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Components of Population Growth

Components of Population Growth, Region of Peel, 2001-2015
  Births (18) Deaths (3) Immigrants (4) Emigrants (5) Returning emigrants (6)
2001/2002 13,510 3,895 29,511 1,779 1,088
2002/2003 13,911 4,212 22,520 1,984 1,501
2003/2004 14,929 4,286 26,755 2,014 1,475
2004/2005 15,509 4,241 27,821 2,126 1,496
2005/2006 15,748 4,160 31,816 2,804 2,080
2006/2007 16,276 4,775 27,376 2,843 2,187
2007/2008 16,531 4,898 26,231 2,938 2,059
2008/2009 16,283 5,184 24,718 2,759 2,052
2009/2010 15,728 5,046 27,988 2,661 2,408
2010/2011 15,801 5,321 25,746 2,888 2,669
2011/2012 15,826 5,241 22,774 2,744 2,692
2012/2013 16,005 5,451 25,578 2,762 2,998
2013/2014 16,200 5,659 24,444 3,037 3,008
2014/2015 16,362 5,882 21,421 3,060 3,008
  Net temporary emigration (7) Net interprovincial migration (8) Net intraprovincial migration (9,10) Net non-permanent residents (11,12,17) Residual deviation (19)
2001/2002 1,114 1,020 10,402 1,313 -8,562
2002/2003 1,102 612 11,168 1,780 -8,831
2003/2004 1,056 -211 8,968 406 -9,171
2004/2005 1,103 -719 7,972 39 -9,718
2005/2006 1,099 -1,949 3,784 2,375 -12,732
2006/2007 662 -2,368 662 190 -4,736
2007/2008 691 -2,510 -1,978 1,003 -4,906
2008/2009 760 -2,709 -6,194 1,517 -5,058
2009/2010 772 -1,473 -7,764 1,183 -5,365
2010/2011 808 -1,166 -7,483 2,738 -6,913
2011/2012 727 -2,544 -8,065 2,233 ..
2012/2013 740 -2,591 -8,015 1,725 ..
2013/2014 820 -2,706 -7,220 916 ..
2014/2015 820 -2,248 -7,218 602 ..


Source:
Statistics Canada. Table 051-0063 - Components of population growth by census division, sex and age group for the period from July 1 to June 30, based on the Standard Geographical Classification (SGC) 2011, annual (persons).

Footnotes

  1. The estimates for deaths are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011. The final estimates included in this table may differ from the data released by the Health Statistics Division, due to the distribution of unknown values for one or more of the following variables: province, age and sex.
  2. The estimates for immigrants are preliminary for 2014/2015 and final up to 2013/2014.
  3. The estimates for emigrants are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011.
  4. The estimates for returning emigrants are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011.
  5. The estimates for net temporary emigrants are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011.
  6. The estimates for net interprovincial migrant are preliminary for 2014/2015 and final up to 2013/2014.
  7. The estimates for net intraprovincial migrant are preliminary for 2014/2015 and final up to 2013/2014.
  8. There is no preliminary data source available for intraprovincial migration; we assume the same level of migration as the previous year. The last two years are therefore identical for this component.
  9. The estimates for net non-permanent resident are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011.
  10. The five following groups are referred to as non-permanent residents (NPR): (1) persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who are claiming refugee status; (2) persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who hold a study permit; (3) persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who hold a work permit; (4) persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who hold a minister's permit (including extensions); (5) All non-Canadian born dependants of persons claiming refugee status, or of persons holding study permits, work permits or minister's permits and living in Canada.
  11. The net non-permanent residents (NPRs) are obtained by subtracting the stocks of NPRs as of July 1st of two consecutive years. As there are no reliable administrative data available to directly estimate net number of NPRs at the subprovincial level, the provincial/territorial estimates by age and sex are disaggregated by subprovincial area, age and sex on the basis of the distribution coming from the most recent census (or from the National Household Survey (NHS) in 2011). For the 2005/2006 and 2010/2011 years, the net NPRs are calculated using two different distributions, that is the 2001 and 2006 Censuses for the year 2005/2006, and the 2006 Census as well as the 2011 NHS for the year 2010/2011. This approach assumes that the two distributions are similar. If the two distributions of NPRs by subprovincial area vary, the net NPRs for years 2005/2006 and 2010/2011 will absorb all of the changes attributable to the difference between the two distributions that were used. For this reason, the net NPRs for years 2005/2006 and 2010/2011 should not be compared with the rest of the historical series.
  12. The estimates for births are preliminary for 2014/2015, updated for 2011/2012 to 2013/2014 and final up to 2010/2011. The final estimates included in this table may differ from the data released by the Health Statistics Division, due to the distribution of unknown values for one or more of the following variables: province, age and sex.
  13. Residual deviation is obtained by distributing the error of closure linearly throughout the intercensal period. The error of closure is defined as the difference between the postcensal population estimates on Census Day and the population enumerated in that census adjusted for census net undercoverage and incompletely enumerated Indian reserves.

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