1. Resources & Publications

    Cannabis Market Data

    This information is collected under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations, which replaced the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations on August 24, 2016. Based on market data, there is an overall sufficient supply of cannabis for medical purposes to meet the current needs of registered clients. Published By: Government of...
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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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    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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    Opioid-Related Harms in Canada

    The rise in opioid-related harms is an issue of increasing public health importance in Canada. Measures that provide a better understanding of the harms associated with opioid use are a high priority. This chartbook provides an overview of opioid-related harms in Canada, including available data on hospitalizations and emergency department...
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    How Canada Compares: Results from the Commonwealth Fund’s 2017 International Health Policy Survey of Seniors

    The 2017 edition of The Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey focused on the views and experiences of seniors (age 65 and older) in 11 developed countries. This chartbook highlights the Canadian story of seniors’ interactions with their health system, and it examines how these experiences vary across Canada relative...
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    Languages Used in the Workplace in Canada (Census in Brief)

    The 2016 Census data indicate the importance of international migration in the evolution of Canada’s population. Despite increasing ethnocultural and linguistic diversity within the Canadian population, English and French remain the languages of convergence and integration into Canadian society. The census collects information on language of work primarily to measure...
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    Commuters Using Sustainable Transportation in Census Metropolitan Areas (Census in Brief)

    People use sustainable modes of transportation for various reasons, including cost, availability, the environment and convenience. Regardless of the reasons, using sustainable transportation has a number of documented benefits, such as less pollution, reduced traffic congestion, fewer accidents, better health (particularly as a result of walking or cycling) and reduced...

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