The Daily Monday, April 15, 2019
April 15, 2019
The population living in shelters: Who are they?
Access to safe and affordable housing is an important aspect of well-being. Unfortunately, some Canadians are unable to secure stable housing and, for various reasons, may stay in a shelter. This study uses census data to provide an overview of the population living in shelters, one that is often excluded from the target population of surveys.
Quarterly Retail Commodity Survey, fourth quarter 2018
Retail sales in Canada increased 0.7% year over year to $157.1 billion in the fourth quarter.
Infographic: Seniors online
Being connected is reshaping how we work, interact, spend our free time and live our lives. Efforts to keep up with and understand these events have led to increased focus on the complex relationships between technology, work-life balance and the personal well-being of Canadians of all ages. The 2016 Canadians at Work and Home survey revealed that older Canadians are making large inroads into the digital world.
Regional discussion report: Review of First Nations, Métis and Inuit questions on the census
Statistics Canada is preparing for the 2021 Census to ensure the collection of accurate and timely data for First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations in Canada.