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Canadian Community Health Survey, Cycle 2.2, 2004: Summary data tables (PDF)

Statistics Canada released summary data tables on nutrient intakes from food, based on data collected from the Canadian community health survey, cycle 2.2, Nutrition (2004)  Includes a set of 42 summary tables organized by nutrient and by region. 

The nutrient intakes represent food consumption, and exclude data on nutrient intakes from vitamin and mineral supplements. Nutrients include:

Youth custody and community service survey (YCCS)

Youth Custody and Community Services survey generates data in order to provide information to the justice community on the nature and extent of youth corrections and community services for young offenders and to inform the public. The YCCS covers all occurrences relating to a youth who has commenced an uninterrupted period of time serving either a custodial and/or community-based disposition. It also collects information on youths being held in remand (non-sentenced custody while awaiting trial, sentencing, or transfer to and from an institution).

Youth court survey (YCS)

The objective of the Youth Court Survey (YCS) is to produce a national database of statistical information on charges, cases and persons involving accused who are aged 12 to 17 years (up to the 18th birthday) at the time of the offence. As of 2009/2010, this survey became part of the Integrated Criminal Court Survey.

Transition home survey (THS)

The survey frame for the Transition Home Survey was developed during consultations with the various provincial governments and associations and every effort was made to ensure that all facilities in operation at the time of the survey were included. It is possible, however, that residential facilities which began operation after the initial set of consultations were not included in the survey. While it is assumed that the number of omissions is minimal, it is impossible to estimate the impact of this under-reporting.