British Columbia Population Forecast, 1987-2011

British Columbia Population Forecast, 1987-2011

Microform - 1987
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Population changes affect, and are affected by, the economic environment. In particular, the effects of aging, migration, fertility and mortality impact directly on the economic well-being of the Province in such areas as potential labour force growth, demand for housing and other goods, as well as demand for government services such as education and health care. This publication provides forecasts of the size and age/sex structure of the population of British Columbia to the year 2011. The forecast is the result of the application of a "Component/Cohort-Survival" population model to assumptions selected by the Central Statistics Bureau dealing with fertility, mortality and migration for the Province.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Economic Development, Central Statistics Bureau, 1987
Description: 46 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-02689

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