Women in Canada 2005: A Gender-based Statistical Report, 5th Edition
|December 9, 2010: The first of several
articles that will comprise the Sixth Edition of Women in Canada has
been released by Statistics Canada in PDF and HTML formats only. No decision
has been made on whether a printed version will be published. The PDF version
of the Sixth Edition's articles can be downloaded free of charge from
Statistics Canada's website:
http://www.statcan.ca/start.html. We will update this page once
Statistics Canada decides on whether or not to publish a hard copy of the Sixth
|Catalogue No.||89-503-XPE 05001|
|Language||English; Aussi disponible en français|
|New Sixth Edition available on-line from Statistics Canada|
Prepared by the Target Groups of Statistics Canada under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Colin Lindsay with the assistance of Associate Editor Marcia Almey.
Published by Statistics Canada, 2006.
| The fifth edition of Women in
Canada provides a comprehensive statistical profile of the evolving status
of women in Canadian society. This 300 page report provides a statistical
overview of their demographic characteristics, family arrangements, health,
education, employment and unpaid work activity, income, housing, and criminal
victimization. It also includes separate sections describing the situations of
immigrant women, women in the visible minority community, Aboriginal women,
senior women and women with disabilities. Supported by more than 65 key colour
charts and 190 tables, this report presents this wealth of information in a
clear and concise form.
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