Tables and charts

Female population

Tables

Table 1 Population by sex, Canada, 1921 to 2061

Table 2 Population by age group and sex, Canada, 2014

Table 3 Population by sex, Canada, province and territory, 2014

Table 4 Population of females by broad age group and percentage of females in the population, census metropolitan areas, 2014

Table 5 Population by mobility status five years ago and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Population with Aboriginal identity by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Population by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 8 Population by language spoken most often at home and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 9 Population by religion and sex, Canada, 2011

Charts

Chart 1 Population variation by age group and sex between 2004 and 2014, Canada

Chart 2 Population pyramids by age and sex, Canada, 1954, 2014 and 2054

Chart 3 Women aged 65 and over and girls aged 14 and under as a percentage of the female population, 1921 to 2061

Chart 4 Population pyramids by age and sex, four regions of Canada, 2014

Chart 5 Immigrant females as a percentage of the total female population, Canada, 1921 to 2011

Immigrant Women

Tables

Table 1 Female immigrants by the most populated municipalities in the census metropolitan areas (CMA) of Toronto, Vancouver, Montréal and Calgary, Canada, 2011

Table 2 Household living arrangements by immigrant status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Level of education among 25 to 54 year olds, by immigrant status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 4 Population aged 15 and over with a postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree by major field of study, Canada, 2011

Table 5 Employment rates, by immigrant status, age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Labour force status among 25 to 54 year olds, by immigrant status, period of immigration and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Occupational skill level for 25 to 54 year olds with a bachelor's level education or higher, by sex and immigrant status, Canada, 2011

Table 8 Employed labour force aged 25 to 54, by major occupational group, immigrant status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 9a Composition of total income for women aged 15 to 54 years with income in 2010, by immigrant status and age group, Canada

Table 9b Composition of total income for women aged 55 years and over with income in 2010, by immigrant status and age group, Canada

Table 10 Prevalence of low income after-tax by immigrant status and sex, Canada, 2010

Table 11 Participation in organizations and associations for women aged 15 and over, by immigrant status, Canada, 2013

Table 12 Proportion of eligible voters who voted, by sex and immigrant status, Canada, 2013

Charts

Chart 1 Female immigrants as a proportion of total female population, Canada, 1911 to 2011 and 2021 to 2031 projections

Chart 2 Female permanent residents and total permanent residents admitted annually, Canada, 1989 to 2013

Chart 3 Proportion of economic class admissions that are female, by applicant status, Canada, 2004 to 2013

Chart 4 Proportion of females in economic class subcategories, Canada, 2004 to 2013

Chart 5 Proportion of females in family class subcategories, Canada, 2004 to 2013

Chart 6 Region of birth of female immigrants by period of immigration, Canada, 2011

Chart 7 Percentage of visible minority females among immigrant females by period of immigration, Canada, 2011

Chart 8 Proportion of total female population, total female immigrants and recent female immigrants by province or territory, Canada, 2011

Chart 9 Region of birth by province for total and recent female immigrants, Canada, 2011

Chart 10 Immigrant and recent immigrant females as a percentage of total female population, by census metropolitan area, Canada, 2011

Chart 11 Canadian-born females, total female immigrants and recent female immigrants by age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 12 Women living with a spouse or common-law partner, by immigrant status and age, Canada, 2011

Chart 13 Couples with children by immigrant status and age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 14 Lone-parents by immigrant status, and age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 15 Immigrant females with neither English nor French as a mother tongue, Canada, 1981 to 2011

Chart 16 Proportion of female immigrants with neither English nor French as a mother tongue, by province of residence, Canada, 2011

Chart 17 School attendance of women, by immigrant status and age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 18 Employment rates of women aged 25 to 54, by immigrant status, Canada, 1991 to 2011

Families and Living Arrangements

Tables

Table 1 Distribution (number and percent) of girls and boys aged 14 and under by living arrangements, Canada, 2011

Table 2 Distribution (number and percent) of women and men aged 15 and over by living arrangement, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Distribution (percent) of living arrangements for women aged 15 and over, Canada, provinces, territories, census metropolitan areas and rural status, 2011

Table 4 Median age (years) by selected family status characteristics for women and men aged 15 and over, Canada, 2011

Table 5 Distribution (number and percent) of women and men in couples by conjugal status and opposite/same-sex status, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Distribution (number and percent) of women and men in couples with children by stepfamily status, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Distribution (number and percent) of active civil court family cases by type, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 8 Total fertility rate (number of children per woman), births and distribution of births by age of mother, Canada, provinces and territories, 2011

Charts

Chart 1 Proportion (percent) of women in couples by conjugal status and age group, Canada, 1981 and 2011

Chart 2 Distribution (percent) of common-law partners by legal marital status and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 3 Percentage growth of female common-law partners, female married spouses and the total female population by age group, Canada, 2006 to 2011

Chart 4 Proportion (percent) of women with a legal marital status of divorced or separated by age group, Canada, 1981 to 2011

Chart 5 Total fertility rate (number of children per woman), Canada, 1926 to 2011

Chart 6 Fertility rate (per thousand) by age group, Canada, 1926 to 2011

Chart 7 Proportion (percent) of women and men aged 15 and over who live alone, with non-relatives only or with relatives by age group, Canada, 2011

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Women

Tables

Table 1 Aboriginal identity population by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 2 Distribution of female population by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, provinces and territories, 2011

Table 3 Female population by selected Aboriginal identity group, selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, Canada, 2011

Table 4 Distribution of the Inuit population by sex and Inuit region, 2011

Table 5 Age distribution and median age for female population by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Age distribution and median age of Inuit female population by Inuit region, 2011

Table 7 Distribution of the female population aged 14 and under in private households by living arrangement for selected Aboriginal identity groups, Canada, 2011

Table 8 Distribution of the the female population aged 15 and over in private households by living arrangement for selected Aboriginal identity groups, Canada, 2011

Table 9 Aboriginal language as mother tongue for female population by selected Aboriginal identity group and age group, Canada, 2011

Table 10 Highest level of education of female population aged 25 to 64, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2011

Table 11 Proportion of Aboriginal people by selected highest level of education, sex and age group, Canada, 2011

Table 12 Labour force indicators, population aged 15 years and older, by Aboriginal identity groups and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 13 Employment and unemployment rates of female population aged 25 to 64, by highest level of education, selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2011

Table 14 Occupational distribution of experienced labour force aged 15 years and over, by selected Aboriginal identity group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 15 Prevalence of selected chronic conditions diagnosed by health professional for female population aged 15 and over, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2012

Table 16 Percentage of the female population aged 15 and over who saw or talked to health professionals about physical, emotional or mental health in the past 12 months, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2012

Table A1 Aboriginal population by sex (INAC classification), Canada, 2011

Table A2 Selected characteristics for female Aboriginal population (INAC classification), Canada, 2011

Charts

Chart 1 Median age for First Nations and Métis females, provinces and territories, 2011

Chart 2 Prevalence of more than one person per room and need for major repairs for female population, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2011

Chart 3 Prevalence of more than one person per room and need for major repairs for Inuit female population, by Inuit region, 2011

Chart 4 Aboriginal language as mother tongue and ability to converse in an Aboriginal language for female population, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2011

Chart 5 Ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language for female population, by selected Aboriginal identity group and age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 6 Average literacy scores of population aged 16 to 65, by sex and selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada and oversampled populations, 2012

Chart 7 Average numeracy scores of population aged 16 to 65, by sex and selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada and oversampled populations, 2012

Chart 8 Excellent or very good self-rated overall health of female population aged 15 and over, by selected Aboriginal identity group and age group, Canada 2012

Chart 9 Prevalence of disability among the total female population and Aboriginal women aged 15 and older, by age group, Canada, 2012

Chart 10 Prevalence of household food insecurity and personal experience of hunger among female population aged 15 and over, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2012

Chart 11 Selected health behaviours of female population aged 15 and over, by selected Aboriginal identity group, Canada, 2012

Visible Minority Women

Tables

Table 1 Visible minority groups, by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 2 Visible minority groups, by immigrant status, period of immigration and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Distribution of female visible minority population across provinces and territories, Canada, 2011

Table 4 Distribution of female visible minority groups within selected provinces, Canada, 2011

Table 5 Distribution of visible minority females in census metropolitan areas, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Distribution of visible minority females in selected municipalities in the census metropolitan areas of Toronto, Vancouver, Montréal, and Calgary, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Population by age group and visible minority group, Canada, 2011

Table 8 Family status of population aged 15 and over, by visible minority group, Canada, 2011

Table 9 Household structure of co-residing grandparents, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 10 Proportion of females who have a mother tongue that is a non-official language, by generation status and visible minority group, Canada, 2011

Table 11 Knowledge of official languages, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 12 Highest certificate, diploma or degree for population aged 25 to 54, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 13 Women and men aged 25 to 54 with a university degree, by visible minority status and generation status, Canada, 2011

Table 14 Major field of study, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 15 Top five fields of study of women aged 15 and over with a postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree among four largest visible minority groups, Canada, 2011

Table 16 Labour force participation rate, by visible minority status, immigrant status, age and sex, 2011

Table 17 Employment rate, by visible minority status, immigrant status, age and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 18 Employment rate of women aged 25 to 54, by visible minority group and immigrant status, Canada, 2011

Table 19 Unemployment rate, by visible minority status, immigrant status, age and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 20 Unemployment rate of women aged 25 to 54, by visible minority group and immigrant status, Canada, 2011

Table 21 Part-time employment among population aged 15 and over who worked in 2010, by visible minority status, age group and sex, Canada

Table 22 Occupational group for population aged 25 to 54, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 23 Top five occupational groups for women aged 25 to 54 in the four largest visible minority groups, Canada, 2011

Table 24 Market income sources, by visible minority status, age and sex, Canada, 2010

Table 25 Median employment income of women aged 25 to 54 who worked full time for the full year, by visible minority status and generation status, Canada, 2011

Table 26 Prevalence of low income, by visible minority status, immigrant status, age and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 27 Basis of discrimination among people aged 15 and over who reported experiencing discrimination in the last five years, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2014

Table 28 Confidence in institutions, by institution type and visible minority group, Canada, 2013

Table 29 Proportion of eligible voters who voted in the last election, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2013

Table 30 Proportion of the population aged 15 and over that participated in at least one organization or association in the last 12 months, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2013

Table 31 Proportion of the population aged 15 and over that participated in specified types of organizations and associations, by visible minority status and sex, Canada, 2013

Table 32 Prevalence of chronic conditions, by sex, age and visible minority status, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 33 Self-reported general health rating of very good to excellent, among population aged 15 and over, by visible minority group and age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 34 Self-reported mental health rating of very good to excellent, among population aged 15 and over, by visible minority group and age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Charts

Chart 1 Proportion of female population who is a visible minority, Canada, 1981 to 2031

Chart 2 Generation status of females, by visible minority group, Canada, 2011

Chart 3 Population aged 65 and over living alone, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 4 Co-residing grandparents aged 45 and over, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 5 Women aged 25 to 54 with a university degree, by immigrant status and visible minority status, Canada, 2011

Chart 6 Population aged 25 to 54 with a university degree, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 7 Women aged 15 to 24 who attended school part time or full time, by immigrant status and visible minority status, Canada, 2011

Chart 8 Population aged 15 to 24 who attended school part time or full time, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 9 Proportion of women aged 15 and over who reported experiencing discrimination in Canada in the last five years, by selected visible minority groups, 2014

Chart 10 Proportion of population aged 15 and over who participated in an organization or association, by visible minority group and sex, Canada, 2013

The health of girls and women in Canada

Tables

Table 1 Prevalence of selected health indicators among females aged 12 or older, by education and household income, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 2 Prevalence of selected health indicators among women aged 25 or older, by immigrant status and age group, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 3 Self-perceived overall health and having a regular doctor among women aged 25 or older, by place of birth and age group, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 4 Age-specific live birth rates, by age group and province/territory, female population aged 10 to 19, Canada (excluding Ontario), 2006-to-2010

Table 5 Reported rates per 100,000 of chlamydia and gonorrhea by age group and sex, population aged 10 to 19, Canada, 2003 to 2012

Table 6 Number of patients aged 10 to 24 hospitalized for mental disorders, by age group and diagnosis, 2013/2014

Table 7 Prevalence of suboptimal health benefit ratings for body mass index and waist circumference, by sex and age group, population aged 20 to 59, Canada, 1981 and 2012/2013

Table 8 Reported rates per 100,000 of chlamydia, gonorrhea and infectious syphilis, by age group and sex, population aged 20 to 59, Canada, 2003 and 2012

Table 9 New primary breast, lung and colorectal cancer cases, by age group, female population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2012

Table 10 New primary ovarian, cervical and uterine cancer cases, female adult population, by age group, Canada, 2012

Table 11 New primary breast, lung and colorectal cancer cases, by age group, female population aged 65 or older, Canada, 2012

Table 12 Prevalence of selected chronic conditions, by sex and age group, household population aged 65 or older, Canada, 2013/2014

Charts

Chart 1 Percentage of very good or excellent self-rated overall health among women, by age group, Canada, 2003 and 2013 to 2014

Chart 2 Percentage of children aged 0 to 5 in food insecure household, by province/territory, Canada, 2011/2012

Chart 3 Average daily hours of activity, by level of intensity and sex, children aged 6 to 11, Canada, 2012/2013

Chart 4 Age distribution of hospitalizations due to unintentional injury, by sex, population younger than 10, Canada (excluding Quebec), 2013 to 2014

Chart 5 New cases of leukemia and central nervous system cancers as percentage of new cancer cases, by age group, female population aged 0 to 4, Canada, 1993 to 2012

Chart 6 Distribution by body mass index classification, by sex, population aged 12 to 18, Canada, 2012/2013

Chart 7 Percentage with suboptimal health benefit ratings for muscular strength and flexibility, female population aged 15 to 19, Canada, 1981 and 2009 to 2011

Chart 8 Prevalence of smoking and heavy drinking, female population aged 12 to 19, Canada, 2003 to 2014

Chart 9 New cases of selected

Chart 10 Prevalence of fair/poor mental health and mood disorders, female population aged 12 to 19, Canada, 2003 to 2014 cancers as percentage of new cancer cases, by age group, female population aged 10 to 19, 1993 to 1997 and 2008 to 2012

Chart 11 Prevalence of selected mental health conditions, by sex, population aged 15 to 24, Canada, 2012

Chart 12 Percentage of patients aged 10 to 24 hospitalized for mental disorders who were female, by age group, Canada, 2006-2007 to 2013-2014

Chart 13 Percentage of injury hospitalizations due to intentional self-harm, by sex and age group, Canada (excluding Quebec), 2009-2010 to 2013-2014

Chart 14 Suicide rates, by age group and sex, population aged 10 to 19, Canada, 2000 to 2011

Chart 15 Percentage consuming fruits and vegetables five or more times per day, by age group, female population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2009 to 2014

Chart 16 Percentage consuming fruits and vegetables five or more times per day, by educational attainment and sex, population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2013/2014

Chart 17 Prevalence of suboptimal health benefit ratings for flexibility and muscular strength, by age group, female population aged 20 to 59, Canada, 1981 and 2009 to 2011

Chart 18 Prevalence of current smoking, by age group, female population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2003 to 2014

Chart 19 Prevalence of heavy drinking, by age group, female population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2003 to 2014

Chart 20 Prevalence of past-year marijuana use, by sex and age group, population aged 18 to 64, Canada excluding territories, 2012

Chart 21 Percentage with regular doctor, by age group, female population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2003 to 2014

Chart 22 Percentage reporting contact with medical doctor in previous 12 months, by sex and age group, household population aged 20 to 64, Canada, 2014

Chart 23 Percentage of first live births, by female age group, Canada, 1991 to 2011

Chart 24 Percentage of cancer mortality among women aged 20 to 64 due to lung and breast cancer, by age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 25 Mortality rates for heart disease, by sex and age group at death, Canada, 2011

Chart 26 Perception of life and work stress, by sex and age group, Canada, 2013-2014

Chart 27 Prevalence of fair/poor mental health and mood disorders, female population aged 20 to 64, by age group, Canada, 2003 to 2014

Chart 28 Percentage of adults who were classified as meeting the criteria of selected mental health disorders, by sex and age group, Canada excluding territories, 2012

Chart 29 Percentage consuming fruits and vegetables five or more times per day, by sex and age group, household population aged 65 or older, Canada, 2013/2014

Chart 30 Percentage who reported having regular doctor, by province/territory, female household population aged 65 or older, 2013/2014

Chart 31 Average number of consultations with doctor in previous 12 months, by number of chronic conditions and sex, household population aged 65 or older, Canada, 2013/2014

Chart 32 Incidence of thyroid cancer, by age group, female population aged 65 or older, Canada, 1992 and 2012

Chart 33 Percentage of cancer mortality due to lung, breast and colorectal cancer, by age group, female population aged 65 or older, Canada, 2011

Chart 34 Prevalence of arthritis, by sex and age group, household population aged 65 or older, 2013/2014

Senior Women

Tables

Table 1 Population aged 65 and over, by sex, Canada, 1921 to 2061

Table 2 Percent growth of the population, by age group and sex, Canada, July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Table 3 Population aged 65 and over, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, July 1, 2015

Table 4 Life expectancy at birth and at age 65, by sex, Canada, 1941 to 2009/2011

Table 5 Life expectancy at birth and at age 65, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, 2009/2011

Table 6 Distribution of living arrangements for population aged 65 and over, by age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Income sources as a percentage of total income of women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 2003 and 2013

Table 8 Volunteer activities among seniors who volunteered in the last 12 months, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 9 Proportion of the population aged 65 and over who participated in selected types of organizations and associations, Canada, 2013

Table 10 Characteristics of seniors' social networks, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013

Table 11 Characteristics of social networks among persons aged 65 and over, by living arrangement and sex, Canada, 2013

Table 12 Proportion of Internet users1 aged 65 and older who performed selected activities within the last month, by age group and sex, Canada 2013

Table 13 Self-reported health of senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 14 Self-reported mental health of senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 15 Current and past smoking among senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 16 Chronic health conditions among senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Table 17 Prevalence of disability among senior women and men, by age group, Canada, 2012

Table 18 Seniors who received paid or unpaid help in the last 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 19 Primary caregiver of seniors who received unpaid help in the last 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 20 Types of help received among seniors who received unpaid help in the last 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 21 Types of help received among seniors who received paid care in the last 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 22 Seniors with unmet needs for help with daily activities, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 23 Leading causes of death for population aged 65 and over by sex, Canada, 2012

Table 24 Cancer mortality rates for population aged 65 and over, by sex and type of cancer, Canada, 1981 and 2012

Charts

Chart 1 Girls aged 14 and under, women aged 65 and over and women aged 80 and over as a percentage of the female population, Canada, 1921 to 2061

Chart 2 Distribution of population aged 65 and over, by age group and sex, Canada, July 1, 2015

Chart 3 Number of centenarians, by sex, Canada, 2001 to 2061

Chart 4 Proportion of the female population composed of seniors aged 65 and over, by broad age group, Canada, provinces and territories, 2031

Chart 5 Proportion of the population aged 65 and over, by sex, census metropolitan areas, July 1, 2015

Chart 6 Proportion of the female population aged 65 and over, by visible minority group, Canada, 2011

Chart 7 Age pyramid for the population aged 65 and over, by living arrangement and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 8 Distribution of population aged 65 and over living in residences for senior citizens, by living arrangement, age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 9 Women and men aged 65 years and over who ever had paid employment in their lifetime, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 10 Employment rates of women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 11 Part-time work among employed women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 12 Median total income of women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 1976 to 2013

Chart 13 Market income as a proportion of total income among women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 1976 to 2013

Chart 14 Prevalence of low income after tax (LIM-AT) among women and men aged 65 and over, Canada, 1976 to 2013

Chart 15 Prevalence of after-tax low income (LIM-AT) among women and men aged 65 and over, by economic family status, Canada, 1976 to 2013

Chart 16 Women and men who did volunteer work in the past 12 months, by age group, Canada, 2013

Chart 17 Volunteers who volunteered 180 hours or more in the past 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013

Chart 18 Population of Internet users aged 65 and over with selected social media accounts, by sex, Canada, 2013

Chart 19 Women and men aged 65 and over who consumed fruits and vegetables five or more times per day, by age group, Canada, 2013–2014

Chart 20 Seniors who are active or moderately active by age group and sex, Canada, 2013–2014

Chart 21 Seniors who reported being usually in pain, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013–2014

Chart 22 Mortality rates for population aged 65 years and over from selected causes by sex, 1981 and 2012

Women and Education: Qualifications, Skills and Technology

Tables

Average science scores of 15-year old girls and boys in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012

Table 2 Average reading scores of 15-year old girls and boys in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012

Table 3 Average reading scores of 15-year old girls and boys in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2012

Table 4 Average mathematics scores of 15-year old girls and boys in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012

Table 5 Average mathematics scores of students aged 15 in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), by assessment mode and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 6 Average literacy and numeracy scores of the adult population aged 16 to 65, by sex and age group, Canada, 2012

Table 7 Adult population aged 16 to 65 by proficiency level, highest certificate, diploma or degree and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 8 Adult population aged 16 to 65 by proficiency level, labour force status and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 9 Percentage of Highest certificate, diploma or degree of female lone parents and female parents in couples, aged 25 to 54 with children aged 15 and under in 1991, 2001 and 2011, Canada

Table 10 Profile of 2009-2010 college graduates who owed money on student loans to any source at graduation, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 11 Percentage of selected family characteristics of 2009-2010 college graduates by presence of student debt at graduation, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 12 Profile of 2009-2010 university graduates who owed money on student loans to any source at graduation, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 13 Percentage of selected family characteristics of 2009-2010 university graduates by presence of student debt at graduation, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 14 Percent distribution of adults aged 25 to 64 with an apprenticeship certificate as the highest level of educational attainment for the top 10 female fields of study, by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 15 Percent distribution of adults aged 25 to 64 with a college diploma as the highest level of educational attainment, for the top 10 female fields of study and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 16 Percent distribution of university degree holders aged 25 to 64, for the top 10 female fields of study, by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 17 Unemployment rate of female university degree holders aged 25 to 34 by immigrant status and field of study, and percent of female degree holders aged 25 to 34 that are female immigrants with a degree aged 25 to 34, Canada, 2011

Table 18 Overqualification rates among workers aged 25 to 34 with a university degree by sex, visible minority and immigrant status, Canada, 2011

Table 19 Percentage of the 5 occupations employing the most women and men aged 25 to 34 with a university degree in 1991, 2006 and 2011, Canada

Table 20 Median annual employment income in 2010 and gender ratio of paid employees who worked full time and full year, aged 25 to 64, by highest certificate, diploma or degree, and sex, 2011, Canada

Table 21 Median annual employment income in 2010 of paid employees working full time and full year with an apprenticeship certificate aged 25 to 64 for three fields of study with the highest proportion of graduates by sex, 2011, Canada

Table 22 Median annual employment income in 2010 of paid employees aged 25 to 64, working full time and full year with a college, CEGEP or non-university diploma, for the three fields of study with the highest proportion of graduates by sex, 2011, Canada

Table 23 Median annual employment income in 2010 of paid employees, working full time and full year aged 25 to 64 and had a university degree at the bachelor’s level or above, by field of study and sex, Canada, 2011

Charts

Chart 1a and b Distribution of women and men aged 25 to 64 by highest certificate, diploma or degree, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2011, 2015

Chart 2 Distribution of the population aged 25 to 64 by highest certificate, diploma or degree, and by sex, 2015

Chart 3 Distribution of women aged 25 to 64 by highest certificate, diploma or degree and province and territory, 2015

Chart 4 Percentage of women among graduates from public colleges and universities, by province and territory of study, Canada, 2013

Chart 5 Percentage of NEET (not in employment, education or training) population aged 15 to 29 by labour force status and sex, 2015

Chart 6 Percentage of university STEM and non-STEM degree holders by sex and age group, Canada, 2011

Chart 7 Percentage of university degree holders aged 25 to 64 by field of study, Aboriginal identity and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 8 Percentage of female STEM university degree holders aged 25 to 64 by STEM sub-fields of study and Aboriginal identity, Canada, 2011

Chart 9 Percentage distribution of STEM university degree holders aged 25 to 34 by major occupation group and sex, Canada, 2011

The Girl Child

Tables

Table 1 Children aged 17 and under as a proportion of the total population, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, July 1, 2016

Table 2 Aboriginal identity population aged 17 and under, by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Visible minority groups, population aged 17 and under, by sex, Canada, 2011

Table 4 Population aged 17 and under, by living arrangement, age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 5 Population aged 15 to 17, by living arrangement, Aboriginal identity and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Prevalence of low income after tax (LIM‑AT), population aged 17 and under, by living arrangement, age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Table 7 Distribution of self‑reported general health ratings, population aged 12 to 17, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 8 Population aged 5 to 17, by measured body mass index (BMI) classification, age and sex, Canada, 2012/2013

Table 9 Immunization coverage, population aged 2, 7 and 17, by sex, Canada, 2013

Table 10 Parents and guardians of girls aged 12 to 14 and 17, by main reason for deciding not to vaccinate a child against Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Canada, 2013

Table 11 Proportion of non‑smokers exposed to second‑hand smoke daily or almost daily, population aged 12 to 17, by sex, Canada, 2011/2012 and 2013/2014

Table 12 Leading causes of death, infants (under 1 year), by sex, Canada, 2012

Table 13 Leading causes of death, population aged 1 to 17, by sex, Canada, 2012

Table 14 Leading causes of death, population aged 1 to 17, by age group and sex, Canada, 2012

Table 15 Distribution of self‑reported mental health ratings, population aged 12 to 17, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 16 Population aged 12 to 17, by self‑reported sense of belonging to local community, age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 17 Distribution of self‑reported life stress ratings, population aged 12 to 17, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Table 18 Population aged 1 to 9 years in child care, by main child care type, age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Table 19 Proportion of population aged 15 to 17 who participated in specified types of groups, organizations and associations, by sex, Canada 2013

Table 20 Police‑reported family violence rate, population aged 17 and under, by type of offence and sex, Canada, 2014

Charts

Chart 1 Population aged 17 and under, by age group and sex, Canada, July 1, 2016

Chart 2 Prevalence of low income after tax (LIM‑AT), population aged 17 and under, by sex, Canada, provinces, 2011

Chart 3 Prevalence of low income after tax (LIM‑AT), population aged 17 and under, by age group and sex, Canada, 2011

Chart 4 Proportion of population aged 17 and under living in housing in need of major repairs, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, 2011

Chart 5 Proportion of population aged 17 and under living in housing that is not suitable, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, 2011

Chart 6 Proportion of population aged 12 to 17 that smoked daily or occasionally, by age group and sex, Canada, 2011/2012 and 2013/2014

Chart 7 Proportion of population aged 12 to 17 that reported at least one episode of excessive drinking in the previous 12 months, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Chart 8 Infant mortality rate, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, 2012

Chart 9 Prosocial Behaviour score, population aged 6 to 9, by age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 10 Conduct Disorder–Physical Aggression score, population aged 4 to 9, by age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 11 Hyperactivity–Inattention score, population aged 4 to 9, by age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 12 Proportion of population aged 12 to 17 with a diagnosed mood or anxiety disorder, by age group and sex, Canada, 2013/2014

Chart 13 Proportion of children aged 1 to 9 years in regular child care, by age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 14 Proportion of children aged 1 to 9 years in regular child care, Canada, provinces, 2010

Chart 15 Proportion of children whose parents are very satisfied with their main child care arrangement, population aged 1 to 5 years, by childcare arrangement type, Canada, 2010

Chart 16 Population aged 1 to 2 years, by frequency of selected home literacy activities, by sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 17 Proportion of population aged 3 to 9 engaged daily in selected home literacy activities, by age group and sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 18 Receptive vocabulary score of children who are read daily and children who are not read to daily, population aged 4 to 5 years, by sex, Canada, 2010

Chart 19 Participation in organizations and associations, population aged 15 to 17, by sex, Canada, 2013

Chart 20 Police‑reported family violence rate, population aged 17 and under, by sex, provinces and territories, 2014

Women and Paid Work

Tables

Table 1 Employment rate by sex, province and census metropolitain area; and median monthly childcare fees for selected cities, 2015

Table 2 Employment rates of people aged 25 to 54 by highest level of educational attainment, Canada, 2015

Table 3 Proportion of part­time workers aged 25 to 54 by reason for part­time work, Canada, 2015

Table 4 Distribution of hours lost by employees aged 25 to 54 by reason of absence and sex, and work absence statistics, Canada, 2015

Table 5 Proportion of work interruptions and maternity and parental leave among people aged 25 to 54 who have worked anytime in the past, Canada, 2011

Table 6 Proportion of employment characteristics among people aged 25 to 54 by sex, Canada, 2015

Table 7 Proportion of people aged 25 to 54 employed in the top 20 occupations for women in 2015, Canada, 1987 and 2015

Table 8 Proportion of people aged 25 to 54 in professional occupations in natural and applied sciences, Canada, 1987 and 2015

Table 9 Average hourly wages of full­time workers aged 25 to 54 by highest level of educational attainment, Canada, 2015

Table 10 Average hourly wages of full­time workers aged 25 to 54 by occupation, skill level and sex, Canada, 2015

Table 11 Unemployment rates of people aged 25 to 54 by province, 2015

Table 12 Proportion of unemployed aged 25 to 54 by reason for unemployment and sex, Canada, 2015

Charts

Chart 1 Participation rates of people aged 25 to 54, Canada, 1950 to 2015

Chart 2 Gender participation gap of people aged 25 to 54 in G7 countries, 1984 to 2015

Chart 3 Employment rates of women aged 25 to 54 by marital status, 1976 to 2015

Chart 4 Employment rates of men aged 25 to 54 by marital status, 1976 to 2015

Chart 5 Employment rates of people aged 25 to 54 by marital status, 1976 to 2015

Chart 6 Proportion of people aged 25 to 54 in couple families by economic arrangement, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 7 Employment rates of women aged 25 to 54 by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 8 Employment rates of men aged 25 to 54 by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 9 Employment rates of parents aged 25 to 54 with children under the age of 18 by marital status and sex, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 10 Average usual weekly hours of people aged 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 11 Average usual weekly hours of women aged 25 to 54 by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 12 Average usual weekly hours of men aged 25 to 54 by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 13 Average usual weekly hours of people aged 25 to 54 by age of youngest child in the household, Canada, 2015

Chart 14 Proportion of employed people aged 25 to 54 by industrial sector, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 15 Number of employed people aged 25 to 54 by industrial sector, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 16 Proportion of women aged 25 to 54 in professional occupations in natural and applied sciences, Canada, 1987 to 2015

Chart 17 Gender pay ratio of workers aged 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 18 Unemployment rates of people aged 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 19 Participation rates of people aged 15 to 24 and 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 20 Employment rates of people aged 15 to 24 and 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 21 Unemployment rates of people aged 15 to 24 and 25 to 54, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 22 Participation rates of people aged 25 to 54 and 55 years and over, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 23 Employment rates of people aged 25 to 54 and 55 years and over, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Chart 24 Unemployment rates of people aged 25 to 54 and 55 years and over, Canada, 1976 to 2015

Women with Disabilities

Tables

Table 1 Prevalence of disability among women and men aged 15 or older, by Aboriginal identity and age group, 2011

Table 2 Prevalence of disability among women and men aged 15 or older, by immigrant status and age group, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Prevalence of disability among women and men aged 15 or older, by visible minority status and age group, 2011

Table 4 Living arrangements among women and men aged 15 or older, by disability status and age group, Canada, 2011

Table 5 Cause of main condition for women and men with disabilities, by age group, Canada, 2012

Table 6 Prevalence of disability types for women and men aged 15 or older, by age group, Canada, 2012

Table 7 Use of aids, assistive devices and prescribed medications for women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older, by level of severity, Canada, 2012

Table 8 Type of everyday activities with which help is needed among women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older, by level of severity, Canada, 2012

Table 9 Difficulties faced by women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older when using public or specialized transit, Canada, 2012

Table 10 Highest certificate, diploma, or degree among women and men aged 15 or older and 25 to 54, by disability status, Canada, 2011

Table 11 Educational experiences of women and men with disabilities aged 25 to 34 who had attended school in the past five years, Canada, 2012

Table 12 Employment status and hours worked per week among women and men aged 25 to 54, by disability status, Canada, 2011

Table 13 Needed workplace accommodations that have been made available for women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older, by level of severity, Canada, 2012

Table 14 Sources of personal income for women and men with disabilities, by age group, Canada, 2012

Average after-tax personal and household income for women and men aged 15 or older, by disability status and age group, Canada, 2010

Table 16 Average after-tax household income for women and men aged 15 or older, by disability status, living arrangement, and age group, Canada, 2010

Charts

Chart 1 Prevalence of disability among women and men aged 15 or older, by age group, Canada, 2012

Chart 2 Age-standardized prevalence of disability among women and men aged 15 or older, by region, Canada, 2011

Chart 3 Source of help with everyday activities for women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older, by level of severity, Canada, 2012

Chart 4 Highest certificate, diploma, or degree among women aged 25 to 54, by disability status and level of severity, Canada, 2011

Chart 5 Employment status among women and men with disabilities aged 25 to 54, by severity of disability, Canada, 2011

Chart 6 Perceived labour force discrimination among women and men with disabilities aged 25 to 54, Canada, 2012

Chart 7 Average after-tax personal income of women and men aged 15 or older, by disability status and region, Canada, 2010

Chart 8 Average after-tax household income of women and men with disabilities aged 15 or older, by disability status and region, Canada, 2010

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