2 edition of Profile of census tracts in Regina and Saskatoon, part A = found in the catalog.
Profile of census tracts in Regina and Saskatoon, part A =
1993 by Industry, Science and Technology Canada = Industrie, sciences et technologie Canada in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English
|Series||Profiles = Profils|
|LC Classifications||HA741.5 1991P76 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
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Saskatoon is % pre-war, Regina 10%. Saskatoon has over more pre buildings than Regina. I've always thought Regina had more just from observation.
Saskatoon Pre - 3, '21 to '45 - 5, Regina. As of the Census, there werepeople of Filipino descent living in the GTA making them the fourth largest visible minority group behind the Indian, Chinese, and Black communities.
The number of Filipino Canadians in the GTA grew fromin to. Thematic maps of selected census data at the census tract level are presented for 12 large census metropolitan areas (CMAs) in a new serie s of Metropolitan Atlas bulletins (Catalogue Nos. to ).
Reference maps showing the locations of the census tracts are included in this bulletin. It should be noted that census tracts do not. OfSaskatchewan residents self-identifying, in whole or part, as Aboriginal in the Census, a third -- 43, (%) -- were First Nations population on reserve, anot (%) rural Aboriginal population off reserve, and almost half -- 60, (%) -- were Aboriginal people in urban areas, includ in the two Census.
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