2004-2005 – Profiles of English-speaking Communities in Selected CLSC Territories
Profiles of Selected English-speaking Communities by CLSC
This report includes a general overview of the situation of the English-speaking population in a minority context as well as the particular demographic characteristics and vitality issues which vary tremendously from community to community.
- The profile of each local community is organized to highlight a broad range of factors that have been shown to have a strong influence on the health status of a population and ultimately the quality of life of its constituents.
- When considered against the backdrop of the 2003–2004 Baseline Data Report, these health determinants can be located in the context of national, provincial and regional demographic characteristics with comparisons between Anglophone minority and Francophone majority populations within a regional territory. In the 2004–2005 version of the Baseline Data Report, the characteristics of CLSC-level communities can be contrasted with the regional and provincial populations.
- Where significant, and possible, the tendencies of certain factors over time will be underlined.
- The commonalities among the selected English-speaking communities as well as the distinct features of each in terms of demographics, experiences, and attitudes are highlighted throughout this process and summarized in terms of key strengths and needs to be targeted in considering future health and social service initiatives.
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