Spotlight on Canadians: Results from the General Social Survey

Journals and periodicals: 89-652-X

Description:

This publication presents key highlights and results from the General Social Survey on the topics of caregiving and care receiving; social identity; giving, volunteering and participating; victimization; time use; and family.

Frequency: Occasional
Available formats: HTML, PDF
TitlesRelease dateMore Information
Changes in parents' participation in domestic tasks and care for children from 1986 to 2015 June 1, 2017More information
Employer support of volunteering: Underlying characteristics of participation and presence of support measures - ARCHIVEDJune 27, 2016More information
Perceptions of police performance in the territories, 2014June 13, 2016More information
Satisfaction with work-life balance: Fact sheet - ARCHIVEDApril 14, 2016More information
Canadians’ perceptions of neighbourhood disorder, 2014March 2, 2016More information
The use of media to follow news and current affairsFebruary 15, 2016More information
Charitable giving by individualsDecember 16, 2015More information
Public confidence in Canadian institutionsDecember 7, 2015More information
Canadian IdentityOctober 1, 2015More information
Civic engagement and political participation in CanadaSeptember 14, 2015More information
Sense of belonging to Canada, province of residence and local community - ARCHIVEDJune 29, 2015More information
Volunteering in Canada, 2004 to 2013June 18, 2015More information
Trends in social capital in CanadaMay 20, 2015More information
Volunteering and charitable giving in CanadaJanuary 30, 2015More information
Canadians’ connections with family and friendsDecember 23, 2014More information
Child care in CanadaOctober 30, 2014More information
End-of-life care, 2012 - ARCHIVEDOctober 3, 2014More information
Young Canadians providing careSeptember 24, 2014More information
Receiving care at homeJune 13, 2014More information
Parenting and Child Support After Separation or DivorceFebruary 12, 2014More information
Portrait of Caregivers, 2012September 10, 2013More information