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Publication List Using "population"

  2002 Economic Review
(Finance) 2002 Economic Review

Provides a compendium of the most asked questions relating to Saskatchewan statistics, including data on agriculture, business, employment, investment and Gross Domestic Product. Published annually.
  2003 Economic Review
(Finance) 2003 Economic Review

Provides a compendium of the most asked questions relating to Saskatchewan statistics, including data on agriculture, business, employment, investment and Gross Domestic Product. Published annually.
  CENSUS SHOWS SASKATCHEWAN GREW BY 65,000 PEOPLE IN FIVE YEARS
(Executive Council) Feb. 08, 2012 - The 2011 Census count was released today and it shows Saskatchewan grew by 65,224 between 2006 and 2011.
  Covered Population (Saskatchewan Health)
(Health) This report, published annually by Saskatchewan Health, is a count of all persons who held Saskatchewan health coverage on June 30th. The Covered Population report is not a census since it only counts persons who are registered for provincial health coverage and not every person who may have been a resident in Saskatchewan on June 30th.
  The Fiscal Burden of the Young and the Elderly
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) In order to attach a fiscal meaning to population aging, the authors of SIPP’s 37th Public Policy Paper developed indicators that incorporate the fiscal impact of changes in the age composition of the population within a given fiscal structure.