“Interprovincial Migration: Where Are Canadians Headed” TD Economics

Jan 27, 2011 | Corporate Member News

With the economic recovery well under way, 2010 had a significant pickup in interpro­vincial migration. Roughly 1% of Canadians (337,000) were on the move. This was 45,000 more than in 2009 and the larg­est share of population since 1998. As the economy matures toward a slow expansion phase, we forecast a slight easing in gross interprovincial migration. 

In relative terms, Manitoba and P.E.I. will continue to shed the most residents, while other Atlantic provinces hover near balanced positions. 

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