There are over 2,000 documents produced by Statistics Canada on the Health of Canadians. This data is derived from a number of different targeted surveys as well as the Census.
While there may be tables that are related between these tables and the Health indicators. These are strictly Stats Can (While Health Indicators are created in collaboration with CIHI). Topics are organized differently on this page. It's worth taking the time to explore.
1. Start on Statistics Canada's Health page (or select "Subjects" - "Health")
There is a lot of content on the Health Statistics page including:
2. (2a) Select one of the topics OR (2b) click on More related subjects: Health to go to the tables and see ALL sub-topics.
3. On the Health (Data tables) page, there are a number of sections worth pointing out
a. Key Indicators (same as on the previous page)
b. Health topics and subtopics - use these to filter the results and gain access to more tools.
Topics include (each is subdivided into subtopics):
c. Product type (click on a tab to filter):
d. Results - click on one of these products to see more information.
Click on a topic or subtopic to move to the next page. Ex. Diseases and physical health conditions > Arthritis
4. The topic page gives you access to new filter options. Select the following:
5. Select the table (or analysis document) that best fits your needs. Tables can then be further customized by geography, age, sex, etc. (depending on available variables) More about customizing Statistics Canada Tables here. (coming soon)
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