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Baby boom: Sask. birth count hits 22-year high
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Published Friday, February 1, 2013 9:42AM CST
The number of babies born in Saskatchewan has hit a 22-year high.
The latest numbers show there were 15,035 births in the province last year, up from 14,577 in 2011.
Emma was the most popular name for girls for a fourth straight year, followed by Olivia and Ava.
Liam was the top boy’s name for a third consecutive year, followed by Ethan and Carter.
This information is compiled annually by Information Services Corp., which administers the province's vital statistics registry.
The top 20 lists of baby names for 2012 is available here.