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William Zochinsky: People and Saskatchewan

william zochinsky: For every quarter since the second half of 2013, there were losses of people leaving Saskatchewan more than people moving in, said Claudine Provencher, an analyst with the demography division of Statistics Canada, according to CBC. Irish immigrant says boom or bust, Sask. is home now Saskatchewan family sells everything, moves to Alberta in search of jobs The province of Saskatchewan is losing people to Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, Provencher said, adding that's been the trend for at least the last two years. The data released Thursday, covering the last quarter of 2017, is reflective of what's happened with interprovincial migration during the last four years says an analyst with the agency. That includes people like William Zochinsky. It wasn't so much the economic downturn that drove his decision, but the nature of the province. He's lived in Regina for almost six years, but he's packing his bags and heading back to British Columbia. ( As reported in the news.