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Living Alone in Canada. Demographic and Economic Perspectives 1951-1976. by Statistics Canada. Vivre Seul au Canada: Perspectives Démographiques et Économiques 1951-1976.
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Living alone in Canada by Brian R. Harrison, 1981, Statistics Canada, Social Statistics Field, Housing and Social Characteristics Staff . Living alone in Canada
Living alone in Canada. demographic and economic perspectives, 1951-1976 Vivre seul au Canada : perspectives démographiques et économiques, 1951-1976. by Brian R. Harrison. Published 1981 by Statistics Canada, Social Statistics Field, Housing and Social Characteristics Staff in Ottawa.
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An analysis of the demographic situation in the Netherlands has been given in the preceding chapters. Compared to the other countries, the Netherlands has had a vigorous population growth in the past which is likely to continue in the near future. This growth is the result of a tremendous decline in the mortality rate which more than overcompensated for the unmistakable decrease in natality.
Events from the year 1951 in Canada. Monarch – George VI. Governor general – Earl Alexander of Tunis. Prime minister – Louis Saint Laurent. Chief Justice – Thibaudeau Rinfret (Quebec). Lieutenant Governor of Alberta – John J. Bowlen. Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia – Clarence Wallace. Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba – Roland Fairbairn McWilliams. Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick – David Laurence MacLaren. Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland – Leonard Outerbridge.
Recent economic and social changes have shown the extent to which the family has been transformed during the past twenty years.
In Canada, and in particular in Quebec, cohabita- tion is the most common union associated with founding a second family (Statistics Canada, 2012). In addition, common-law unions have been shown to be more stable in Quebec than elsewhere in Canada, particularly once children are born into the relationship (Kerr, Moyser, & Beaujot, 2006). Les changements économiques et sociaux récents permettent de rendre compte des transformations familiales de ces vingt dernières années. Recent economic and social changes have shown the extent to which the family has been transformed during the past twenty years.
Translation of "démographiques et économiques" in English. demographic and economic. Il ressortit qu'un tel système ne fonctionnerait pas au Canada en raison des différences démographiques et économiques entre les deux pays. population and economic. economic and demographic. Bien que le système canadien soit l'un des meilleurs au monde, d'importants changements démographiques et économiques menacent sa viabilité à long terme.
Bloom, David, David Canning, and Jaypee Sevilla, The Demographic Dividend: A New Perspective on the Economic Consequences of Population Change
Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2003. org/pubs/monograph reports/MR1274.