236.1
6351.0
6481.0
6631.0
6788.0
921.7
936.0
949.0
959.0
965.0
925.2
930.0
933.0
942.0
950.0
1332.0
1369.0
1403.0
1430.0
1450.0
1629.1
1660.0
1699.0
1745.0
1797.0
14.6
15.0
15.0
15.0
14.0
23.0
25.0
26.0
27.0
27.0
1966(C)
1967
1968
1969
1970
20014.9
20378.0
20701.0
21001.0
21297.0
493.4
499.0
506.0
514.0
517.0
08.5
09.0
10.0
11.0
10.0
756.0
760.0
767.0
775.0
782.0
616.8
620.0
625.0
628.0
627.0
5780.8
5864.0
5928.0
5985.0
6013.0
6960.9
7127.0
7262.0
7385.0
7551.0
963.1
963.0
971.0
979.0
983.0
955.4
957.0
960.0
958.0
941.0
1463.2
1490.0
1524.0
1559.0
1595.0
1873.7
1945.0
2003.0
2060.0
2128.0
14.4
15.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
28.7
29.0
30.0
31.0
33.0
1971(C)
1972
1973
1974
1975
21568.3
21801.5
22042.8
22364.0
22697.1
522.1
530.0
537.2
541.5
549.1
11.6
12.6
14.0
15.2
17.1
789.0
794.6
804.3
811.5
819.5
634.6
640.1
647.1
653.6
665.2
6027.8
6053.6
6078.9
6122.7
6179.0
7703.1
7809.9
7908.8
8054.1
8172.2
988.2
991.2
996.2
1007.5
1013.6
926.2
914.0
904.5
899.7
907.4
1627.9
1657.3
1689.5
1722.4
1778.3
2184.6
2241.4
2302.4
2375.7
2433.2
18.4
19.5
20.5
20.5
21.3
34.8
37.3
39.4
39.6
41.2
1976(C)
1977
1978
1979
1980
22992.6
23272.8
23517.0
23747.3
24042.5
557.7
559.8
561.5
563.5
565.6
18.2
19.3
21.0
22.0
22.8
828.6
833.4
837.5
841.8
845.1
677.2
684.1
688.1
691.9
695.4
6234.4
6284.0
6302.4
6338.9
6386.1
8264.5
8353.1
8439.6
8501.3
8569.7
1021.5
1027.4
1032.0
1028.0
1024.9
921.3
934.9
943.5
951.3
959.4
1838.0
1912.7
1983.1
2052.8
2140.6
2466.6
2499.4
2542.3
2589.4
2666.0
21.8
21.8
22.5
22.3
22.3
42.6
42.8
43.6
44.0
1981(C)
1982(PP)
1983(PP)
24341.7
24634.2
24889.8
567.7
569.2
577.9
22.5
22.8
24.0
847.4
852.2
859.3
696.4
699.1
706.7
6438.2
6482.4
6521.6
8624.7
8715.8
8815.9
1026.2
1035.2
1047.2
968.3
979.4
992.7
2237.3
2317.0
2350.0
2744.2
2790.1
2823.9
23.2
23.7
22.3
45.7
47.2
48.4
-
44.7
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(C)
The population of the Northwest Territories includes Saskatchewan, Alberta and the Yukon until 1900.
La population des Territoires du Nord-Ouest inclut celles de la Saskatchewan, de ('Alberta et du Yukon jusqu'en 1900.
Canada data for 1921 include Royal Canadian Navy personnel.
Les donnees de 1921 du Canada comprennent le personnel de la Marine Royale Canadienne.
Census population except for 1981 which has been adjusted to June 1. All other years before 1981, which are
non census years show final intercensal estimates (formerly "revised estimates").
(C)
Population recensee. sauf en 1981. oil la population a ete ajustee au ter juin; pour toutes les autres annees
avant 1981 qui ne sont pas des annees de recensement. ce sont des estimations intercensitaires definitives
(anciennement "estimations revisees").
(PP) Preliminary postcensal estimates. - Estimations postcensitaires provisoires.
SOURCES:
Prior to 1921. figures were taken from Census of Canada. 1951. volume X (general review). PP A2-A4.
appendix A. Population from 1921 to 1981 were taken from Statistics Canada, catalogues 91-512 and 91-518 occasionnal.
Les chiffres d'avant 1921 sont tires du recensement du Canada 1951. volume X (revue general e).
PP A2-A4, appendice A. Les populations de 1921 a 1981 sont obtenues des publications de
Statistique Canada, nos.91-512 et 91-518 au catalogue hors serie.
NOTE: Starting with June 1. 1976, each figure has been rounded independently to the nearest hundred.
NOTA: A compter du ler juin 1976, chaque nombre a ete arrondi individuellement a la centaine pres.
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