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2000 income: An overview
Pina Lanovara, Heather Lathe, Gaétan Garneau and David Pringle

A brief look at family incomes in 2000 and changes since 1980.

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January 2003 Vol. 4, no. 1

2002 - A good year in the labour market
Geoff Bowlby

In 2002, the labour market defied expectations by improving dramatically. A strong economy spurred a well-rounded improvement in the labour market in most industries and provinces.

Profiling RRSP contributors
Boris Palameta

What makes one person more likely than another to contribute to an RRSP? Personal characteristics examined include income, sex, age, membership in an employer-sponsored pension plan, self-employment, and participation in non-registered savings and investment vehicles. Family characteristics include income disparity between spouses, spouses RRSP participation, type of marriage, number of dependent children, and presence of low- and high-income children over 18 in the household.

Key labour and income facts

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