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Le Canada et ses villes mondiales : conditions socioeconomiques a Montreal, Toronto et Vancouver


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  • Heisz, Andrew
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    Ce rapport a pour but d'effectuer un tableau statistique des conditions socio-economiques dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement (RMR) de Toronto, Montreal et Vancouver. L'etude met en lumiere les tendances liees a la croissance de la population, la croissance de la banlieue, le navettage, l'emploi, le chomage, l'immigration, le revenu, le faible revenu, de meme que les conditions economiques des immigrants, des peuples autochtones, et d'autres groupes. Les donnees utilisees proviennent des Recensements du Canada de 1981 a 2001, de la revue chronologique de la population active de 2005, et de l'edition 2004 du Revenu au Canada.

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    Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse sociale et de la modelisation in its series Tendances et conditions dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement with number 2006010f.

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    Date of creation: 20 Jul 2006
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    Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp7f:2006010f

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    Keywords: Ethnic diversity and immigration; Household; family and personal income; Immigrants and non-permanent residents; Income; pensions; spending and wealth; Labour market and income; Population and demography; Population estimates and projections;

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    1. McLeod, Logan & Heisz, Andrew, 2004. "Faible revenu dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement, 1980 a 2000," Tendances et conditions dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement 2004001f, Statistics Canada, Analyse sociale et de la modelisation.
    2. Heisz, Andrew & Larochelle-Cote, Sebastien, 2005. "Le travail et le navettage dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement, 1996 a 2001," Tendances et conditions dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement 2005007f, Statistics Canada, Analyse sociale et de la modelisation.
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