1. Resources & Publications

    Immigration and Language in Canada, 2011 and 2016

    This document focuses on immigration and language in Canada. It presents a general statistical portrait of immigrants by certain language characteristics and by their main countries of birth, using data from the 2011 National Household Survey and the 2016 Census of Population. This document presents a descriptive analysis of recent...
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    Health Statistics for Niagara

    This site includes a collection of statistics on health topics and progress status for program and service delivery. Topics include: Behaviours Cancer Child Health Demographics Infectious Diseases Injuries Maternal and Newborn Health Opiods Substance Use Published By: Niagara Region
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    Families in Canada Interactive Timeline

    Data shows that families and family life in Canada have become increasingly diverse and complex across generations – a reality highlighted when one looks at broader trends over time. This resource looks at Motherhood; Fatherhood; Demographics; Families & Households; and Health & Wellbeing, by decade, from the 1970’s to present....
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    Niagara Counts 2018: Homelessness Point-in-Time Count Report

    Niagara Counts 2018, Niagara’s second homelessness Point-in-Time (PiT) Count, was conducted in late March 2018. A PiT Count is intended to provide a snapshot of homelessness at a single point in time through a homeless enumeration and an accompanying survey (i.e. collected information on the demographics, experience, and services needs...
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    Identifying Built Barriers: Where Do Our Most Vulnerable Older Adults Live in Ontario’s Mid-Sized Cities?

    Rapid population aging and mass migration to cities are the greatest demographic shifts of our time.  Overwhelmingly, older adults in this country have expressed a desire to age-in-place, but this begs the question: how well do the places we live support the health and wellbeing of older adults? To begin...
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    Youth in Niagara: Highly Skilled, Highly Mobile (Policy Brief #32)

    With Niagara’s shift toward an aging population, our authors looked to the region’s youth to examine where Niagara’s workforce is headed, highlight potential future opportunities, and understand where Niagara’s youth fit within a broader provincial snapshot. This paper updates the Niagara Community Observatory’s policy brief #28 with research into the...
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    Opioid-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Ontario (Interactive Tool)

    The Interactive Opioid Tool allows users to explore the most recent opioid-related morbidity and mortality data including emergency department visits, hospitalizations and deaths. Results can be viewed by public health unit, local health integration network, age, sex, and in some cases, drug type. Data from the interactive tool suggests there...

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