This report analyzes the migration patterns of secondary and interprovincial migrants moving to and from Alberta. In this report secondary migration is defined as the movement of individuals who landed in Canada as immigrants and subsequently relocated from their original province of landing to another province. In addition, interprovincial migration is defined as the migration of individuals from one province of residence to another province of residence.

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ESPC Documents/VITAL SIGNS/Secondary vs Interprovincial Migration.pdf

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