Canadian Families at the Approach of the Year 2000
|Based on data derived from the 1991 Census of Population, the study
Canadian Families at the Approach of the Year 2000 examines the
structure and composition of Canadian families, comparing families of the 1960s
to those of the early 1990s. It looks at changes to marriage, divorce and
childbearing patterns, and how adults and children are affected by those
changes. The report also looks at living conditions such as parental
occupation, financial resources and housing.
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Published by Statistics Canada, 1999.
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