MIG: Migration Estimates, Tables A-E, 2014

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There are five standard data tables. The first four tables provide a five-year comparison of migration while the fifth one is based on a two-year period:

  • Table A: By Province of Origin/Destination
  • Table B: By Age Group
  • Table C: By Type of Migration and Gender
  • Table D: Flows by Census division of Origin/Destination, or by CMA/non-CMA of Origin/Destination
  • Table E: Median Income of Migrant Taxfilers

Table A ─ By Census Division or Census Metropolitan Area of Origin and of Destination

Each page of this table highlights flows: in, out and net flows for a specific province, a specific census division (CD) or any one of the 34 census metropolitan areas (CMAs), including non-CMA areas for each province.

Provincial totals provided include intraprovincial migration.

Tables B and C ─ Age Group, Type of Migration, and Gender

Both Tables B and C list in, out and net migration for the highlighted CD or CMA for a fiveyearperiod. Table B shows migration by age group while Table C shows migration by type (interprovincial, intraprovincial and international) and by gender.

Provincial totals provided include intraprovincial migration.

Table D ─ Flows by Census Division/Census Metropolitan Area of Origin/Destination

Table D gives details of the flows for a particular CD or CMA. A list is given of the CDs or CMAs with which the selected CD or CMA exchanged any people. The flows are ranked in the table by net migration. The flows for the past five years are shown on the printed tables, though the ranking is according to the most recent period.

Table E – By Census Division/Census Metropolitan Area of Origin/Destination by Median Income of Migrant Taxfilers

For each CD or CMA, Table E gives details on the median income of migrant taxfilers. The first part of the table shows the number of taxfilers leaving their CD/CMA by province of destination, their median income for the year before the move and their median income for the year of the move. The second half of the table shows the number of taxfilers moving into the CD/CMA by province of origin, their median income for the year prior to the move and their median income in the year of the move. The table also provides a comparison of the migrant taxfilers’ median income with the provincial and national figures.

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Année(s): 

2014

Format de fichier: 

  • xls
  • xlsx

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User Guide: 

Migration Estimates from Tax Records for Census Divisions and Census Metropolitan Areas - User's Guide

Date de diffusion: 

Jeudi, Décembre 21, 2017

Titre complet: 

MIG: Migration Estimates, Tables A-E, 2014

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