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1. Garner R, Carrière G, Sanmartin C. The health of Inuit, Métis and First Nations adults Living off-reserve in Canada: The impact of socio-economic status on inequalities in health. Health Research Working Paper Series (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 82-622-X, No. 004) Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2010.

2. Luo ZC, Senécal S, Simonet F, et al. Birth outcomes in the Inuit-inhabited areas of Canada. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2010; 182: 235-42. doi:10.1503/cmaj.082042.

3. Peters PA. Shifting transitions: health inequalities in Inuit Nunangat in perspective. Journal of Rural and Community Development 2012; 7(1): 35-58.

4. Statistics Canada. Inuit in Canada: Selected Findings of the 2006 Census. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2008. Available at: Accessed July 27, 2011.

5. Wilkins R, Uppal S,  Finès P, et al. Life expectancy in the Inuit-inhabited areas of Canada, 1989 to 2003. Health Reports 2008; 19(1): 7-19.

6. Statistics Canada.  Table   102-0704. Mortality, by selected causes of death (ICD-10) and sex, five-year average, Canada and Inuit regions, every 5 years. CANSIM (database), 2010. Accessed February 6, 2012.

7. Bélanger A, Gilbert S. The fertility of immigrant women and their Canadian-born daughters. Report on the Demography Situation in Canada (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 91-209-XIE) Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2003.

8. Kindig D. Understanding population health terminology. The Milbank Quarterly 2007; 85: 139-61.

9. Charron S,  Penney C, Senecal S. Police-reported crime in Inuit-Nunangat. Crime and Justice Research Paper Series (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 85-561-MWE00) Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2010.

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11. Peters PA. Causes and contributions to differences in life expectancy for Inuit Nunangat and Canada, 1994-2003. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2010; 69: 66-77.

12. Statistics Canada. Census Inuit Tables (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 89-636-x 2008, No. 1) Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2008. Available at: Accessed July 27, 2011.

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14. Spiegelman M. Introduction to Demography. Revised Edition. Cambridge Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1968.

15. Kirmayer LJ. Suicide among Canadian Aboriginal peoples. Transcultural Psychiatry 1994; 31(1): 3-58.

16. Kirmayer LJ, Malus M, Boothroyd LJ. Suicide attempts among Inuit youth: a community survey of prevalence and risk factors. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 1996; 94: 8-17.

17. Kirmayer LJ, Boothroyd L, Hodgins S. Attempted suicide among Inuit youth: psychosocial correlates and implications for prevention. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 1998; 43: 816-22.

18. Boothroyd L, Kirmayer L, Spreng S, et al. Completed suicides among the Inuit of northern Quebec, 1982-1996: a case control study. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2001; 165(6): 749-55.

19. Macaluay A, Orr P, Macdonald S, et al.  Mortality in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut, 1987-1996. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2004; 63(Suppl 2): 80-5.

20. Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Health Indicators of Inuit Nunangat within the Canadian Context 1994-1998 and 1999-2003. Ottawa: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, 2010.

21. Bjerregaard P, Young TK, Dewailly E, Ebbesson SOE. Indigenous health in the Arctic: an overview of the circumpolar Inuit population. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2004; 32: 390-5.