Observatoire montréalais

Statistics

Data | Statistics organisations

The notion of inequality refers directly to a form of comparison. To identify inequalities, analyse their trends, and compare regions or sub-groups of the population, statistics are a valuable, even essential, tool. OMISS is committed to publicising and even developing statistical models that will allow us to follow health and social indicators over the years.

We encourage you to keep us informed to inform us of the sites or sources of statistical data that may be significant to the research of other partners in the network.


DATA

Most of the statistics that are listed concern the City of Montréal; however, some statistics also allow you to compare data from Montréal with data from other regions of Quebec or the Canada.

 

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STATISTICS ORGANISATIONS

To access more detailed databases, we suggest you consult the Web sites of the following


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