Since its inception, The Institute has published over 100 publicly-available reports, as well as numerous articles related to managing change. 

Good decisions can only be made using good information produced through independent research that is vetted by other researchers, interest groups, and affected parties. It has been through The Institute, founded in 1996 as a non-profit membership society, that we have striven to provide a means through which objective analysis can be undertaken to develop a greater understanding of how our communities are changing.

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Population Dynamics 

Languages in Metro Vancouver
Quarterly Demographic Estimates - Q1 2014
People & Jobs in British Columbia's Future: A Scenario for BC's Labour Market to 2041
Suburban Futures: Employment & Population Growth Throughout the Lower Mainland
People & Jobs in the Lower Mainland
Trends in Population Growth and Migration in Canada (Q2 2013)
2011 Census Highlights: Families, Households, & Marital Status
Q3 2011 Migration
Q4 2010 Migration
Housing Market Cycles in the Metro Vancouver Region, 2006 to 2021
Sustainable: British Columbia’s Health Care System and Our Aging Population
Workforce Migration: Expatriate Returnees and Global Human Resource Strategies
Trends Beyond the Horizon, Trends Beyond Demographics: The Changing Nature of Work, Workers, and the Workplace
Canada to 2058: Projections of Demographic Growth & Change for Canada and its Regions
Changing People Changing Places: Demographic and Economic Change in BC
The Impacts of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games on the Sea-to-Sky Housing Markets
Spatial Projections of Population, Housing and Employment in the Southwest Metropolitan Region, 2005 to 2045
A Perfect Storm: Sustaining Canada’s Economy During Our Next Demographic Transformation
Seniors’ Housing Demand in British Columbia over the Next Thirty Years
The Context for Change: Demographics, Life Cycles, Economics, and the Lower Mainland of British Columbia Over the Next Four Decades
Changing People, Changing Participation: Demographic and Behavioural Trends as a Context for the Future of the Canada Pension Plan, 2001 to 2051
The Retiring Kind: An Exploration of the Past and Future of Labour Force Participation in Canada
Street Smart: Demographics and Trends in Motor Vehicle Accident Mortality in British Columbia, 1988 to 2000
Beyond Comparison: Canada’s Organ Donation Rates in an International Context
Adding a Million: A Context for Change Management in the City of Toronto
A Prescription for Growth: The Demographic and Economic Context for Sustaining British Columbia’s Health Care System
Aboriginal Population of British Columbia: A Comparative Analysis of 1996 Census Data on Demographic and Housing Characteristics
Getting There: A Discussion Paper on People, Jobs and Places for 5 Year Transportation Planning
Housing Metropolitan Vancouver's Population: Demographics and Long Run Housing Demand, 1999 to 2040
Housing Ontario's Seniors in the Next 40 Years
Ontario's Population in the Next Four Decades: Eighteen Million Strong and Growing
Without Care? Demographics and Health Spending in British Columbia, 1999 to 2040
Forty Million: Canada's Population in the Next Four Decades
Forty Million: Canada's Population in the Next Four Decades
Housing Alberta's Seniors in the Next 30 Years
Population 4 Million: Alberta's Population in the Next Three Decades
Housing Canada's Seniors in the Next 30 Years
Homes in British Columbia's Future: Demographics and Long Run Housing Demand, 1996 to 2026
What Can You Expect? Life Expectancy in Canada, 1921 to 2021
Just Numbers: Demographic Change and Immigration in Canada's Future
Aging Workforce Lack Boomer Replacements
Seniors and Labour Strategies

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