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    Seamounts of the Northeast Pacific Ocean

    Seamounts have been identified as Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas (EBSAs) due to their unique oceanography and ecology; they frequently serve as sites for fisheries and as habitat for a number of species of conservation concern. A mix of isolated seamounts and seamount complexes...
    Organization:
    Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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    Demographic Dependence Report, Quebec, 1971-2051

    Highlight: The demographic dependency ratio will increase significantly over the next few years. According to the ISQ projection (Reference Case), the number of people aged 65 and over per 100 people aged 20-64 will increase from 25 in 2011 to more than 50 in 2051. Sources: Statistics Canada,...
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Positive perception of one's health by sex and age, population aged 12 and ov...

    Highlight: While positive perceptions of health declines with age, the majority of seniors living at home see their health as positive. Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2009-2010, share file. Compilation: Institut de la statistique du Québec. Warning: All estimates...
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
    Issued by:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Changes in the share of employment for certain age groups, Québec, 1976-2010

    Highlight: Workers aged 55 and over now occupy a larger share of jobs than those aged 15-24. Sources: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Chronological Review, 71F0004XVB, 2010
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Proportion and size of major age groups, Quebec, 1971-2051

    Highlight: Between 1971 and 2011, the proportion of people aged 65 and over in the Quebec population more than doubled and their number multiplied threefold. By 2051, their proportion is expected to increase from 16% to 28%. Sources: Statistics Canada, Demographic Estimates (1971 to 2011)....
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Employment developments, persons of all levels of education and holders of a ...

    Highlight: From 2000 to 2011, in Quebec, employment for 65 and over grew more than the 55-64 year olds, particularly among university degree holders. Source: Adapted by Statistics Canada (HC) Institut de la statistique du Québec (ISQ), CANSIM, Table 282-0004 - Labour Force Survey (LFS), estimates...
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Low income rate by low income measure, Quebec, 1993-2009

    Highlight: The low income rate among people aged 65 and over increased during the period 1993 to 2009. Sources: Statistics Canada, Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID) and Survey of Consumer Finances, Master Files. Compilation: Institut de la statistique du Québec.
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Government and Municipalities of Québec
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    Distribution of patients receiving cancer treatment by cancer site and age, Q...

    Highlight: More than half of people treated for colorectal, prostate or breast cancer in 2005-2006 are aged 50 years and older. Source: Institut de la statistique du Québec, Quebec Survey on the Quality of Cancer Services, 2008.
    Organization:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
    Issued by:
    Government and Municipalities of Québec
    Resource Formats:
    • XML
    • HTML
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