Health Regions: Boundaries and Correspondence with Census Geography Table 5 Census subdivisions linked to more than one health regionTable 5 Census subdivisions linked to more than one health region
This table displays the results of Census subdivisions linked to more than one health region. The information is grouped by Provinces with splits (appearing as row headers), 2006 Census subdivisions and 2011 Census subdivisions (appearing as column headers).
Provinces with splits
2006 Census subdivisions
2011 Census subdivisions
Nova Scotia – District Health Authorities
Ontario – Local Health Integration Networks
Ontario – Public Health Units
Source: Statistics Canada.
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