STATSCAN

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STATSCANStatistics Canada (government)
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See also Allison Jane Smith, "Youth Aren't Apathetic, and StatsCan Has the Proof", The Ottawa Citizen (28 February 2016) online: Ottawa Citizen <http://ottawacitizen.
[4.] StatsCan, Health Analysis Division, Ottawa, ON
You wouldn't guess it from government talking points, but the oil, gas, mining, and forestry industry ranks only 14th of the 16 Industries that Statscan tracks in terms of jobs.
Munir Sheikh, StatsCan's Head Statistician resigned shortly thereafter.
The study, conducted by three researchers at Statscan, Kristyn Frank, Feng Hou and Grant Schellenberg, covered immigrants who have been in Canada for less than 10 years.
StatsCan reports from 2000 and 2001 show rates of asthma in Edmonton are 10 per cent above the national average.
According to StatsCan nearly 80 per cent of Canadians aged 18-64 watch videos online.
* Macdonald-Laurier Institute study questions StatsCan's crime numbers
Aside from taking into consideration the different methodology used and the reserves that weren't enumerated when looking at 2006 census figures in relation to the 2011 NHS numbers, StatsCan also notes that new legislation impacted Aboriginal identity and registered Indian status as well as changes made to the definition of reserves.