Abstract: Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that affects nearly over three million Canadians, including immigrants. The timing of the first onset of diabetes has been linked to other severe co-morbidities. Yet, there is a dearth of empirical studies that examine the timing of the onset of diabetes among Canadian, in general, and among immigrants and ethnic minority populations within Canada, in particular. We address this research void by applying event history techniques to the 2013 Canadian Community and Health Survey. Read more.
Current Labour Market Observer (LMO) for January 2017
Authors: Dr. Lynn Gambin and Troy Osmond
The Newfoundland and Labrador Economy: A Reality Check
A Presentation to the Board of Trade's The Power of Possibility: People, Passion, Persistence
Wade Locke, Department of Economics, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Economic activity in the province has improved slightly since the previous forecast, and CARE is now forecasting real GDP growth to be -0.27% for the 2016. Higher oil production and increasing oil prices are having moderate positive effects on growth. The economy still faces problems with decreasing levels of employment, hours worked and lower wages. Furthermore, declining levels of capital expenditure, fiscal restraint by the government and increased taxes have been and continue to be a drag on growth this year.
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