Women in Canada: A Gender-based Statistical Report
- Main page
- Female population
- Families, Living Arrangements and Unpaid Work
- Women and Health
- Women and Education
- Paid work
- Economic Well-being
- Women and the Criminal Justice System
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit Women
- Immigrant Women
- Visible Minority Women
- Senior Women
- Women with activity limitations
- Tables and charts
- More information
- Other issues in this series
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This publication was made possible thanks to the collaboration and financial support of Status of Women Canada, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Justice Canada, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Health Canada, Canadian Heritage, Public Health Agency of Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Public Safety Canada, Western Economic Diversification Canada, Canadian Human Rights Commission, Department of National Defence, National Council of Welfare, Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
This edition of Women in Canada was prepared by the Social and Aboriginal Statistics Division of Statistics Canada. The Statistics Canada team would like to acknowledge Status of Women Canada for their role coordinating the review process with all partners.
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