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Contained within the 4th Edition (1974) of the Atlas of Canada is a set of three maps. The first two maps show the percentage of population, by census division, who identify with a particular religion. These two maps represent the first and second statistical ranks for the most common religions. The third map shows the diversity of religion by number of dominant religious denominations as well as a breakdown of the particular religions within each census division.
This table contains 21 series, with data for years 1871 - 1971 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years). This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Unit of measure (1 items: Persons ...) Geography (1 items: Canada ...) Religious denominations (21 items: Total religious denominations; Baptist; Congregationalist; Anglican ...).
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows six condensed maps of Canada. Following those of British and French origin, the next most numerous groups in 1951 were those of German (619,995); Ukrainian (395,043); Scandinavian (283,024); Netherlands (264,267); Polish (219,854); and Jewish (181,670) origin. The three maps on the left of this plate show the population distribution of the aforementioned groups. For each group, the percentage distribution of population for provinces and territories is also provided by means of a pie chart.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows six compact maps illustrating the distribution of areas seeded in oats, mixed grain, rye, flax for seed, corn for grain, and soybeans for harvesting circa 1951. Therefore, in the case of rye, the areas include those seeded in the fall of 1950 as well as those seeded in the spring of 1951. The term 'mixed grain' includes those grains sown to be harvested as a mixture with oats and barley being the most common combination. The map entitled Flax for Seed may include flax of fibre varieties which were grown for seed.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows 14 condensed maps including large scale selected areas, and smaller scaled maps of Canada. The six maps in the top left portion of this plate illustrate the number of pelts taken in the 1950/1951 furring season by province and territory for the following animals: wild beaver, wild and ranch raised mink, wild ermine, wild muskrat, wild and ranch raised fox, and wild squirrel. An additional summary map shows the pelts taken for all fur bearing animals in the 1950/1951 furring season. The map in the bottom left portion of this plate shows the distribution of fur farms, and the distribution of fur trading establishments.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows six condensed maps of different demographic statistics. The six measures are: birth rates per 1000 population, death rates per 1000 population, natural increase rates per 1000 population, marriage rates per 1000 population, infant mortality rates per 1000 live births, and number of children at home per family. The data for the maps on this plate were derived from the 1951 Census of Canada. It should be noted that birth rates, death rates and infant mortality rates are exclusive of stillborn births and that infant mortality rates are for infant mortalities under one year of age.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate that shows six condensed maps of the distribution of plants producing the following: leather footwear, womens and childrens factory made clothing, synthetic textiles and silks, mens factory made clothing, cotton textiles, and rubber products. All data for these maps is for 1954 with the exception of the rubber products map which is for 1955. Each map is accompanied by a bar graph and pie chart. The bar graphs show the value of production by major categories of products.
This report presents a summary of statistical and financial data from the annual returns provided by non-commercial radio stations for the broadcast year ended 31 August 2018.
Data for the non-commercial radio stations provides a five-year comparative financial analysis by language, region as well as by type: campus, community, native (type B) and religious. For the purpose of this publication, religious stations are strictly comprised of non-commercial services as commercial religious stations are included in the main Radio Statistical and Financial Summaries.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate that shows two condensed maps, and three sets of graphs to show population change for the period 1851 to 1951. The top map shows the percent changes in population in eastern Canada for the period 1851 to 1901 (Newfoundland data is for 1857 to 1901). The bottom map shows the percent changes in population for Canada for the period 1901 to 1951 (Northwest Territories data is for 1911 to 1951). The first set of graphs show birth, death and natural increase rates per 1000 population for the period 1931 to 1951 for Canada and the provinces.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate that shows six maps of cities or towns at different scales. The portions of all, but the first and last of the maps, illustrate the principal national map series produced by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys [now Natural Resources Canada], circa 1958.