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09 Aug 2017


We’re speaking more languages, but is our landscape more diverse?

August 9, 2017 | By

Each fresh wave of results from the 2016 Census brings a new appreciation for Canada’s deepening diversity, and last week’s release is no exception. As of 2016, 23 per cent of Canadians have a language other than English or French as their “mother tongue.” That figure rises to 29 per cent in Ontario and a remarkable 47 per cent – almost one in two – in Toronto. Read More

27 May 2015

Hardest Places to Live Data Release

May 27, 2015

Earlier this month we published our analysis of the Hardest Places to Live in Canada.

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17 May 2015

Mapping a shortcoming in Canada’s statistical data

May 17, 2015

Mowat’s Mark Jarvis discusses the insufficient statistical data available for the mapping of Canada’s Hardest Places to Live.
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07 May 2015

Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in Canada?

May 7, 2015

In June 2014 the New York Times’ “Upshot” published a striking map depicting the hardest places to live in America.

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