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Some day I`m going to have to see if I can break out the pre-1976 data to make charts like those. So far all I have is prime-age


Is the pre-1976 data even in CANSIM at all? Or would you have to generate it yourself? Presumably you could find it in those old Canada year books that are on-line. Project for an RA!

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