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Faible revenu dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement, 1980 a 2000

  • McLeod, Logan
  • Heisz, Andrew

Ce rapport examine le revenu et le faible revenu dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement entre 1980 et 2000. On y evalue la situation des familles ainsi que celle des quartiers dans lesquels celles-ci vivent. La situation des nouveaux immigrants, de meme que celles des Autochtones et des membres des familles monoparentales est egalement evaluee. Au cours de la periode de 1980 a 2000, le revenu median avant impot s'est accru dans l'ensemble des regions metropolitaines de recensement (RMR) du Canada. Le revenu a augmente aux deux extremites de la repartition des revenus, mais a augmente plus rapidement au sommet. Dans presque toutes les villes, le revenu s'est accru plus rapidement dans les quartiers a revenu eleve (mesures a l'echelon des secteurs de recensement) que dans les quartiers a plus faible revenu. La frequence du faible revenu etait similaire en 1980 et en 2000, mais la composition demographique du faible revenu a change, dans la mesure ou les taux de faible revenu ont augmente parmi certains groupes

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse sociale et de la modelisation in its series Tendances et conditions dans les regions metropolitaines de recensement with number 2004001f.

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Date of creation: 07 Apr 2004
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Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp7f:2004001f
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