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By the numbers: Immigration from the U.K. to Manitoba

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England to Manitoba:

1967:2,602

1968:2,124

1969:1,395

1970:924

1971:440

1972:481

1973:617

1974:987

1975:1,319

1976:581

1977:443

1978:271

1979:228

1980:458

1981:472

1982:390

1983:104

1984:155

1985:74

1986:94

1987:149

1988:142

1989:125

1990:117

1991:139

1992:137

1993:131

1994:100

1995:126

1996:128

1997:171

1998:87

1999:139

2000:129

2001:117

2002:101

2003:165

2004:147

2005:152

2006:151

2007:178

2008:211

2009:182

2010:145

2011 to Sept.:107

 

Northern Ireland to Manitoba:

1967:237

1968:152

1969:100

1970:136

1971:55

1972:74

1973:63

1974:67

1975:60

1976:57

1977:51

1978:14

1979:20

1980:26

1981:26

1982:23

1983:less than five

1984:less than five

1985:less than five

1986:less than five

1987:20

1988:7

1989:13

1990:6

1991:5

1992:12

1993:less than five

1994:21

1995:9

1996:13

1997:12

1998:36

1999:less than five

2000:less than five

2001:less than five

2002:less than five

2003:14

2004:15

2005:less than five

2006:less than five

2007:7

2008:less than five

2009:8

2010:less than five

2011 to Sept.:less than five

 

Republic of Ireland to Manitoba:

1967:102

1968:136

1969:62

1970:43

1971:30

1972:36

1973:36

1974:53

1975:66

1976:24

1977:25

1978:26

1979:15

1980:25

1981:30

1982:20

1983:10

1984:25

1985:10

1986:5

1987:20

1988:25

1989:30

1990:10

1991:20

1992:15

1993:10

1994:15

1995:less than five

1996:15

1997:15

1998:20

1999:less than five

2000:15

2001:15

2002:less than five

2003:less than five

2004:10

2005:15

2006:15

2007:15

2008:5

2009:less than five

2010:5

2011 to Sept.:10

 

Scotland to Manitoba:

1967:755

1968:451

1969:208

1970:184

1971:102

1972:99

1973:68

1974:210

1975:218

1976:74

1977:68

1978:42

1979:60

1980:118

1981:133

1982:80

1983:29

1984:28

1985:30

1986:26

1987:44

1988:45

1989:32

1990:20

1991:33

1992:36

1993:22

1994:51

1995:11

1996:38

1997:41

1998:23

1999:28

2000:23

2001:28

2002:less than five

2003:11

2004:31

2005:35

2006:22

2007:16

2008:26

2009:14

2010:19

2011 to Sept.:less than five

 

Wales to Manitoba:

1967:97

1968:33

1969:36

1970:25

1971:18

1972:7

1973:8

1974:27

1975:42

1976:20

1977:7

1978:9

1979:2

1980:35

1981:54

1982:30

1983:less than five

1984:less than five

1985:less than five

1986:less than five

1987:7

1988:5

1989:9

1990:10

1991:10

1992:8

1993:less than five

1994:10

1995:8

1996:16

1997:9

1998:14

1999:less than five

2000:less than five

2001:less than five

2002:18

2003:5

2004:9

2005:less than five

2006:less than five

2007:12

2008:less than five

2009:12

2010:less than five

2011 to Sept.:less than five

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 28, 2012 J5

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