Question How many children (0 to 18) in Canada have been affected by divorce? (so this could include children living in lone-parent families, or children now living in blended families et cetera). I can get from the shelf tables number of children for a year, but that doesn’t tell me a total for Canada over […]
Monthly Archive for June, 2006
Question A researcher wants to have the distribution of frequence for variable M6 of GSS (cycle 09). In the record layout, we can read..”the write-in information contained in M6 and M7 was coded to the 3 digit level and subsequently collapsed for this presentation”. Is it possible to obtain the original distribution of answers for […]
Question We have had a request for Survey 2425: Annual Survey of Arts, Entertainment and Recreation. There are tables available on CANSIM but is there a public-use microdata file that can be added to the DLI collection? Response A microdata public use file was not created for this survey.
Question I can’t find these tables. I didn’t find them on the FTP site. Could someone tell me where those are? Census of Canada, 1981. User Summary Tape EAC81A10: Population by Mother Tongue (Short form, Enumeration area level) EAC81B10. Population by Sex and Home Language, Official Language, Ethnic Origin, and Religion (Long form, Enumeration area […]
Question I’m looking at the ITS data – the new files – so 2000-2005. For the Canadian Resident, trips to overseas and trip to abroad(US) files.. the labels for Activities of Travelling Party. In 2000 we have the following variables and labels: ACT 1 ACTIVITY OF TRAVEL PARTY-FRIEND/RELATIVE ACT 2 ACTIVITY OF TRAVEL PARTY-FESTIVALS/FAIRS ACT […]
Questions NPHS 1. The IMDB entry explains that “The NPHS Cycle 3 (1998-1999) cross-sectional sample contains all members of the NPHS longitudinal sample and 2 top-up samples.” So does this mean that the cross-sectional data from each cycle is gathered from the same “longitudinal” respondents each time (plus the top-up, and minus the longitudinal non-respondents, […]
Question A researcher at McMaster is looking for information at the census tract level on residential movement for the Halifax CMA. That is, how many households from each CT moved to each other CT (or out of the CMA) during a time period. In addition, data on vacancy rates and new dwelling constructions per CT […]