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Paid work
Economic wellbeing
Women and the criminal justice system
First Nation, Métis and Inuit Women
Senior Women
Female Population
Visible minority women
Immigrant women
Women and Education
Women and Health
Families, Living Arrangements and Unpaid Work
Women with Activity Limitations

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Paid work

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Table 1 Employment trends of women and men aged 15 and over, 1976 to 2009
Table 2 Percentage of the population aged 15 years and over who are employed, by province, 1976 to 2009
Table 3 Percentage of the population who are employed by highest level of educational attainment, 2009
Table 4 Percentage of women and men employed by age, 1976 to 2009
Table 5 Employment rate of women with children by age of youngest child, 1976 to 2009
Table 6 Employment rate of women with children by family status and presence of youngest child, 1976 to 2009
Table 7 Part-time employment of women and men, 1976 to 2009
Table 8 Percentage of employed women and men working part-time by age, 1976 to 2009
Table 9 Reasons for part-time employment by age, 2009
Table 10 Self-employment trends among women and men, 1976 to 2009
Table 11 Multiple job holders as a percentage of total employed women and men, by age group, 1987 to 2009
Table 12 Distribution of employment by occupations, 1987, 1999 and 2009
Table 13 Unemployment rates of women and men, by age, 1976 to 2009
Table 14 Unemployment rates of women and men, by age and province, 2009
Table 15 Unemployed women and men, by reason for leaving last job, 2009
Table 16 Employment, employment rate and unemployment rate for women and men, by immigration status, 2006 to 2009
Table 17 Employment, employment rate and unemployment rate by Aboriginal identity, 2007 to 2009
Box Table Employment Insurance program, income beneficiaries by type of income benefit for women and men, 1997 to 2009

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Chart 1 Employment rates of women and men, 1976 to 2009
Chart 2 Percentage of employed mothers, by age of youngest child, 2009
Chart 3 Percentage of employed women with children, by family status, 1976 to 2009
Chart 4 Percentage of employed women and men with temporary work, by age group, 2009
Chart 5 Percentage of female and male workers unionized, 1976 to 2009
Chart 6 Union density by age group and sex, 2009
Chart 7 Women employed as a percentage of all occupations, 1987 and 2009
Chart 8 Unemployment rate for women and men, 1976 to 2009

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Economic wellbeing

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Table 1 Average total income of women and men, by province, 2008
Table 2 Average total income of women and men by age group, 2008
Table 3 Average total income by family type, 1976 to 2008
Table 4 Average total income of unattached individuals, by sex, select years, 1976 to 2008
Table 5 Composition of income for women and men with income, 2008
Table 6 Composition of family income by family structure, 2008
Table 7 Average annual earnings of women and men, by employment status, in 2008 dollars, 1976 to 2008
Table 8 Average annual earnings of women and men employed full-year, full-time, by age group and marital status, 2008
Table 9 Average annual earnings of women and men employed full-year, full-time, by educational attainment, 2008
Table 10 Average annual earnings of women and men, by occupation, 2008
Table 11 Average total family income in dual-earner families, by major income earner, select years, 1976 to 2008
Table 12 Percentage of persons in low-income after tax 1992 base, select years, 1976 to 2008
Table 13 Percentage of persons in low-income after tax, by economic family type, 1976 to 2008
Table 14 Assets, debts and net worth, by family type, 2009
Table 15 Registered pension plans and members, by type of plan and sex, select years, 1980 to 2009
Table 16 Proportion of labour force and paid workers covered by a registered pension plan, by sex, select years, 1992 to 2008
Table 17 Registered retirement savings plan contributions, by sex, 2000 to 2008
Table 18 Homeownership rates for select household types, 2001 and 2006
Table 19 Percentage of lone-parent owner and renter households spending 30% or more of their income on shelter, 2001 and 2006
Table 20 Low income measure after tax, by sex and age group, Canada 1976 to 2008
Box Table 1 Female-to-male average hourly wage ratio, select years, 1988 to 2008
Box Table 2 Decomposition of the change in the average hourly wage ratio between 1988 and 2008, by age

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Chart 1 Average total income of women and men, 1976 to 2008
Chart 2 Dual-earner families as a percentage of all husband-wife families, select years, 1976 to 2008
Chart 3 Percentage of dual-earner families in which wives earned more than husbands, select years, 1976 to 2008
Chart 4 Percentage of persons living in low-income after tax, by sex of major income earner, select years, 1976 to 2008

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Women and the criminal justice system

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Table 1 Victims of police-reported violent crimes, by type of crime, 2009
Table 2 Female victims of violent crime, by relationship of the accused to the victim, 2009
Table 3 Severity of spousal violence reported by female and male victims, 2009
Table 4 Victims of spousal violence within the past 5 years, by sex and service contacted or used, 2009
Table 5 Selected characteristics of abused women residing in shelters on April 16, 2008, Canada
Table 6 Reasons for seeking shelters, Canada, April 16, 2008
Table 7 Number and rate of youth and adults accused by police, by sex and type of crime, 2009
Table 8 Violent crimes perpetrated by females, by relationship of the accused to the victim, 2009
Table 9 Females and males accused of homicide, by relationship of the accused to the victim, 1997 to 2009
Table 10 Cases completed in adult and youth court, 2008/2009
Table 11 Adults admitted to correctional services, 2008/2009
Table 12 Youth admitted to correctional services, 2008/2009
Table 13 Characteristics of adult women involved in provincial and federal correctional custodial services, 2008/2009
Box Table 2 Women as a percentage of those employed in justice-related occupations, 1991 to 2006

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Chart 1 Rate of female's self-reported victimization and theft of personal property, 1999, 2004 and 2009
Chart 2 Victims of self-reported spousal violence within the past 5 years, 1999, 2004, and 2009
Chart 3 Proportion of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women reporting spousal violence, emotional and financial abuse, 2009
Chart 4 Spousal homicide rates, male, female and total, Canada, 1979 to 2009 homicide rates, female and male, since 1979
Chart 5 Female homicide rate by relationship of the accused to the victim, 1991to 2009
Chart 6 Male homicide rate by relationship of the accused to the victim, 1991 to 2009
Chart 7 Women as a percentage of adults charged with Criminal Code offences, 1979 to 2009
Chart 8 Rate of adult males charged by police by offence category, 1979 to 2009
Chart 9 Rate of adult females charged by police by offence category, 1979 to 2009
Chart 10 Guilty cases by sex and type of sentence, adult criminal court, Canada, 2008/2009
Chart 11 Completed cases in adult court by sex of the accused, 10 jurisdictions, 2000/2001 to 2008/2009
Chart 12 Substantial declines in youth court caseload
Chart 13 Proportion Aboriginal adult offenders admitted to correctional services, 2008/2009
Chart 14 Proportion of youth admitted to sentenced custody who were Aboriginal, 2008/2009
Chart box 2 Women as a percentage of police officers, by level, 1989 to 2009

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First Nation, Métis and Inuit Women

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Table 1 Aboriginal population, Canada, 2006
Table 2 Aboriginal female population, by province or territory, Canada, 2006
Table 3 Status Indian population, by area of residence, Canada, 1981, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006
Table 4 Female population, by Aboriginal identity, selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, Canada, 2006
Table 5 Area of residence of the First Nations population, Status Indian population and non-Status Indian population, by sex, Canada, 2006
Table 6 Area of residence of Inuit, Canada, 2006
Table 7 Family status of women aged 15 and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Table 8 Proportion of Inuit females living in crowded dwellings and in homes requiring major repairs, by Inuit region, Canada, 2006
Table 9 Labour force indicators and median income, population aged 15 years and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Table 10 Occupational distribution of experienced labour force aged 15 years and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Table 11 Highest level of educational attainment of women aged 15 years and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Table 12 Self-reported spousal violence for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations, aged 15 and over, Canada, 2009
Table 13 Homicide victims, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2009
Table 14 Unadjusted and age-standardized prevalence of diagnosed chronic conditions for women aged 20 years and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006/2007
Table 15 Percentage population aged 15 years and over, who had contact with a family doctor or general practitioner in the previous 12 months, by Aboriginal identity and age group, Canada, 2006

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Chart 1 Aboriginal population in selected census metropolitan areas, Canada, 2006
Chart 2 Age structure of the female population, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Chart 3 Life expectancy at birth, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2001
Chart 4 Housing conditions of women and girls, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Chart 5 Aboriginal women and girls by knowledge of Aboriginal language, by group and age, Canada, 2006
Chart 6 Unemployment rates by highest level of schooling, women aged 25 to 54, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Chart 7 Percentage of women aged 25 to 54 with postsecondary qualifications, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2001 and 2006
Chart 8 Percentage of women reporting excellent or very good health, by age group, Canada, 2006/2007

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Senior Women

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Table 1 Population aged 65 years and over by sex, Canada, 1921 to 2061
Table 2 Remaining life expectancy of women and men at age 65, Canada, 1921 to 2007
Table 3 Females belonging to visible minority groups, by age group, Canada, 2006
Table 4 Living arrangements of women and men aged 65 years and over by immigrant status, Canada, 2006
Table 5 Characteristics of social networks and senior women's and men's feeling about life as a whole, by age group, Canada, 2008
Table 6 Social network characteristics of senior women and men, by living arrangement, Canada, 2008
Table 7 Income sources as percentage of total income of women and men aged 65 years and over, Canada, 1998 and 2008
Table 8 Women and men aged 65 years and over in low income after tax, by family status, Canada, 1980 to 2008
Table 9 Self-reported health of senior women and men living in private households, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 10 Chronic health conditions among senior women and men living in a private household, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 11 Current and past tobacco use among senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 12 Physical activity and walking among senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 13 Women and men aged 65 years and over who received assistance because of a chronic health problem, by relationship to main caregiver, Canada, 2007
Table 14 Type of assistance received by senior women and men because of a chronic health condition, as a percentage, by age group, Canada, 2007
Table 15 Population in institutions and collective dwellings, by sex and age group, Canada, 2006
Table 16 Selected causes of death among senior women and men aged 65 years and over, Canada, 2007
Table 17 Cancer mortality rates for women and men aged 65 years and over, by type of cancer, Canada, 1981 and 2007

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Chart 1 Percentage growth by age group and sex, Canada, July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010
Chart 2 Girls aged 14 years and under and women aged 65 years and over as a percentage of the female population, Canada, 2010 to 2061
Chart 3 Population in couples by age group and sex, Canada, 2006
Chart 4 Population who live alone by age group and sex, Canada, 2006
Chart 5 Women and men who did volunteer work, by age group, Canada, 2008
Chart 6 Women and men who did more than 15 hours of volunteer work per month, by age group, Canada, 2008
Chart 7 Employment rates of women and men aged 65 years and over, Canada, 1976 to 2009
Chart 8 Women and men aged 65 years and over holding a job and working part-time, Canada, 1976 to 2009
Chart 9 Women and men aged 65 years and over who never had paid employment in their lifetime, Canada, 1976 to 2009
Chart 10 Average income of women and men aged 65 years and over, Canada, 1976 to 2008
Chart 11 Women aged 65 years and over receiving income from various sources, Canada, 1976 to 2008
Chart 12 Women and men aged 65 years and over whose income is below the low income cut-off after tax, Canada, 1976 to 2008
Chart 13 Women and men aged 65 years and over who consume 5 to 10 servings of fruit and vegetables per day, Canada, 2009
Chart 14 Senior women and men who reported experiencing pain, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 15 Senior women and men who received assistance with everyday activities because of a chronic health condition, by age group, Canada, 2007
Chart 16 Age pyramid of deaths, relative value, Canada, 1921, 2007, and 2060
Chart 17 Age-specific mortality rates for women and men aged 65 years and over, Canada, 1981, 1996 and 2007
Chart 18 Mortality rates for women and men aged 65 years and over from selected causes, Canada, 1981 and 2007

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Female Population

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Table 1 Total population, Canada, 1921 to 2061
Table 2 Population by age group, Canada, 2010
Table 3 Population by province and territory, Canada, 2010
Table 4 Percentage of females in the population, by census metropolitan area, Canada, 2010
Table 5 Population with Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2006
Table 6 Population, belonging to visible minority groups, Canada, 2006
Table 7 Residential moves within the previous five years, Canada, 2006
Table 8 Mother tongue, Canada, 2006
Table 9 Knowledge of official languages, Canada, 2006
Table 10 Home language, Canada, 2006

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Chart 1 Senior women and girls as a percentage of the female population, Canada, 1921 to 2061
Chart 2 Immigrant females as a percentage of the total female population, Canada, 1921 to 2006
Chart 3 Percentage of the female population with selected mother tongues, Canada, 2006
Chart 4 Religious attendance in the previous 12 months by sex, Canada, 1985 to 2008

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Visible minority women

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Table 1 Visible minority groups, Canada, 2006
Table 2 Distribution of female visible minority population, Canada, 2006
Table 3 Distribution of total female population, total female immigrant population, recent immigrant women, and visible minority women, by census metropolitan area, Canada, 2006
Table 4 Age groups of the female population, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Table 5 Family status of population aged 15 and over, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Table 6 Knowledge of official languages, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Table 7 Educational attainment of population aged 15 and over, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Table 8 Visible minority and non-visible minority women and men aged 15 and over with postsecondary education, by major field of study, Canada, 2006
Table 9 Top five major fields of study of the four largest visible minority women groups aged 15 years and over with postsecondary education, Canada, 2006
Table 10 Employment rate of visible and non-visible minority populations, by immigrant status, Canada, 2006
Table 11 Visible minority and non-visible minority working part-time or part-year, by age group, Canada, 2006
Table 12 Visible minority and non-visible minority aged 25 to 54, by occupational group, Canada, 2006
Table 13 Top five occupational groups of the four largest visible minority women groups aged 15 years and over, Canada, 2006
Table 14 Median employment income for visible minority women aged 25 to 54 years who worked full time, full year, by generation, Canada, 2005
Table 15 Low-income for women in economic families, by visible minority and immigrant status, Canada, 2005
Table 16 Canadians aged 15 and over who reported experiencing discrimination or unfair treatment in Canada in last five years, 2005 to 2009
Table 17 Canadians aged 15 and over who reported experiencing discrimination or unfair treatment in Canada in last five years, by type of situation, 2005 to 2009

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Chart 1 Proportion of visible minority women, Canada, 1981 to 2031
Chart 2 Number of women by visible minority group, Canada, 2001 and 2006
Chart 3 Female visible minority groups, by immigrant status and period of immigration, Canada, 2006
Chart 4 Generational status of women aged 15 and over, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Chart 5 Senior women aged 65 and over living alone, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Chart 6 Women aged 25 to 54 with university degree, by immigrant status, Canada, 2006
Chart 7 Population aged 25 to 54 with university degree, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Chart 8 Visible minority women with postsecondary education in various fields of study, Canada, 2006
Chart 9 Women aged 15 to 24 attending school part-time or full-time, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Chart 10 Employment rate of women aged 25 to 54, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006
Chart 11 Unemployment rate of women aged 25 to 54, by visible minority group, Canada, 2006

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Immigrant women

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Table 1 Immigrant women, by the most populated municipalities in the census metropolitan areas of Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, Canada, 2006
Table 2 Level of education from age 25 to 54, by immigration status, Canada, 2006
Table 3 Population aged 15 and over with a postsecondary certificate or diploma, by major field of study, Canada, 2006
Table 4 Employment rates from age 25 to 54, by immigration status and period of immigration, Canada, 2006
Table 5 Employment rates, by immigration status and age group, Canada, 2006
Table 6 Labour force aged 25 to 54, by major occupational group and immigration status, Canada, 2006
Table 7 Composition of total income for women aged 15 and over with income in 2005, by immigration status and age group, Canada
Table 8 Prevalence of low income for economic family members, by immigration status, Canada, 2005

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Chart 1 Immigrant women and total immigrants, Canada, 1911 to 2006 and 2011 to 2031 projections
Chart 2 Female permanent residents and total permanent residents, Canada, 1980 to 2009
Chart 3 Female permanent residents, by major admission category, Canada, 1980 to 2009
Chart 4 Recent immigrant women, by region of birth, Canada, 1971 to 2006
Chart 5 Percentage of visible minority women in total female immigrant and recent female immigrant populations, Canada, 1981 to 2006
Chart 6 Immigrant and recent immigrant women as a percentage of total female population, by census metropolitan area, Canada, 2006
Chart 7 Recent immigrant women, total immigrants and Canadian-born, by age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 8 Persons who are married, by immigrant status group and age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 9 Lone-parents by immigration status group and age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 10 People who are living alone, by immigration status group and age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 11 People not living in a census family who are living with relatives or non-relatives, by immigration status group and age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 12 Immigrant women whose mother tongue is neither English nor French, Canada, 1981 to 2006
Chart 13 School attendance of women, by immigrant status and age group, Canada, 2006
Chart 14 Employment rates of women aged 25 to 54, by immigration status, Canada, 1991 to 2006

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Women and Education

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Table 1 Distribution of women and men, by age group and highest level of educational attainment, Canada, 1990 and 2009
Table 2 Distribution of women and men aged 25 to 54, by province and highest level of educational attainment, 2009
Table 3 Test results of 15-year-old girls and boys in the Program for International Student Assessment, Canada, 2000, 2003, 2006 and 2009
Table 4 Literacy results, men and women aged 16 to 65 years, Canada, 2003
Table 5 Percentage of people who earned a high school diploma, by age and province or territory, 2006
Table 6 High school dropout rates, by province, 1990, 2000 and 2009
Table 7 Full-time students holding a full- or part-time job, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 8 Women among enrolments and graduates of the various college programs, Canada, 2000 to 2007
Table 9 Percentage of women among university graduates, by field of study, Canada, 1992 and 2008
Table 10 Percentage of university students enrolled part-time, by level of program, Canada, 1992/1993 and 2008/2009
Table 11 Employment income in 2005, by age group and educational attainment, Canada
Table 12 Median earnings of full-time, full-year employees, university graduates, by field of study and age group, Canada, 2006
Table 13 Women in teaching-related professions, Canada, 1996 and 2006
Table 14 Participation in job-related studies or training programs, Canada, 2002 and 2008

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Chart 1 Distribution of women aged 25 to 54, by highest level of educational attainment, Canada, 1990 to 2009
Chart 2 Percentage of women and men with a postsecondary degree, by province, 2009
Chart 3 Dropout rates of men and women aged 20 to 24, Canada, 1990 to 2009
Chart 4 Participation rates of full-time students, by age group, Canada, 1976 to 2009
Chart 5 Women in registered apprenticeship training programs, by non-traditional trade group, Canada, 1991 to 2007
Chart 6 Women among enrolments and completions in registered apprenticeship training programs, by non-traditional trade group, Canada, 2007
Chart 7 Percentage of women among full-time university enrolments, by program level, Canada, 1992/1993 to 2008/2009
Chart 8 Percentage of women among university graduates, by program level, Canada, 1992 to 2008

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Women and Health

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Table 1 Self-perceived health, by age group, Canada, 2003 and 2009
Table 2 Persons reporting very good or excellent health, by household income and education level, Canada, 2009
Table 3 Anthropometric measurements and fitness test results, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 4 Level of satisfaction with life, Canada, 2009
Table 5 Persons being diagnosed by a health professional as having certain chronic conditions, prevalence of these conditions and distribution of cases, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 6 New cancer cases, by primary site of cancer, Canada, 1992 to 2007
Table 7 Persons diagnosed by a health professional as having certain conditions, prevalence of these conditions and distribution of cases, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 8 Impact of chronic conditions on labour market participation and personal income of women aged 45 to 64, by education level, Canada, 2009
Table 9 Number of new cases of HIV infection, Canada, 1985 to 2009
Table 10 Prevalence of smoking by age group, Canada, 2003 and 2009
Table 11 Persons who reported heavy drinking, by age group, Canada, 2003 and 2009
Table 12 Body mass index category, by age group, Canada, 2007 to 2009
Table 13 Contraception, sexually transmitted infections and sexual behaviours, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 14 Number of pregnancies and pregnancy rate among teenagers, Canada, 1990 to 2005
Table 15 Persons who took steps to improve their health in the previous year, by age group, Canada, 2007-2008
Table 16 Persons with access to a regular medical doctor, by age group, Canada, 2003 to 2009
Table 17 Reasons given for not having a regular medical doctor, by age group, Canada, 2009
Table 18 Persons aged 12 and over with access to a regular medical doctor, by province or territory, 2009
Table 19 Consultation of various health care specialists according to household income, women aged 25 to 64, Canada, 2009
Box table Women in different health occupations, by age group, Canada, 2006
Table 20 Life expectancy at birth and at age 65, by sex, Canada, 1995/1997 to 2005/2007
Table 21 Mortality rates for the 10 main causes of death, by age group, Canada, 2006

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Chart 1 Persons who assessed their mental health as very good or excellent, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 2 Persons reporting that most of their days were quite a bit stressful or extremely stressful, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 3 Persons who described most days at work as being quite a bit or extremely stressful, by occupational group, Canada, 2009
Chart 4 Prevalence of arthritis among women according to self-reported body mass index and age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 5 Mortality rates for heart disease, by age group at death, Canada, 2000 to 2006
Chart 6 Percentage of persons with two or more chronic health conditions, by age group and income quintile, Canada, 2009
Chart 7 Percentage of women who are smokers, by perceived level of stress and age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 8 Percentage of persons aged 12 and over who are obese, by income quintile, Canada, 2009
Chart 9 Consumption of fruits and vegetables five or more times per day, persons aged 12 and over, Canada, 2003 to 2009
Chart 10 Persons aged 25 and over who consume five or more portions of fruits and vegetables per day, by education level, Canada, 2009
Chart 11 Persons who reported being moderately active or active during their leisure time, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 12 Persons living in a food-insecure household, by age group, Canada, 2007-2008
Chart 13 Persons aged 12 and over living in a food-insecure household, by living arrangement, Canada, 2007-2008
Chart 14 Persons who saw or talked to a doctor in the previous year, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 15 Suicide rate by age group, Canada, 2006
Box Chart 1 Percentage of females reporting very good or excellent health, by place of birth and age group, 2009
Box Chart 2 Percentage of females with access to a regular medical doctor, by place of birth and age group, 2009

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Families, Living Arrangements and Unpaid Work

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Table 1 Women and men aged 15 years and over, by living arrangements, Canada, 2006
Table 2 Population in couples by age group and sex, Canada, 2006
Table 3 Women and men in couples, by couple status, Canada, 2006
Table 4 Women and men aged 15 years and over, by living arrangement and visible minority status, Canada, 2006
Table 5 Women and men aged 15 years and over, by immigration status and living arrangement, Canada, 2006
Table 6 Time spent on unpaid care of a child in the household, by working arrangement and age of youngest child, Canada, 2010
Table 7 Time spent on household domestic work, by working arrangement, Canada, 2010
Table 8 Women and men caring for a senior, by the senior's place of residence, Canada, 2010

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Chart 1 Percentage growth of women and men in common-law couples, by age group, Canada, 2001 to 2006
Chart 2 Women aged 20 to 29 years in couples, by age group, Canada, 1981 and 2006
Chart 3 Women living common-law as a percentage of all women in couples, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Chart 4 Total fertility rate, Canada, 1926 to 2008
Chart 5 Total fertility rate, Canada, provinces and territories, 2008
Chart 6 Crude marriage rate and crude divorce rate, Canada, 1926 to 2008
Chart 7 Average number of hours per week of domestic work, by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 2010
Chart 8 Distribution of volunteers according to the time they spent volunteering, Canada, 2010
Box chart Percentage of census families with and without children, by census family structure, Canada, 1981 and 2006

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Women with Activity Limitations

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Table 1 Women and men aged 15 and over, by degree of difficulty with functional health components and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 2 Women and men with activity limitations aged 15 and over, by main cause of activity limitation, Canada, 2009
Table 3 Prevalence of selected chronic conditions, women and men with activity limitations aged 15 and over, Canada, 2009
Table 4 Women and men aged 15 and over, by living arrangement and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 5 Women and men aged 15 and over, by educational attainment, age group and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 6 Women and men aged 25 to 54, by selected employment characteristics and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 7 Type of accommodation required to be able to work, employed persons with activity limitations, Canada, 2006
Table 8 Average income of women and men aged 15 and over, by age group and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 9 Average income of women and men aged 15 and over, by region and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 10 Income of women and men aged 15 and over with activity limitations, by main source of income, Canada, 2009
Table 11 Women and men aged 15 and over, by main source of income and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 12 Distribution of women and men aged 15 and over, by selected measures of well-being and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table 13 Distribution of persons aged 15 and over by health behaviours and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009

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Chart 1 Prevalence of activity limitations among women and men aged 15 and over, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 2 Distribution of population with and without activity limitations, by age group, Canada, 2009
Chart 3 Domains in which a long-term health condition or problem limits activities among persons with activity limitations, Canada, 2009
Chart 4 Type of activities of daily living with which help is needed among persons with activity limitations aged 15 and over, Canada, 2009
Chart 5 Women and men aged 25 to 54 with activity limitations, by selected employment characteristics, Canada, 2009
Chart 6 Average personal income of women and men with activity limitations, by region, Canada, 2009
Chart 7 Average household income of women and men with activity limitations, by region, Canada, 2009
Chart 8 Distribution of women and men with activity limitations aged 15 and over, by main source of income, Canada, 2009

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