Population Research Laboratory (PRL) , Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta

Established in 1966, the Population Research Laboratory (PRL) is a centre for social science research at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. With more than 100 employees, the PRL is the largest centre of its kind in Western Canada. It has extensive experience in conducting research in the areas of science and technology, education, health, labour markets, social policy, immigration, public opinion and the environment. Our clients and partners include academic researchers, university administrators, government departments and agencies, regional health authorities, professional associations and non-governmental organizations. For more information about our services or projects, please contact us 

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 In & Out of the PRL  

In 2016, the PRL will be 50 years old. H.M. Tory Building at the University of Alberta, the Department of Anthropology in Tory and the University of Calgary will also celebrate 50 years. 


2015 Métis Settlements Census

Hot off the Press from the Alberta Survey 2014
Research Brief- Postsecondary Education in Alberta
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For details on our upcoming 2015 Alberta Survey. Please click
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