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Torontonian turned Westerner Jay Palter pictured with his kids Ella Palter and Ben Palter in a park near their home in Edmonton, Alberta. The family moved to Edmonton two and a half years and are enjoying the Western Canadian lifestyle. (Jason Franson/The Canadian Press)
Torontonian turned Westerner Jay Palter pictured with his kids Ella Palter and Ben Palter in a park near their home in Edmonton, Alberta. The family moved to Edmonton two and a half years and are enjoying the Western Canadian lifestyle. (Jason Franson/The Canadian Press)

The Globe and Mail's coverage of the 2011 census Add to ...

2011 Census of Population release 1: Population and dwelling counts

Interactives:

Interactive: Your 2011 census at a glance

Census 2011 interactive: Canada's West grows as the East stalls

Articles:

Canada's future is in the West: 2011 Census

With Ontario lagging, will the West be prepared to sacrifice?

Margaret Wente: Go west, young Canadians

By the numbers: How Canada's cities are changing

Community:

What does the shift to the West mean for Canada? Census expert takes your questions

Thoughts on the census, from sea to sea

2011 Census of Population release 2: Age and sex

Interactive graphics and video:

Infographic: How Canada breaks down on age and gender lines

Video: John Ibbitson on Canada's senior moment

Canadian communities with the highest percentage of working aged men

Canadian communities with the lowest percentage of working aged men

Articles:

Canada's demographic 'golden age' coming to an end

Why Atlantic Canada need not fear decline

Tracking the aging population

Alberta bucks demographic trend as young families come in droves

Rural Nova Scotia faces demographic reality of elderly, declining population

Young children on the rise across Canada

How census figures cement Harper's grip on power

Census shows spike in seniors, increasing East-West labour gap

Highlights: Canada's baby boom larger than in other G8 countries

What the future holds for Canada as boomers age

Number of young children soars as echo effect hits Western Canada

B.C. communities exemplify grey future outlined in census

To find a man, go West young woman

 

 

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