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April 2002     Vol. 3, no. 4

Longitudinal Administrative Database/Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario, 1986 to 1994

A new file including data on a sample of Ontario workers permanently injured in their workplace between 1986 and 1994 is now available. The file contains incapacity assessment, income and family data for four years pre-injury and four years post-injury.


Self-employment among college and university graduates, 1982 to 1997

This research paper documents patterns of self-employment among four groups of post-secondary graduates (college, bachelor's, master's, doctorate) in the five years immediately following their graduation.


Farming operating revenues and expenses, 2000

Average operating revenues per farm increased 12.9% in 2000 from 1999 to $182,747, according to taxation records. In the same period, average operating expenses rose at a slightly slower pace (12.6%) to $156,785. As a consequence, operating margins rose 0.2 cents to 14.2 cents per dollar of revenue.


Adult training in Canada: Snapshots from the nineties

This paper describes the incidence of training activity and the duration of training episodes during the 1990s among adult Canadians who were not full- or part-time students in an education program.


Full-time enrolment in trade/vocational and preparatory training, 1998/99

In 1998/99, 240,133 students were enrolled in trade/vocational and preparatory training programs in community colleges, as well as in CEGEPs and high schools in Quebec, down 4% from 1997/98.


Electronic commerce and technology, 2001

Canadian businesses increased sales of goods and services over the Internet in 2001. Although the proportion of firms selling on-line increased marginally, e-commerce sales still accounted for only a small fraction of total operating revenue.


Remote data access: On-line service for research and analysis

Researchers can now access a unique on-line service for researching and analyzing Statistics Canada's data on education. Remote Data Access (RDA) is a pilot project of the Centre for Education Statistics. Using this service, researchers can write and test their own computer programs using a file with artificial data.


Labour Force Survey data on CANSIM

An extensive new set of Labour Force Survey tables are now available for the first time on CANSIM, Statistics Canada's electronic database. This collection comprises 93 tables, or 1.4 million series. These new tables are larger, with more cross-tabulations and a far greater variety of labour market variables collected by the Labour Force Survey.


Annual demographic statistics, 2001

The 2001 edition of Annual demographic statistics provides the most recent population estimates and projections up to 2006 by age group and sex, plus data on births, deaths and migrations. It groups the information by province and territory, census metropolitan area and census division, and also provides data on census families and marriages and divorces.


Canadian business patterns: Revenue ranges, 2000

This new CD-ROM product expands the basis on which data users can analyze the demographics of businesses. Canadian business patterns: Revenue ranges offers clients a count of businesses on the basis of a range of revenue levels. Clients can now analyze businesses on the basis of industry, revenue and geographic area.


A statistical profile of persons working in justice-related professions, 1996

The new report, A statistical profile of persons working in justice-related professions in Canada, 1996, uses census data from 1996 and 1991 to provide a statistical profile of the estimated 304,000 people who work in justice-related professions in Canada.


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