Beyond “just the facts,” Statistical Snapshots publications explore modern families and the social, economic, cultural and environmental contexts that shape family life in a simple and visually engaging format.
This publication is designed for educators, students, journalists, social service professionals and anyone interested in understanding modern families and family experiences in Canada.
A Snapshot of Families and Food in Canada (September 2017)
A statistical exploration of families and food in Canada, including family meals, eating patterns, nutrition, food security and more.
A Snapshot of Men, Work and Family Relationships in Canada (June 2017)
Statistical highlights of the diversity among working men in Canada and the ways work and family intersect and interact.
A Snapshot of Population Aging and Intergenerational Relationships in Canada (May 2017)
An overview of the new 2016 Census data exploring population aging in Canada and its impact on family relationships.
A Snapshot of Women, Work and Family in Canada (May 2017)
Statistical highlights of the diversity among working women in Canada and the ways work and family intersect and interact.
A Snapshot of Family Caregiving and Work in Canada (February 2017)
A statistical overview of family caregiving in Canada that focuses on how family care and work intersect and interact.
A Snapshot of Military and Veteran Families in Canada (November 2016)
A detailed portrait of military and Veteran families in Canada, their family relationships and the impact of military life on family well-being.
A Snapshot of Workplace Mental Health in Canada (October 2016)
Information and insights about workplace mental health, stigma and family support in Canada.
A Snapshot of Grandparents in Canada (September 2016)
Statistical analyses of grandparents in Canada, their family relationships, and the evolving social and economic contexts in which they live.