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Statistics Canada population projections

2010-06-16

Queen’s University Department of Geography Professor Mark Rosenberg is available to discuss Statistics Canada’s population projections for Canada from 2009-2036. The report will be released Wednesday, May 26 at 8:30 am. Professor Rosenberg will read the report at that time and be available for interviews throughout the day.

Professor Rosenberg is working extensively on the aging of Canada’s population and what it will mean for public policy in the future. He is also the editor-in-chief of the Canadian Journal on Aging, one of the world’s leading journals in gerontology. Professor Rosenberg has been engaged in a series of studies examining changing demographic, socio-economic and geographic characteristics of various groups within the Canadian population. These studies have included research on the elderly population, the demographic profiles of Ontario 's disabled population and the characteristics of their everyday lives, where immigrants go once they arrive in Canada, and various aspects of Canada’s Native Peoples.

To arrange an interview, please contact Kristyn Wallace at (613)533-6000 ext 79173 or (613)331-0939 kristyn.wallace@queensu.ca or Michael Onesi at (613)533-6000 ext 77513 michael.onesi@queensu.ca,
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