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These searchable files provide information on grant payments made by the Government of Alberta departments and select agencies to support programs and initiatives throughout the province. The payment data is available in files for each fiscal year (April 1 to March 31). The data identifies: the ministry which provided the grant; the grant recipient; the payment amount; the program under which the grant was made; and whether the grant was funded by the Lottery Fund.
This Alberta Official Statistic describes the percentage of the population that reported having an Aboriginal identity in 2011. The population is divided into larger urban centres and rural and small town areas. Within the larger urban centres, the population is divided between Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA) and two different sizes of Census Agglomerations (CA). Within rural and small town Alberta, the population is divided into four categories with each category consecutively representing less integration with urban economies. The four categories are called Metropolitan Influence Zones (MIZ) and capture urban integration by measuring the percentage of the working population commuting to …
This Alberta Official Statistic compares the family size of Canadian Census families in all provinces and territories for the 2011 Census year. A census family refers to a married couple (with or without children of either and/or both spouses), a common-law couple (with or without children of either and/or both partners) or a lone parent of any marital status, with at least one child. A couple may be of opposite sex or same sex. A couple family with children may be further classified as either an intact family in which all children are the biological and/or adopted children of both …
This Alberta Official Statistic describes the proportion of immigrants that reside in each of the eight Alberta economic regions based on the 2011 National Household Survey. Canada is a multicultural society whose ethnocultural make-up has been shaped over time by immigrants and their descendants. Each new wave of immigration has added to the nation’s ethnic and cultural composition. Over time, patterns of immigration have shifted. Historically, most immigrants came from Europe. More recently, the largest group of newcomers to Canada has come from Asia (including the Middle East).
A summary of funding distributed by funding opportunity for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts fiscal year.
Each year the ministry coordinates a survey of Albertans on topics related to the work of the ministry. Topics covered in the various surveys include: arts and culture, volunteering, cultural industries, heritage sites, gender-based violence, and recreation and sport. Results provide insight into emerging trends, help monitor the effectiveness of programs and services and inform decisions by enhancing the Government of Alberta's understanding of the needs of Albertans.
Number of marriages occurring in the province of Alberta, by marital status of the bride and groom. Please note: effective July 30, 2021 csv file downloads have been removed for this dataset.
This Alberta Official Statistic describes the types of disabilities among Albertans aged 15 and over by sex for 2012. Ten “disability types” are included: Developmental, Dexterity, Flexibility, Hearing, Learning, Memory, Psychological, Mobility, Pain, Seeing, plus an “Unknown” category. Within each type of disability, it is further divided into males and females.
This Alberta Official Statistic describes the volunteer rates of adult Albertans with organizations for the period 2009‑2010 to 2014‑2015. The results are based on an annual province‑wide telephone survey of 1,000 adult Albertans who were asked whether they did any volunteer work in a variety of areas in the past year.
This Alberta Official Statistic describes types of disabilities among Albertans and Canadians aged 15+ by age group and sex for 2012. The data are divided into five age group categories (15-24, 24-44, 45-64, 65-74 and 75+) and are split up into males and females.