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This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (69 items: Saguenay; Quebec; Census metropolitan areas; Census metropolitan areas and large urban areas; Calgary; Alberta ...), Type of unit (2 items: Single-detached and semi-detached units; Row; apartment and other unit types ...).
This table contains 30 series, with data for years 1997 and 2000 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada), Estimates (4 items: Total extended value of labour services; Replacement cost value of volunteer work; Paid labour compensation; Ratio of volunteer work to total), Primary area of activity (15 items: All activity; Culture and recreation; Education and research; Education and research, of which universities, colleges, primary and secondary education; ...).
Contained within the Federal Elections, 1968 to 2001, Atlas of Canada series, is a map that shows the results of the federal election on September 4th, 1984. This map consists of a has a main map of Canada at 1: 7 500 000, and a set of 20 urban insets, at either 1: 500 000 or at 1: 250 000. All maps show federal electoral districts and indicate, via colour, the party that won the district. There is a table listing all districts by name, and indicating (via coloured type) the name of the member elected.
Contained within the Atlas of Canada's Reference Map Series, 1961 to 2010, is a small black-and-white map at 250 miles to the inch (or 1: 15 840 000). It is undated, but was produced after 1966 as its publishing agency was the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (which was so-named as of that year). The map shows capital cities, major places, major railways and some drainage. However, there are no names used anywhere on the map.
The total number of people granted permanent resident status in Canada by immigration category (permanent residents): family class, economic immigrants, refugees, other immigrants and category not stated; and the total number of Temporary Foreign Worker work permit holders, International Mobility Program work permit holders, foreign students and humanitarian population; and an overview of permanent and temporary residence, passport and Permanent Resident Card applications received and processed by the CIC Operational Network as a whole (all of CIC's Points of Service, in Canada and overseas), with totals for applications received, network outcomes (withdrawn applications and positive or negative decisions regarding applicant eligibility and admissibility) and the total number of authorizations and visas issued for permanent residents. Note that prior to December 31, 2015, processing times for many of our services were displayed by visa office. This was useful when applications for permanent or temporary residence were always processed by the nearest visa office. However, we now have the ability to move applications around our global network to ensure they are processed as efficiently as possible.
Contained within the Atlas of Canada's Reference Map Series, 1961 to 2010, is a map of Canada shows national, provincial and territorial boundaries. Data on the map sheet is restricted to national parks, glaciers, populated places and drainage features. The drainage network corresponds to the ""full drainage"" network used for most National Atlas of Canada, 5th Edition maps. The Canadian land mass is in yellow with shaded relief being used as well.
Reasons to move and location of previous dwellings for households that moved in the past five years and intentions to move for all households, by Canada, provinces and territories.
Syrian refugees who have arrived in Canada as part of the Government of Canada's commitment to resettle Syrian refugees. Datasets include Syrian refugees who have received settlement services. Please note that in these datasets, the figures have been suppressed or rounded to prevent the identification of individuals when the datasets are compiled and compared with other publicly available statistics. Values between 0 and 5 are shown as “--“ and all other values are rounded to the nearest multiple of 5.