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Occupational surveillance in Canada: cause-specific mortality among workers, 1965-1991

These data contain the results of a longitudinal follow-up of the 10% Canadian Occupational Cohort, a sample of 700,000 individuals, both women and men, in the Canadian workforce during the period 1965-71, linked to the Canadian Mortality Data Base (CMDB) for 1965-1991.

Data creator: 
Statistics Canada
Date of creation: 
2000 Jul 28th
Ottawa, Ont.: Statistics Canada. Data Liberation Initiative
Date of distribution: 
2007 Dec 11th
Time period: 
Date of collection: 
1965 to 1991
Mode of data collection: 


Extent of file: 
1 ASCII data file (27,597 physical records) & 203 MS Excel format data files (number of physical records varies) & 302 documentation and program files

Original dissemination medium cd-rom.

Access conditions and restrictions: 
CD number: