Statistical Table

International and interprovincial migration, Capitale-Nationale and all of Québec, 2001-2002, 2006-2007 and 2010-2011 to 2015-2016¹

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Migration Net

International Interprovincial3 non-permanent


Immigrants Emigrants2 Balance In-migrants Out-migrants Balance residents4

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Capitale-Nationale
2001-2002 1,670 373 1,297 1,564 1,895 – 331 180
2006-2007 1,880 225 1,655 1,325 2,229 – 904 67
2010-2011 2,795 333 2,462 1,359 1,612 – 253 174
2011-2012r 3,078 277 2,801 1,280 1,885 – 605 302
2012-2013r 3,361 314 3,047 1,180 1,850 – 670 80
2013-2014r 3,116 421 2,695 1,122 1,799 – 677 34
2014-2015r 2,559 466 2,093 1,123 2,149 – 1,026 26
2015-2016p 3,103 465 2,638 1,323 2,070 – 747 270
  
All of Québec
2001-2002 39,114 6,655 32,459 24,488 28,838 – 4,350 3,665
2006-2007 45,080 3,710 41,370 19,697 32,562 – 12,865 1,566
2010-2011 53,396 6,021 47,375 19,884 24,647 – 4,763 3,676
2011-2012r 54,253 5,492 48,761 20,179 27,094 – 6,915 6,895
2012-2013r 55,966 5,048 50,918 16,879 27,310 – 10,431 1,664
2013-2014r 51,652 6,545 45,107 16,536 30,848 – 14,312 803
2014-2015r 45,533 6,613 38,920 16,611 32,753 – 16,142 721
2015-2016p 55,074 6,645 48,429 19,550 31,619 – 12,069 6,077
  

Geographic boundary and name in force as at January 1st, 2011.
  
1. For the 12-month period July 1 to June 30.
2. The total number of emigrants is the sum of emigrants and the net number of persons temporarily abroad minus the number of returning emigrants. The figure may be negative.
3. Interprovincial migration estimates are derived from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) tax data, except for preliminary data for July 2015 to June 2016, which are based on Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) program data. Due to differences in the data source and calculation method, any comparison between the preliminary and final interprovincial in-migrant and out-migrant estimates must be made with caution.
4. Variation in the number of non-permanent residents. The non-permanent resident balance of 2005-2006 and 2010-2011 should not be compared with the rest of the historical series, because the calculating method for these periods, including census dates, is slightly different.
  
Source: Statistics Canada, Population Estimates Section (March 2017 series).
 
March 8, 2017
     

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