Partners

Aboriginal peoples

Agriculture

Business, consumer and property services

Business performance and ownership

Children and youth

Construction

Crime and justice

Culture and leisure

Economic accounts

Education, training and learning

Energy

Environment

Ethnic diversity and immigration

Families, households and housing

Health

Associated products

Table 1.1 Health Canada
Product Description
Second Report on Human Biomonitoring of Environmental Chemicals in Canada This Health Canada document presents national biomonitoring data on the Canadian population's exposure to chemicals, collected as part of Statistics Canada's Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS). The national data will improve our understanding of chemical exposure in people and help with the development of policies to protect the health of Canadians.
Table 1.2 Public Health Agency of Canada
Product Description
Chronic Disease Infobase Data Cubes Interactive databases that allow users to select and customize pre-defined tables and charts. This public Internet tool compliments the Chronic Disease Infobase mapping tool.
Fast Facts from the 2009 Canadian Community Health Survey – Osteoporosis Rapid Response First national fact sheet on osteoporosis. Osteoporosis has been identified as an emerging priority area for chronic disease surveillance. National-level statistics were previously not available for this condition.
Fast Facts from the 2009 Canadian Community Health Survey – Sleep Apnea Rapid Response First national fact sheet on sleep apnea.  Sleep apnea has been identified as an emerging priority area for chronic disease surveillance.  National-level statistics were previously not available for this condition.
The Burden of Diabetes in Atlantic Canada. 2011. This document provides timely statistics on diabetes and selected risk factors. It serves as a tool to inform stakeholders of the epidemiology of diabetes and selected risk factors for program planning and policy development. It also underlines PHAC Atlantic's commitment to identify and recognize the important role of risk factors in diabetes as well as those populations within the region who are at greater risk of developing the disease.

Income, pensions, spending and wealth

Information and communications technology

International trade

Labour

Languages

Manufacturing

Population and demography

Prices and price indexes

Reference

Retail and wholesale

Science and technology

Seniors

Society and community

Transportation

Travel and tourism

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