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Cotton, C., M. Webber and Y. Saint-Pierre (1999) "Should the Low Income Cutoffs Be Updated? A Discussion Paper", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE99009. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m1999009-eng.pdf.

Cotton, C. and M. Webber (2000) "Should the Low Income Cutoffs Be Updated? A Summary of Feedback on Statistics Canada's Discussion Paper", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE00011. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m2000011-eng.pdf.

Cotton, C. (2001) "Recent Developments in the Low Income Cutoffs", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE01003. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m2001003-eng.pdf.

Cotton, C., K. Bishop, P. Giles, P. Hewer and Y. Saint-Pierre (1999) " A comparison of the results of the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) and the Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) 1993-1997 – Update", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE99007. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m1999007-eng.pdf

Cunningham, R., P. Lafrance, J. Rowland and J. Murray (1997) "SLID geography and its impact on low income measurement", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE97009. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m1997009-eng.pdf.

Fellegi, I.P. (1997) "On poverty and low income", Statistics Canada, 13F0027XIE. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/13f0027x/13f0027x1999001-eng.htm.

Giles, P. (2004) "Low Income Measurement in Canada", Statistics Canada, Income Research Paper Series, 75F0002MIE. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f0002m/75f0002m2004011-eng.pdf.

Greenlee, E., and W. Rea (2005) "The Effects of the Revised Estimation Methodology on Estimates from Household Expenditure Surveys", Statistics Canada, Household Expenditures Research Paper Series, 62F0026MIE2005002. www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/62f0026m/62f0026m2005002-eng.pdf.

Hatfield, Michael, Wendy Pyper and Burton Gustajtis. (2010) First Comprehensive Review of the Market Basket Measure of Low Income. Applied Research Branch paper. Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. June. Forthcoming:
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