Olivia and Noah most popular baby names in Sask. for 2022


Olivia and Noah topped the list as the most popular baby names in Saskatchewan in 2022 according to a list released by eHealth Saskatchewan. It was the eighth year in a row that Olivia topped the list for girls, and the second year in a row Noah was the most popular name for boys, which took over from longtime favourite Liam, according to eHealth’s list.The second-most popular name for baby girls in 2022 was Amelia — up from eighth place in 2021.According to the data, published on Feb. 13, there were 60 newborn baby girls named Olivia in Saskatchewan in 2022, followed by Amelia (44), Emma (43), Ava (41), Lily (39) and Sophia (37). Story continues below advertisement There were 58 baby boys named Noah in 2022, followed by Liam (52) and Leo (47). Jack and Lucas tied for fourth place (44), and Benjamin and Theodore tied for fifth (43).According to eHealth Saskatchewan, some new names made the top 20 list in 2022. Mia is back on the girls’ list at number 15. Mia only made the top 20 list once before in the last 10 years. Walker is number 12 and Beau is number 16 on the list of boy names. Trending Now The top 20 baby names in 2022 in Saskatchewan. Courtesy of eHealth Saskatchewan The girls’ list saw some drop-offs from 2021. Baby girl names that did not carry over to the 2022 top 20 list were Harper, Aria, Avery and Nova.Meanwhile, more than one-third of the most popular baby boy names from 2021 didn’t reappear on the 2022 top 20 list. These include Grayson, Jackson, Henry, Brooks, Bennett, Emmett and Rhett. Story continues below advertisement There were a total of 12,802 live births for 2022 registered in Saskatchewan as of Feb. 13, 2023, according to eHealth Saskatchewan, with the final count expected to be completed in March. The number of live births registered in 2021 was 14,559.Those numbers do not include Saskatchewan mothers who gave birth outside of the province. 1:54 Study shows inflation one cause of declining mental health among Canadians &copy 2023 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

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