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Health regions: boundaries and correspondence with census geography

  • Digital boundary files reflecting health region limits in effect as of June 2005

  • Code-to-code correspondence between health regions and both 1996 and 2001 Census geographic units

  • 2001 Census data 'profile' provides a statistical overview at the health region level, presenting most of the census variables.

Note: This product was revised to reflect boundary changes in Newfoundland, Ontario, and Alberta and official name changes in Quebec. As well, District Health Councils in Ontario were replaced with Local Health Integration Networks. In Nova Scotia, in addition to the previously published Zones, District Health Authorities were incorporated into the product. The boundaries in the remaining provinces and territories have not changed.

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