Perceived mental health by sex, by province and territory (Very good or excellent (%))

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Perceived mental health by sex, by province and territory
(Very good or excellent (%))
  2011 2012 2013 2014
  %
Very good or excellent      
Canada 72.6 71.7 71.1 71.1
Males 73.5 72.7 71.9 72.1
Females 71.7 70.7 70.3 70.1
Newfoundland and Labrador 73.2 73.3 74.1 72.8
Males 72.9 73.9 74.5 73.4
Females 73.4 72.6 73.7 72.2
Prince Edward Island 70.6 71.5 69.4 69.5
Males 71.8 75.2 73.4 69.8
Females 69.5 68.1 65.8 69.3
Nova Scotia 72.8 70.7 68.6 69.7
Males 73.0 71.1 68.3 74.2
Females 72.6 70.4 68.8 65.5
New Brunswick 68.0 68.7 66.7 64.1
Males 68.4 69.1 67.0 63.9
Females 67.7 68.5 66.4 64.2
Quebec 75.2 74.6 73.8 74.0
Males 76.2 76.5 75.1 73.8
Females 74.2 72.8 72.5 74.3
Ontario 72.7 72.2 70.9 70.4
Males 73.2 73.2 72.5 71.8
Females 72.2 71.2 69.4 69.1
Manitoba 67.5 69.1 70.6 69.1
Males 68.2 68.1 71.7 69.5
Females 66.9 70.1 69.6 68.6
Saskatchewan 68.4 67.2 70.5 68.8
Males 68.4 67.7 70.2 70.7
Females 68.3 66.8 70.9 67.0
Alberta 74.4 71.5 72.4 72.1
Males 74.8 73.3 71.9 73.8
Females 73.9 69.7 73.0 70.3
British Columbia 69.7 67.8 67.1 69.7
Males 72.4 67.5 66.5 70.8
Females 67.0 68.1 67.6 68.6
Yukon 64.6 71.6 65.5 63.8
Males 62.9 71.4 64.1 63.4
Females 66.2 71.7 66.8 64.1
Northwest Territories 61.3 64.3 66.9 60.5
Males 67.3 65.7 65.4 60.1
Females 54.9 62.7 68.4 60.8
Nunavut 53.8 60.1 55.3 53.6
Males 59.1 61.8 61.5 60.1
Females 48.1E 58.3 48.9 46.6

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