Among adolescents aged 12 to 17 years in Canada who had used electronic and tobacco #cigarettes, 66% reported trying an e-cigarette before smoking a regular tobacco one. For more info: ow.ly/Z5mb50K0h3t.
For the second Sustainable Development Goal, Canada and other United Nations member states committed to ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture by 2030. To learn more: ow.ly/iL2050K01Rf. #SDGs
Interested in learning about the latest key results and how to access data products from the #2021Census? Join us today from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Eastern time) for an introductory webinar: ow.ly/YNLe50K00Iw.
In a recent study, we explored the association between parental income and the pathways of young adults in postsecondary #education who began their studies in the 2012/2013 academic year. Find out more: ow.ly/vEZZ50JZa2S. #CdnEdu
In 2020, higher income inequality was reported in Canada’s larger urban centres (Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver) compared with smaller cities and rural areas (Saguenay and Drummondville). For more details: ow.ly/PKYe50JZ5NV. #2021Census
Total investment in residential #housing in 2021 increased 31.3% from 2020 to reach $248.5 billion in nominal value. Investment increased by more than 20% in every province and territory except Nunavut, which saw a decrease of 12.4%. Learn more: ow.ly/uQTY50JZ7p9.
Canada’s urban transit agencies carried 94.5 million passengers in May―an increase of 42.8 million from May 2021 and marking the 14th consecutive month of year-over-year growth. Learn more: ow.ly/tmZ950JZ4L6.
In recent decades, participation rates in group religious activities have declined in #Canada. The proportion of people who participated in this kind of activity at least once a month fell from 43% in 1985 to 23% in 2019. ow.ly/Hc1150JYpvv
Emoji sentence revealed ‼️ Data paint an updated picture of Canada’s population.
Stay tuned on August 17, 2022, as we release new data from the #2021Census on linguistic diversity and the use of English and French in Canada. ow.ly/oOgc50JY4Lh
Were you invited to participate in our Labour Force Survey? Canadians are counting on you to help us paint an accurate picture of the current state of the country’s #labour market.
Complete it today! ow.ly/oqOS50JWTco
The 2022 Indigenous Peoples Survey, which is currently underway, will collect essential information to help plan programs and services in education, health, housing, etc., for #Indigenous people in Canada. For more info: ow.ly/1m2y50JWSCC. #IPS2022
How do you spend your time? The Time Use Survey measures how Canadians spend their time on various activities they need to complete in a day. If your household has been selected for this survey, please participate: ow.ly/TCyl50JWMQo.
The Canadian Social Survey on Well-being and Caregiving is now underway. If you’ve been selected, please participate: ow.ly/kIwA50JWLhu.
Results will provide important information about the provision of care to Canadians and about their quality of life.
What has been around for over 150 years and can last up to 200 years? #Plastic!
In fact, Canada’s plastic usage is growing at a faster pace than the economy and the population. To learn more: ow.ly/S2Rv50JWIRl. #PlasticFreeJuly
Summer is upon us, and Canadians are eager to enjoy the warmer weather.
Particularly, we love the water; after all, #Canada has over 247,000 kilometres of coastline, more than any other country in the world.
Learn more: ow.ly/aZmX50JX1hg.
Median household after-tax #income in #Canada grew 9.8% to $73,000 from 2015 to 2020. In comparison, it grew 4.5% from 2010 to 2015, when the economy was rebounding from the 2008/2009 recession. ow.ly/YOKf50JX8TM
Have you been invited to participate in the Survey on the Official Language Minority Population? ow.ly/of0150JWLI9
Your responses will provide valuable insight on ways to improve services offered in the official language of your choice.
International transactions in securities generated a net inflow of funds of $1.8 billion into the Canadian economy in May, after a net outflow of funds of $7.0 billion in April.
Learn more: ow.ly/kBMr50JWHss.
#DYK? According to the new #2021Census data, #Quebec led the way as the province in Canada with the highest proportion (19%) of adults in private households living alone. To learn more: ow.ly/anMu50JVWrm.
We’re adding cheesy stats to this #MacNCheeseDay! 🧀
In February 2022, the average price for 250 grams of processed cheese slices was $2.77. ow.ly/4Pnq50JW0zA0
What topping do you add to your mac and cheese?
In 2021, members of the CAF counted in the #2021Census were younger on average (36.2 years old) than the employed labour force overall (41.9). Women serving in 2021 were older than their male counterparts. For more info: ow.ly/yAhk50JUWTF.
From 2015 to 2020, income inequality fell in all provinces and territories, with household after-tax income declining only in Alberta and in Newfoundland and Labrador. To learn more:
Among G7 countries, Canada has the highest share of couples living common law, owing mainly to the popularity of this type of union in Quebec—home to 43% of all common-law couples in the country. ow.ly/qFq550JUXFt#2021Census
Households composed of roommates—two or more people living together, none of whom are part of a census family—are the fastest-growing household type in Canada, increasing by 54% from 2001 to 2021. ow.ly/qsVM50JUYZb
Of the 30.3 million Canadian adults aged 15 and older, 68.4%, or 20.7 million people, received payments from one or more federal, provincial or territorial pandemic relief benefits. ow.ly/YxVv50JUWM6#2021Census
The #2021Census presents the first census profile of Canada’s military in half a century! In 2021, 97,625 Canadians were counted as serving in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), and 461,240 people said they were veterans. More info: ow.ly/rrXg50JURwC.
New results from the #2021Census reveal that 4.4 million people were living alone in 2021, representing 15% of adults aged 15 and older living in private households in Canada. For more info: ow.ly/kNZc50JUQCi.
New data from the #2021Census on #income in Canada: Overall, 69.6% of Canadians aged 15 and older received employment income in 2020. Median employment income in Canada was $37,200, down 2.1% from 2019. ow.ly/CLHm50JUPcL
The #2021Census took a snapshot of Canada’s 8.6 million couples: in 2021, 57% of adults aged 15 and older were part of a couple, similar to the proportion observed 100 years earlier (58%), in 1921. For more info on couples in Canada: ow.ly/ppOm50JUNmT.