Social and community statistics

Statistics and analysis related to societies and communities in Alberta.

Alberta Provincial Electoral Divisions (PEDs)

Provincial Electoral Division (PEDs) referenced in this set of documents are territorial units which:

  • have Electoral Boundaries that will be in effect for the 2019 Provincial General Election
  • are represented by an elected Member to serve in the Alberta Provincial Legislative Assembly

The following PED profile documents provide detailed demographic and socio-economic information. Data has been specifically tabulated from the 2016 Census of Canada. There is also an interactive map to view different characteristics of the population by PED.

PED profiles, tables and maps (PDF)

Interactive and thematic maps

View different characteristics of the population by PED:

Source data files

Supplementary reports and data files

PEDs – 2011 profiles

PEDs referenced in this set of documents are territorial units which:

  • have Electoral Boundaries defined by the Alberta Electoral Divisions Act, Chapter E-4.2, 2010
  • are represented by an elected Member to serve in the Alberta Provincial Legislative Assembly

The following PED profile documents provide detailed demographic and socio-economic information. Data has been specifically tabulated from the 2011 Census of Canada and National Household Survey. There is also an interactive map to view different characteristics of the population by PED.

Technical notes and definitions

We strongly recommend users download and refer to the Technical Notes and Definitions document.

Find your PED

Use the search tools available on the Elections Alberta website to find your PED.

PED profiles, tables and maps (PDF)

Interactive and thematic maps

View different characteristics of the population by PED:

Source data files

Other Statistics

The following social and community statistics are available. For other related statistics and analysis, see Census of Canada highlights.

PDF reports and CSV datasets

* Open data licensed under Alberta’s Open Government Licence

** Not open – see PDF for metadata risk considerations, data source and contact information

+ These documents were produced by Office of Statistics and Information and Status of Women

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Jennifer Hansen, Manager, Demography and Social Statistics
Office of Statistics and Information

Phone: 780-427-8811
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)
Email: jennifer.hansen@gov.ab.ca

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