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Changing migration trends across Canada

Changing migration trends across Canada

In late June, Statistics Canada released interprovincial migration data for the first quarter of 2022. Those numbers show that, for the third consecutive quarter, there was a net inflow of people moving to Alberta from elsewhere in Canada. In fact, from January to...

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