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ID #:   5070
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Description:   Unemployment rate, employment rate, number employed, unemployed, participation rate by gender, age and industry sector (including public sector). Number of employees and self-employed. Includes data on student employment [part-time jobs, summer jobs]
 
Publication Date:   7/9/2010
Frequency:   Monthly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, economic regions, census metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/9/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39270178
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Description:   % of Canadians exposed to various media "yesterday" and average time spent. (TV, Radio, Internet, Daily newspaper, Magazine) by age group, gender and language (English & French)

Also attitudes towards advertising by type (TV, Radio, Internet, Out-of-home, Newspaper, Magazine) - Which is most influential, most authoritative, most powerful, most effective, most engaging, most persuasive, most relevant?

Which of the following is your primary source for News (TV, Radio, Newspaper, Magazine, Internet), Which is your primary source for Local Weather, Traffic or Sports?

 
Publication Date:   6/28/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/28/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39270101
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Description:   % reporting most days quite a bit or extremely stressful, by age group and sex, 2009
 
Publication Date:   6/15/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Health Region
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/15/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39270098
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Description:   % being satisfied or very satisfied with life, by age group and sex, 2009, Satisfaction with life by perceived health
 
Publication Date:   6/15/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Health Region
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/15/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39270095
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Description:   % who had at least one alcoholic drink in the past year, by age group, % who consumed five or more drinks per occasion at least 12 times a year, by age group.
 
Publication Date:   6/15/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Health Region
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/15/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39270092
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Description:   % reporting that they consumed fruit and vegetables at least five times daily, by age group and sex, 2009
 
Publication Date:   6/15/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Health Region
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/15/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39266084
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Description:   Canadian Consumer Confidence index based on five components: % say it's a good time to make a major purchase, % say the economy will be better in five years, % say they will be better off next year than today, % say they are better off today than last year, % say the Canadian economy will be stronger in a year.
 
Publication Date:   6/10/2010
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/11/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   14417
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Description:   Database designed to provide basic health indicators for each health region in Canada. Includes data on Health Status: Self-rated health, Self-esteem, Body mass index (BMI), Chronic conditions (Arthritis/rheumatism, Diabetes, Asthma, High blood pressure, Pain or discomfort that affects activities, Pain or discomfort by severity, Depression), Low birth weight, Preterm births, Cancer incidence, COPD, Injuries, Disabilities/limitations, Life-expectancy without disability, Infant/perinatal mortality, Life expectancy, Mortality by selected causes (Circulatory disease deaths, Cancer deaths, Respiratory disease deaths, Suicide, Unintentional injury deaths, AIDS deaths) , Potential years of life lost, Injury Hospitalization Rate.

Results by age group and gender.

 
Publication Date:   5/27/2010
Frequency:   Semi-Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, health regions
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/27/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   14419
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Description:   Database designed to provide basic health indicators for each health region in Canada. Includes data on Health system performance: Patient satisfaction, Disease prevention and detection (Influenza immunization, Screening mammography, Pap smear), Caesarean section, Vaginal birth after caesarean section, Deaths due to medically-treatable diseases, Pneumonia and influenza hospitalizations, Ambulatory care sensitive conditions, 30-day in-hospital mortality, Readmissions (Readmission rate for Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI), asthma, hysterectomy, pneumonia and prostatectomy) , Hospital efficiency (May not require hospitalization, Expected compared to actual stay), Hip fracture hospitalization In-hospital hip fracture, Surgical waiting times for hip fracture surgery

Results by age group and gender.

 
Publication Date:   5/27/2010
Frequency:   Semi-Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, health regions
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/27/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   14418
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Description:   Database designed to provide basic health indicators for each health region in Canada. Includes data on Non-medical determinants of health: Smoking (status and age when first started), Exposure to second-hand smoke, Drinking, Physical activity, Breastfeeding practices, Dietary practices (Fruit and vegetable consumption), Education (graduates - high school, postsecondary), Labour force (unemployment), Decision latitude at work, Income (low income, average personal income), Housing (housing affordability, occupied private dwellings and average dwelling value), Crime (By offence category for major cities), Adults and youths charged (By offence category by province only), Social support, Life stress.

Results by age group and gender.

 
Publication Date:   5/27/2010
Frequency:   Semi-Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, health regions
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/27/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   14420
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Description:   Database designed to provide basic health indicators for each health region in Canada. Includes data on Community and health system characteristics:

Population attributes (Youth, under 15 years and Seniors, 65 years and over, as a proportion of total population, Aboriginal population, Immigrant Population, Lone-parents, Visible minorities, Teen pregnancy)

Geographic attributes (Population density, Urban-rural population, Internal migrant mobility)

Contact with alternative health care providers, Contact with health professionals (medical doctors, health professionals about mental health, dental professionals)

Inflow/outflow ratios (Overall, Bypass Surgery, Hip Replacement, Knee Replacement, Hysterectomy), Utilization rates (Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) Rate, Hip Replacement Rate, Knee Replacement Rate, Hysterectomy Rate)

Health Professionals (General/Family Practitioner Rate, Certified Specialists Rate)

Results by age group and gender.

 
Publication Date:   5/27/2010
Frequency:   Semi-Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, health regions
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/27/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269995
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Description:   This report presents the results of six population projection scenarios by age group and sex up to 2036 for the provinces and territories and up to 2061 for Canada.

Includes: births, deaths, immigrants, emigrants, net interprovincial migration, net non-permanent residents.

 
Publication Date:   5/26/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/26/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269945
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Description:   Detailed report on the state of Household debt (consumer) in Canada. Includes: Canadian household debt, 1989-2009, Growth of components of household debt (mortgage vs. consumer credit), Owner's equity as a percentage of real estate

Measures of household debt, Household debt-service ratio, Mortgage costs ratio, Household exposure to asset price shock, 1990 and 2009, Distribution of household debt and assets by age groups

Consumer insolvency, year-to-year change [personal bankruptcy], Average size of consumer bankruptcy, Value of residential structures vs. Mortgage arrears, Bankruptcy vs. Mortgage arrears

Reasons for increasing debt (Purchase of a new residence, Expenses for leisure and entertainment, Health related expenses, Purchase of consumer durables, Purchase of a new car, Interest charges, Day-to-day living expenses, Enrolling in an educational program

Types of debt (credit card, mortgage, car loan, line of credit, home equity line of credit, bank loan, student loan), Changes in level of type of debt, Reason for having troubles managing debt, Attitude towards debt, Changes in household income over the past three years, Changes in household assets (e.g. principle residence, private pensions assets RRSPs, business assets)

Household sensitivity to negative shocks (e.g. change in mortgage rates), Reasons for increased household spending, Ways of handling unforeseen expenditures of $500 and $5,000, Primary source of pension income (e.g. RRSP savings, Inheritance, Government transfers)

Level of confidence regarding the adequacy of financial situation at retirement, Purpose of regular saving, Participation in tax-preferred savings plans (RRSP, RESP, DC pension plans, DB pension plans), Awareness & investment regarding TFSAs

 
Publication Date:   5/11/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/12/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39262814
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Description:   Survey of Canadian adult Internet use. Includes % use Internet by location of access (home, work, school, public library), by sex and age group, by education, by income quartile, by household type (single family with children, single family without children, single person, multi-family households), urban/rural

Internet activities (E-mail, Participating in chat groups or using a messenger, Searching for information on Canadian municipal, provincial or federal government, Communicating with Canadian municipal, provincial or federal government, Searching for medical or health re lated information, Education, training or school work, Travel information or making travel arrangements, Paying bills - Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP), Electronic banking, Researching investments, Playing games [online gaming], Obtaining or downloading music [music downloading], Obtaining or saving software, Viewing the news or sports, Obtaining weather reports or road conditions, Listening to the radio over the Internet [online radio], Downloading or watching television [online TV], Downloading or watching a movie [download movies], Researching community events, Research other matters (family history, parenting), General browsing (surfing), Other Internet activity, Job search, Contribute content (blogs, photos, discussion groups) [social networking sites], Make telephone calls [VoIP], Sell goods/services [aution sites]

Health and medical information sought online: Information search for lifestyle, for alternative therapy, for health care system or delivery, for drugs or medications, for surgeries, for specific diseases, for analysis of specific symptoms, Other (2005 and 2007 data only)

Government on-line activities: Searching for government related information, Filing personal income tax [E-filing taxes] , Downloading a government form, Submitting a completed form, Accessing information on a government program or service, Communicating with government departments or employees, Communicating with an elected official, Voting in a municipal, provincial or federal election, Providing opinion during an on-line government consultation, Other government on-line (GOL) activity

Education related activities online: Distance education, self-directed learning or correspondence courses, Researching information for project assignments or for solving academic problems, Communicating with teachers and peers, Communicating with administration, registering or obtaining marks (2005 data only)

Use an instant messenger [instant messaging], Job search

 
Publication Date:   5/10/2010
Frequency:   Every Two Years
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, limited provincial and metropolitan area detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/10/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269912
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Description:   Highlights from a survey that probed for presence, frequency and intensity of approximately 150 symptoms associated with discomfort, disease and emotional stress. Covers: Covers the following systems: Musculoskeletal, Psycho-Social, Gastro-Intestinal, Emotional, Head & neck, Uro-Gynecological, Neurological, Cardio-Respiratory. Results by age group and gender,
 
Publication Date:   5/6/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/7/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269915
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Description:   Survey of "sandwich generation". Includes: % need to support both their parents and children financially, % of them qualify this situation as very or somewhat stressful

% assist their parents in carrying out domestic activities, Of those assisting their parents, % said that it was a significant source of stress for them.

Main struggles for sandwich generation - % report managing their schedule to make themselves available for both parents and children, making themselves available for visits to health professionals with their parents, providing psychological support during disability and illness

% say that they expected that the needs of their parents will increase over the coming years

% suggested that the best solution would be to relocate parents to a home better suited to their parents' needs, such as an assisted living residence or nursing home, % said that they would seek help from provincial health services or ask family members for help.

 
Publication Date:   5/5/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/7/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269906
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Description:   Survey of the costs associated with complying with tax regulations (2007 tax year). Includes: % of tax filers by tax preparation mode (Self using paper form, Self using software on own computer, Self using internet based software, Not for profit group, Friend or family member, Paid tax preparer)

Time and $ spent on direct compliance and on appeals and planning, Time spent on readying & sorting, Gathering information, Time for self preparers, Time of meeting with preparers, Time of other unpaid preparers

Specific amounts ($) spent (Tax preparers, Cost of software, Small out-of-pocket expenses)

Detailed by gender, age group, education, marital status, language skills, province/region, income, type of income (e.g. self-employed, wages & salaries, private pension, capital gains), Experience with tax system, Tax law provisions used

[E-filing taxes, Income tax]

 
Publication Date:   4/29/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/7/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269854
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Description:   % of mobile Internet users say they use their phone for general shopping, % of those with Internet on their mobile handset are using it to comparison shop while theyíre in a retail store.

Breakdown of people who use the internet on their handset (gender, age group, household income)

 
Publication Date:   4/28/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/28/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269808
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Description:   % own a smartphone by age group [NGen (Gen Y), Gen X, Baby boomers, Seniors

Use of mobile device features [smartphone] - % report: Phone calls, Clock/alarm, Text messaging, Camera Calendar/agenda/organizer, Email, Emergencies Only, Instant messaging/Blackberry messenger, MP3ís /music/ videos, Picture/ video messaging, Web browsing, GPS or mapping services, Downloading (games, ringtones, etc), Search, Facebook mobile [social networking sites], Contests/promotions, Subscriptions/alerts, Twitter mobile (by age group)

Awareness of mobile GPS by age group, % have enabled the GPS feature on their mobile and used it to locate their position on a map,

% prefer a permanent application that accessed information right on their device, % prefer to access a website optimized for my mobile's internet browser (by smartphone type - Blackberry, iPhone, Other smartphone)

% have never downloaded a mobile application, Type of mobile apps downloaded (Games [video games], Social networking/Instant messaging, Music, Entertainment, News, Productivity & reference (e.g calendar), Health & fitness/ lifestyle, Work related, Travelling, Finance & money management, Student-related

Use of mobile phone camera, ways in which pictures taken with mobile device are shared [digital camera]

Ways in which games on played on mobile devices by age group (play games by myself, let other (e.g. my child) play games, play networked games with others)

Use of mobile device while at home, Reasons for use at home, Reasons for text massaging, % would be willing to receive ads on their mobile phone. [mobile internet, cell phone]

Some results presented by gender.

 
Publication Date:   4/14/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/19/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39264484
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Description:   Income data based on tax returns. Includes median income by sex and age group, single-earner and dual-earner families, by number of children, husband-wife families, by wife's contribution to husband-wife employment income, Median total income for couple families, lone-parent families and persons not in families

Low Income Measures (LIM) [poverty line], by family type and family type composition, Economic dependency ratio, Seniors' characteristics, by age group and source of income, Separate data for self-employed income [self-employment].

 
Publication Date:   3/29/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/29/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39265207
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Description:   Automobile collisions and casualties, Fatalities and serious injuries by age group, Fatalities by road user class (pedestrian, drivers, passengers, motorcycles, bicycles), Casualty rates (per population, per vehicle km, per licensed drivers)

% of fatally injured drived found to be drinking (drunk driving), Seat belt use among fatally and seriously injuered drivers and passengers, Number of collisions by location (urban/rural) [Motor vehicle accidents, car accidents]

Number of licensed drivers by age group and gender, Motor vehicle registrations by type of vehicle (Light duty, Commercial, Motorcycles).

 
Publication Date:   3/26/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/19/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269374
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Description:   The publication presents a compilation of tables produced at the Canada level, by sex and age groups (6-11, 12-19, 20-39, 40-59, 60-79) for various directly measured health measures.

Includes: diastolic blood pressure, systolic blood pressure, grip strength norms, number of partial curl-ups, back fitness norms, sit and reach measure, musculoskeletal fitness norms, measured waist circumference, measured hip circumference, measured waist-to-hip ratio, body mass index, self-reported weight and height, ratio of the best forced expiratory volume in one second to the best forced vital capacity, mean predicted maximal aerobic power, dental status (Dentate, Edentulous with one or more implants)

Distribution of the household population by the concentration of plasma vitamin D, plasma homocysteine, whole blood red cell folate, serum total cholesterol, serum triglycerides, serum low density lipoproteins, serum apolipoprotein, plasma glucose

Prevalence of hepatitis A antibody within the household population, Prevalence of hepatitis B surface antibody within the household population.

 
Publication Date:   3/23/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/23/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   2283
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Description:   Numbers and rates of deaths by month, marital status, age and sex; infant, neonatal, postnatal and prenatal deaths, location of death, hospital deaths subject to autopsy, life expectancy.

This report does not include cause of death details.

 
Publication Date:   2/23/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/23/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39267091
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Description:   Detailed profile of smokers in Canada. Includes Smoking status and average number of cigarettes smoked per day, Nicotine dependence, daily smokers, Number of quit attempts in the past 12 months, Stages of change categories by age group and sex, by ever smokers (Precontemplation, Contemplation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance)

Smoking and pregnancy, Smoking and education, Exposure of children at home to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) (second-hand smoke)

Fire risk: % of current smokers aged 15 years and older reported smoking in bed in the past week, % said they had done so everyday, % once a week, % of current smokers reported having fallen asleep with a lit cigarette (this could be in bed, on a sofa, or in a chair) at least once, % reported leaving a lit cigarette burning in an ashtray in the past 12 months

Ever used/tried marijuana, cannabis or hashish, by smoking status.

Most data by age group (including teens) and gender.

 
Publication Date:   2/8/2010
Frequency:   Semi-Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/8/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39263880
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Description:   This publication presents annual estimates of population for census metropolitan areas, economic regions and census divisions of Canada as well as estimates of the following components of population change: births, deaths, immigration, emigration, returning emigration, net temporary emigration, net non-permanent residents and inter-provincial and intra-provincial migration.
 
Publication Date:   2/4/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Metropolitan Areas, Sub-provincial, Regions
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/4/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39268452
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Description:   Total population, Estimates of population, by sex and age group, Components of population growth (births, deaths, immigrants, emigrants, in-migrants, out-migrants) for census divisions (e.g. regional municipalities) and census metropolitan areas.
 
Publication Date:   2/4/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, census divisions (e.g. regional municipalities), census metropolitan areas, economic regions.
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/4/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269372
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Description:   Report examines fitness of Canadian adults. Includes: Percentage distribution of response outcomes for fitness tests, by sex and age group (20-39, 40-59, 60-69 years) - Aerobic fitness test, Flexibility test (sit-and-reach), Muscular endurance (partial curl-ups), Muscular strength (grip strength), Percentage screened out of aerobic fitness tests, by sex and age group

Descriptive statistics for selected fitness measures, by sex and age group - Aerobic fitness: predicted maximal aerobic power, Flexibility: sit-and-reach (cm), Muscular endurance, Muscular strength: grip strength, Body mass index, Waist circumference, Waist-to-hip ratio.

Percentage distribution of health benefit ratings of selected fitness measures, by sex, household population aged, Mean and median values for selected fitness measures, by sex and age group, Canada, 1981 and 2007-2009

Portrait of typical 45-year-old male and female, 1981 and 2007-2009.

 
Publication Date:   1/13/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/13/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269379
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Description:   Distribution of men and women aged 18 to 79 among BMI categories, Comparison of average BMI among Canadian and American adults aged 20 to 79.
 
Publication Date:   1/13/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, U.S.
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/13/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269358
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Description:   Survey of baby boomer employees and retirement.

Includes: Do you have a plan when you would like to retire from your current job? Have you shared this information with your employer? Which of the following scenarios best illustrates your ideal retirement circumstances at your current job (Hard stop, Ease into retirement with flexible hours/part-time leading up to hard stop, Staying on in a full or part-time capacity), how long would you ideally want this extended circumstance to continue?

% have a well thought out and developed financial plan for the years after I reach the age 65, have a well thought out and developed life plan as to what I am going to do with myself

% are scared to raise their retirement plan with their employer because they might not be treated well in the Interim, % agree: Our company would benefit from a standard, third party, professionally run program put in place, Likelihood of participating in an intensive workshop for soon to be retirees.

Results by age group (50-54, 55-59, 60-64+), gender, education

 
Publication Date:   1/7/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/11/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269330
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Description:   % of Canadians aged 43 to 63 [Baby Boomers] with children say they also provide some type of support to their aging parents [sandwich generation], % say they experience stress as a result of these combined responsibilities, % feel they're repaying their parents for their upbringing, % are bothered about giving money to their adult children.

% boomer parents indicate that they are currently contributing to their child's post-secondary education or have already done so, % expect to make this expenditure, % of boomer parents say that their own parents did not offer this type of assistance.

% say they expect their children to be financially self-sufficient by age 25, % say they themselves became financially self-supporting before age 21

% boomer parents have children aged 19 and over living away from home, % boomer parents have a child aged 19 or over living at home, % say that their adult child makes no financial contribution to the household.

Due to the time spent helping both parents and children % sandwich boomers say they've postponed or cancelled travel plans, % say they're unable to focus on their own hobbies and interests, Due to financial assistance provided, % say they've been forced to reduce the amount they're investing for retirement, % say they have adopted a less comfortable lifestyle, % expressed concern that this financial assistance will jeopardize their retirement security.

 
Publication Date:   1/5/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/6/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269501
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Description:   Series of reports on physical activity among Canadians. Includes: Leisure-time physical activity, Sports participation rates, Most popular sports by age group (includes teenagers), Level of structure in sport participation, Receive coaching/training, Knowledge of minimum physical activity required for health benefits

Beliefs about the benefits of physical activity, Trends in positive attitudes to wards physical activity, % agree that family members walk regularly, most people know walk regularly, friends walk regularly

% believe they have control over their ability to be active, % intend to be physical active.

Most results by age group, some income and gender detail included.

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2010
Frequency:   Current
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/8/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269392
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   % of the Canadian workers over 40 surveyed in a 2009 study indicated they hope to transition to retirement by gradually reducing their hours, stop working altogether, continue working, take more days off and vacations. Results compared to responses of current retirees.
 
Publication Date:   12/16/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/14/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269393
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Survey of workers over 40 years old and full or partial retirees on personal finances. Includes: Compared with a year ago, would you say that your financial situation has improved, remained the same or deteriorated? Why has your financial situation improved? Why has your financial situation deteriorated?

Currently, what is the approximate value of all your personal debts? Compared with a year ago, would you say that the value of your personal debts has increased, remained the same or decreased? [Household debt (consumer), Financial Crisis 2008]

 
Publication Date:   12/14/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/15/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269265
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Survey on Christmas Shopping. Includes: Proportion of holiday spending by one week segments prior to Christmas day, % of Canadians have delayed at least some of their shopping this year in anticipation of lower prices and bigger sales, Top ten projected retail stores of holiday season 2009

Average amount expected to spend on gifts, Negative shopping experiences cited - % reported crowds, long line-ups, % of customers who have had a bad shopping experience never returned to that retailer, % have told others about a bad holiday shopping experience

Top gift categories for purchase, hope to receive, % will pay for holiday gifts by credit card, debit card, cash, % willing to go out of their way to shop where they can accumulate reward points [loyalty programs], % collect AIR MILES, Hbc rewards, Shoppers Optimum, Factors that influence where to shop.

Includes some details by gender and age group.

 
Publication Date:   12/9/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/11/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269214
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Survey of Canadian workers over 40 years old and retirees. Includes: % of todayís workers (including partial retirees) were once fully retired before returning to work, Main reason for going back to work, Ideal age for retirement [retirement age], % hope to transition into retirement by first reducing their work schedule, % say they plan to stop working completely, at once.

% of Canadian workers and retirees say their personal financial situation has improved in the past year [Financial Crisis 2008], Main reasons behind the deterioration experienced

% of Canadian workers and retirees have $1,000 or less in debt, % are in debt for over $50,000, % say their debt has increased in the past year

% have $1,000 or less in personal savings, % have more than $100,000 put away, % say their savings and investments have increased this year (vs. decreased), % say their savings habits have changed somewhat or a lot in the past year, % say their confidence in financial institutions has not changed in the past year

When asked about how they spend their money in retirement, % of full retirees say they spend as much as they want, % spend to cover basic needs plus some "extras" while % spend only to cover their basic needs.

When asked about the impact of recent financial scandals on their faith in financial advisors, % say they have less confidence, % say their faith has remained unchanged.

 
Publication Date:   12/3/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/6/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   12849
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Description:   Demographic data by age and sex. Covers number of people, number of deaths, number of international migrants, number of interprovincial migrants, total births by sex.
 
Publication Date:   11/27/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/29/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269119
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Financial priorities of Canadians - % report: Retirement savings [RRSP], Home ownership, Regular payments to reduce or eliminate debt, General savings for a rainy day, Just trying to keep your head above water, Savings for a large self rewarding purchase e.g., vacation, etc., Saving for children or grandchildren's education, Building an investment portfolio, Home renovation, Supporting aging parents, Purchasing a recreational/investment property [cottage]

Results by age group (2008 vs. 2009)

% agree: The financial challenges of the life events that I have experienced over the past 12 months have been a big burden [Financial Crisis 2008], The emotional challenges of the life events that I have experienced over the past 12 months are a bigger burden than the financial challenges

% need help in developing a financial plan to achieve their financial goals, need help with budgeting their day-to-day expenses. [financial advisor]

 
Publication Date:   11/17/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/17/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269118
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Description:   Survey of Canadian Baby Boomers in relation to their parents' mobility difficulties. Includes: % of Boomers who rate specific issues "very/somewhat" important and who discuss the issue with their parent "very often or often": Parentís physical health, Parentís housing arrangement, Parentís security/safety, Parentís ability to perform daily activities, Managing your parentís finances, Parentís mental health, Parentís lack of regular exercise, How your parent will get around on their own, Parentís ability to perform self-care activities, Who will care for your parent, If parentís should continue to drive

Generally speaking, what level of knowledge would you say you have about how to go about assisting your parent to deal with the mobility issues they're facing? And, how prepared would you say you are for being able to assist your parent in dealing with the mobility issues your parents are dealing with?

Results by province, age group, age group of mother/father, household income. [senior care, care givers]

 
Publication Date:   11/17/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/17/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39265383
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Number of RRSP contributors, Total Contributions, Median Contributions. Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions, by contributor characteristics (age group, income level, median contribution, gender), Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) room (% with room by amount of room available), Summary characteristics of Canadian taxfilers (age group, income level)
 
Publication Date:   11/16/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/16/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269138
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Description:   This report examines the generational difference and similarities that exist in the workplace. It covers Popular stereotypes of baby Boomers, Gen X and gen Y workers, How these generation see themselves, How they perceive one another, Individual workers' self-perceptions and workplace preferences.
 
Publication Date:   11/16/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/19/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269112
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Description:   International survey on how prepared households are for financial emergencies. Includes: How confident are you that you could come up with $2000 if an unexpected need arose within the next month?

Where will funds for unexpected expense come from? (% report Draw from savings, Use credit cards, Borrow or ask for help from my family, Open or use a home equity line of credit or take out a second mortgage, Work overtime, get a second job, or another member of my household would work longer or go to work)

Results by gender, age group, Canada, provinces and selected countries [budgeting]

 
Publication Date:   11/12/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces and selected countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/15/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268848
Title:   This information available to subscribers only. For more information click here
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Description:   Overview market and media reach data. Includes: Population size, home language by metropolitan area, retail sales.

Advertising revenue and growth by medium (TV - national, local, network, specialty, infomercial, Radio, Daily newspaper, Consumer magazine, Outdoor and transit (out of home OOH), Internet (Search, E-mail, Video, Display, Directories), Catalogue/direct mail, Phone directories (Yellow Pages) [Advertising spend by segment]

TV audience share by network, viewing habits, % penetration of VCR, DVD, PVR, satellite TV, digital TV by province, metropolitan area, Average weekly hours per viewer tuned by station by gender, children & teens

Average weekly hours radios tuned by gender and age group, Radio audience composition by time block, Share of radio hours tuned by major station

Newspaper (daily & community) readership by age, Weekday readership of free dailies, Circulation of specific newspapers and magazines, typical ad rates

Out of home ad rates (billboards), Weekly average in-town kilometres travelled per capita, Transit advertising rates

Total unique Internet visitors by household income, connection speed [High Speed Access], Unique visitors to Facebook April 2007 - Nov 2008 [social networking sites], Average minutes per visitor to Facebook by age group, Search engine market in Canada, Number of unique visitors to online gaming sites by gender and age group,

Also see previous issues for slightly different details:ID: 9636 & ID: 39264384, ID: 39265072 & ID: 39267296

 
Publication Date:   11/1/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada, some provincial & metropolitan detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/6/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269017
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Description:   % of Canadians now have Internet access at home (By age group 18-34, 35-54, 55+), % use dial-up access, % have high speed access,
 
Publication Date:   10/27/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/27/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268988
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Description:   Survey of Baby Boomer small business owners. Includes: % of Baby Boomer small business owners retiring in the next ten years, % of owners do not have a formal succession plan, % plan to close down their business when they fully retire, % have said the recession has had a negative impact on their bottom line [Financial Crisis 2008], % have revised their retirement date due to the economic recession

% of small and medium enterprise owners said if they could do it all over again, they would still decide to own their own business.

% of family businesses survive to the second generation, to the third generation [family business]

Source for funding a new business - % report personal savings, Taking out a loan.

 
Publication Date:   10/20/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/16/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268978
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Description:   % of baby boomers still have at least one living parent or parent-in-law, Among this group, % report they are providing care in one form or another for aging parents, Average travel distance and time devoted each month to senior care, % are also providing financial assistance to their parents, Average dollar amount provided each month.

Responsibilities that boomers have taken on to support their parents - % report companionship, transportation to appointments or social events, home maintenance , household chores, help with banking and investment activities or financial decision-making, ensuring health-care needs are met

% caregivers identify their financial commitments to their parents as a source of stress, % say it makes them feel very good to provide this support, % feel like they're repaying their parents for the time and effort that went into their own upbringing.

% believe that their parents expect this type of assistance, % say that their parents' emotional demands are a source of stress, % identify their parents' demands on their time as a strain, % say their responsibilities result in lost time at work.

Among those providing help to their parents, % are also parents themselves [sandwich generation], % describe these combined duties as a source of additional stress.

% of caregiving boomers agree that their relationships with their parents have improved and their connection as a family has strengthened as a result of their responsibilities

% of caregivers are going it alone, % share the load with their spouses, siblings or other family members, % indicated any negative impact on their relationships

 
Publication Date:   10/19/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/20/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268951
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Description:   Volunteering rate and median annual volunteer hours by age group (2007)
 
Publication Date:   10/16/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/16/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268900
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Description:   Average number of hours Canadian baby boomers spend daily in front of digital screens (computers, cell phones, TVs), % are associating their eye and vision complaints with prolonged screen time
 
Publication Date:   10/1/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268894
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Description:   Highlights from a survey on saving. Includes: % of Canadians aged 18-to-34 say that they learned about saving money from their mom and dad, % say they are saving 10-25% of their total monthly income vs. Canadians 55+, % 18-to-34 said debt was their biggest barrier to saving (by gender)

% agreed that putting money into your savings account each month is the best way to save by age group (18 to 34, 35 to 54, 55+), % 18 to 34 try to save money by economizing, such as by bringing lunch to work.

% of 35-to-54 year olds remember planning and sticking to a monthly budget when they started saving money (by gender)

% motivated to save by the desire to purchase a home (by age group), % had savings set aside for an unexpected expense or emergency (by age group), % considered themselves to be financially responsible (by age group), % of 18-to-34 year-olds are checking at least once a week vs. 55+.

 
Publication Date:   9/30/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268816
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Description:   This study examines the increasing prevalence of the proportion of mothers aged 40 to 44 with a pre-school aged child (0 to 4 years of age) over the past 20 years. It also presents a socio-economic profile of these mothers, in particular their education levels, occupations and place of birth.

Includes: The 10 metropolitan areas with the highest and the lowest proportions of women aged 40 to 44, who were mothers of pre-school-aged children

Number of hours spent on childcare and on providing care to a senior, by mothers 40 to 44, by age of child(ren)

 
Publication Date:   9/17/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some metropolitan detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/18/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268803
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Description:   % of Canadians were sexually active before university/college by age group, When did you break up with your high-school sweetheart? Where is the best place to pick up at university/college (residence, bars, library, campus grocery store, class, other), How many romantic partners did you have in university/college by gender.
 
Publication Date:   9/4/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/15/2009
 
 
 
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