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Total apparent disappearance (5 8, or 4 - 7) -1,782 -308§ -349§ -97U -55§ 1,674 3,601 16,420 + + 4. Gross residents (1 2 3) 20,020 (persons who were residents at some time during the decade) 5. Intercensal deaths -1,320 -t -t 1,674 2,060 1,536 5t Early immigrants to 1945 11,950 7° 4,463 Canadian- Foreignborn born 1. Population, June 1951 14,009 2. Decade immigrants, June 1951-May 1961 1,543 3. g "tl ......... ~...... ljJ ~ 1,603 4 2 20 10 336 849 69 32 117 159 1 4 1,203 3 1 12 7 209 664 47 21 96 140 3 0 -400 -8 -3 -127 -185 -22 -11 -21 -19 +2 -4 -1 0 (3) Net change (1 - 2) (4) -25 -32 -32 -41 -29 -38 -22 -32 -35 -18 -12 +145 -100 SNet change (3 -;- 2) 2,035 6 3 32 18 410 1,063 93 50 151 202 1 4 1,507 4 1 16 10 248 833 62 29 122 178 3 0 -528 -2 -2 -16 -7 -162 -230 -31 -21 -30 -24 +2 -4 (6) (5) (7) 1946-61 1946-61 Net immigra- immigrant change tion by residents (5 - 6) intended atcensus of 1961 destination -22 -26 -33 -43 -20 -12 +137 -100 -31 -51 -50 -42 -40 (8) Snet change (7 -;- 5) Non:: The % net change was calcuIated from the actual figures.

We believe that such a study, if it is to be sustained and cumulative, must ultimately proceed within some kind of framework. One kind of framework has just been proposed. PART I POPULATION Introduction There is a reciprocal relationship between population and society; industrial societies are characterized by concentration of population in urban areas, while the population of agricultural societies is more widely dispersed geographically. The student of population seeks to show how people are distributed in space and how this distribution is afIected by certain increases and decreases.

The re1atively oonstant annual number of 34,900 deaths, despite the rising foreign-born population, reIlects the increase in life expectancy that has taken place in Canada since 1951. Thus our estimation of 349,000 foreignborn deaths over the 1951-61 intercensal period can be sufliciently reliable. 1,366 1,337 3,252 2,844 15,449 15,394 18,700 18,238 -462 6. Gross survivors (4 - 5) 7. Actual population, June 1961 8. Net emigration (6 - 7) (a) short-term decade immigrants ( b) Census 1951 residents and decade births -757 -53 -337 -29 -29§ -408§ -355 -t -420 -24 -39§ -2411 -S8U -t -355§ -355 1,515 1,1601 -26§ -15§ 371 347§ 1,541 1,536 5t -t 386 -t -t 386 -24§ -379§ -355 -t 1,886 1,507 -4U 1,927 386 1,536 5t Post-war Intercensal Early immigrants post-war decade 1946to immigrants fmmigrants 1946to May1961 June1951 May 1951 toMayl961 § Estimated.

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