Population projections for the registered Indian population 1973 to 1990 / by Andrew J. Siggner with the assistance of Chantal Locatelli.: R5-365/1977E-PDF
"It is absolutely essential for senior policy makers and program managers to have a clear understanding of the future size, growth, age and sex structure and geographic distribution of the population in order to anticipate and plan for short and long-term issues which will face their client population. The demographic structure of a population sets "the stage" or the broad parameters within which a range of actions will likely occur."--Introduction.
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|Title||Population projections for the registered Indian population 1973 to 1990 / by Andrew J. Siggner with the assistance of Chantal Locatelli.|
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|Note(s)|| Title from cover. |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1977.|
|Author / Contributor|| Siggner, Andrew J. |
|Description||i, 34 p. : graphs|
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|Subject terms||Status Indians, Population distribution, Aboriginal affairs|
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