We are a portal to an extensive array of searchable resources that will assist you in researching issues related to immigration, ethnic diversity, ministry and demographics. If you’d like to do research on Calgary in the area of demographics the best place to start is with Canadian Census data. Statistics Canada has demographic information down to the census tract level for every neighbourhood in Canada. It provides information for community profiles and a great deal of information about immigration.
The City of Calgary website has a great deal of information on their Research and Data about Calgary page. Here you can find information about the Calgary Immigrants Population Profile; profiles for the 14 Calgary Wards; as well as data on the city’s communities.
A few other websites that would be helpful in doing urban research are listed below.
- Calgary Foundation which produces the annual Calgary Vital Signs report
- The Canadian Urban Institute