1 edition of Census of Prairie Provinces, population and agriculture, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, 1916 found in the catalog.
Census of Prairie Provinces, population and agriculture, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, 1916
English and French. Photocopy.
|Statement||Dominion Census and Statistics Office.. --|
|Series||[DBS publications -- 98-1916 F]|
|Contributions||Census of Prairie Provinces, 1916, Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||356 p. --|
|Number of Pages||356|
For more detailed information regarding the collection of the Census and how responses to each question were to be entered, please consult the Instructions to Enumerators published in the Canada Gazette, vol 31 May and Population and agriculture: Manitoba, Saskatchewan. Census and Statistics Office, Dept. of Trade and Commerce. The Prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba are known for being the most rural parts of Canada. Much of the Prairies' population is descended from 19th century farmer-settlers. A thriving oil industry has helped Alberta become the country's richest province.
Location: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba in Canada: Area: 1,, km 2 (, sq mi): The Canadian Prairies (usually referred to as simply the Prairies in Canada) is a region in Western includes the Canadian portion of the Great Plains and the Prairie Provinces, namely Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. These provinces are partially covered by grasslands, plains, and. Canada Census Information. to , a census occurred every 10 years in Canada. According to the Census and Statistics Act (which received Royal Assent on ) a general census of Canada was to occur in , and every 10 years thereafter, and a census of population and agriculture was to be taken in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in , and every 10 years .
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Population and agriculture. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. " See other formats. Population of Cities,Towns and Villages »»Table 3 Cities page Moose Jaw ; Genealogical research assistance for Saskatchewan, Canada census statistics.
Census of Prairie Provinces Population and Agriculture Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta Ottawa. Census of Alberta Provinces, Format: Census of Prairie Provinces Electronic document: View (PDF, MB). Note(s) Chiefly tables. Historical census publication digitized in [by Statistics Canada]. Issued also in French under title: Population et agriculture: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Introductory text in English.
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The census included the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Why Census Records are Important: Census records provide many details about individuals and families.
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Whitewood is a town in the Canadian province of is located approximately kilometres ( mi) east of Regina on the Trans-Canada Highway Sk Hwy is situated at the crossroads of two major highways systems – the Trans-Canada, which runs east and west, and Sk Hwy 9, which runs north and south from the US border to Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
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[Canada. Census and Statistics Office.]. Census: Census Statistics of Prairie Provinces Saskatchewan Manitoba, Alberta: Population and Agriculture (pages of relevance for Saskatchewan online, includes Community Profiles statistics from the, and census) Provides names of communities during this era, their size and statistical data.
Alberta was not included in the nor censuses, but Alberta does appear in the and censuses as part of the Northwest Territories. Alberta was not included in censuses made before confederation.
Agricultural Censuses of the Prairie Provinces (Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba) have been taken every ten years since "The census of the Prairie Provinces, taken as of June 1st, was the eleventh for Manitoba since it was created out of a portion of the territory acquired from the Hudson's Bay Company inand the fifth for the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta since they acquired provincial status by the "Saskatchewan and Alberta Acts" of Census of Prairie Provinces Data files.
None at this time; Published statistics. Census of Prairie Provinces, population and agriculture, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, (Internet Archive) Census of Canada Data files. Microdata file created by the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI), available in odesi and in SDA.
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact. Sylvan Lake is a town in central Alberta, is located 25 kilometres (16 mi) west of the City of Red Deer along Highway 11 or Highway is situated on the southeast edge of Sylvan Lake, a kilometre-long ( mi) freshwater lake, in Red Deer County.
The lake is a popular destination for tourists from around Alberta, with over million visitors each year. Census returns are the official enumeration of the Canadian population. From toa nation-wide census was taken in Canada every ten years. Starting ina special census of the Prairie Provinces (Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba only) was conducted every ten years.
Beginning inthe Prairie provinces of Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan began to take separate censuses of population and agriculture every five years to monitor growth in the West.
After becoming part of Canada inNewfoundland (including Labrador) has been included in the Canadian census since. The census is often called the ‘Western Census’ but, of course, even inBritish Columbia was the western province of Canada and B.C.
residents are not part of this census. The population and agriculture census covered the three provinces formed from the former Northwest Territories and Manitoba (so Alberta, Saskatchewan and.
Census of Prairie Provinces. Population and Agriculture. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. Canada Census and Statistics Office: Books - at: Hardcover. Census of the Northwest Provinces, [edit | edit source] Starting 24 June an agricultural and population census was taken in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Manitoba was divided into the census districts of Brandon, Dauphin, Lisgar, Macdonald, Marquette, Portage La Prairie, Provencher, Selkirk, Souris and Winnipeg.