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Canada Job
Trends Update
2012
- National, Provincial
and City Labour Markets

Canadian
Gender Realities
2010
- Men and
Women at home,
at work and play -
National and
Provincial Trends

Labour Crunch to
2021
- National
and Provincial
Labour Force
Projections

Provincial People
Patterns 2007
- Social and
Demographic Trends

Canadian Age
Trends and
Transitions to
2016
- How We Are Shaping Our
Shared Future
(2003)

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Provincial People Patterns 2007
- Social and Demographic Trends

It's about people in your province
It's fun, informative and up-to-date
It compares
It's easy to read
 
You have the questions? This report has the answers!

This brand new report answers many of the questions that you may have about the people in each of Canada’s 10 provinces. Tons of answers are found in this compact 70-page report filled with provincial data, interesting text and comparisons covering 50 topic areas and some 300 indicators derived from government and other reliable sources.

Author Roger Sauvė, is President of People Patterns Consulting and has been quoted in the national media including the Globe and Mail, National Post, Maclean’s, CBC, CTV, Toronto Star, The Wall Street Journal and many others.

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Table of contents

  • INTRODUCTION and PROVINCIAL SUMMARIES
    • Two Distinct Societies … plus plenty of uniqueness in the rest
  • CONNECTION TO COMMUNITY PATTERNS
    • Canada first … Province second … with two exceptions
    • Quebecois most trustful of their institutions … least of people
    • Fire fighters and nurses are most trusted everywhere
    • The most satisfied with life live in Prince Edward Island
    • Differing views on the role of companies
    • Majority feel that global warming can still be curbed
  • POPULATION PATTERNS
    • A lberta and British Columbia now larger than Quebec
    • Calgary, Oshawa, Vancouver and Toronto lead CMA growth
    • Life expectancy shortest in Newfoundland
    • Fertility highest in Saskatchewan
    • Death “rates” up in seven provinces
    • Natural population growth plummets in all provinces <
    • Alberta and BC the only winners in inter- provincial migration
    • Over half of British Columbians were born elsewhere
    • Indian population big share in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
    • Nova Scotia oldest in age … Alberta youngest
  • FAMILY LIFE PATTERNS
    • Love … more than passion and sexual pleasure
    • Quebec has the most single people
    • Nova Scotia has highest proportion of lone-parent families
    • Higher divorce rates in Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia
    • Children stay home longest in Newfoundland and Ontario
    • One-third of British Columbians have no religious affiliation
  • EDUCATION PATTERNS
    • Students in Alberta and BC rank near best in the world
    • Ontario tops for university degrees … Newfoundland last
    • Women more educated then men … in every province
    • Tuition fees highest in Nova Scotia
    • Tuition fees of $30,000 for Saskatchewan dentistry students
  • WORK PATTERNS
    • Albertans more likely to be at work
    • Full-time jobs still the norm … especially in Newfoundland
    • Women hold almost half of paid jobs in PEI
    • Women in Newfoundland have biggest increase in job tenure
    • Quebec is most unionized … Alberta the least
    • Lowest unemployment rates in the West
    • English is the main language of work … except in Quebec
  • INCOME AND SPENDING PATTERNS
    • It costs much less to live in Winnipeg and Regina
    • Hourly earnings highest … and up most in Alberta
    • Youngest households suffer income loses in six provinces
    • Child poverty down or flat so far this decade … except in BC
    • Prince Edward Island has the least poverty
    • Savings rates now negative in five provinces
    • Taxes take biggest bite in Ontario and Alberta
  • HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE PATTERNS
    • Healthiest lifestyles in British Columbia
    • Quebecois least prone to gambling and alcohol problems
    • Family doctors easiest to find in NS and NB
    • Ontario residents spend the most on printed materials
    • British Columbians lead the nation in reading for pleasure
    • Country radio most popular format in five provinces
    • Fewest air conditioners in Newfoundland
    • Youth crime much less of a problem in Quebec
    • Fewest found guilty in Nova Scotia

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