Language transmission from immigrant mothers in 1981 to their daughters aged 25 to 42 in 2006 and their children aged less than 18, born in Canada, 1981 and 2006
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|Mother's mother tongue||Children with same mother tongue as their mother's||Odds of having same mother tongue as mother|
|Year's effect (non-controlled)||41||23*||1.000||0.444*|
|... not applicable
† reference year
* statistically significant difference from the reference year at p < 0.01
1. Includes Croatian, Serbian, Serbo-Croatian and Bosniac.
2. Chinese languages: Chinese (not otherwise specified), Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka, Chaochow (Teochow), Fukien, Shanghainese and Taiwanese.
3. The odds ratios related to the language groups are from model 1. The odds rations related to the year's effect stem from models 2 and 3. See "What you should know about this study".
Source: Statistics Canada, 1981 and 2006 Censuses of Population.