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Canada is #1 in the G7: Common Law Marriage - 6CR #162

Canada is #1 in the G7: Common Law Marriage - 6CR #162

August 19, 2022
23% of Canada marriages are classified as common law, and this ranks fourth for all countries but first in the G7. Darnell & Joel engage in a conversation regarding the Statistics Canada report and address the following:
  • Common law vs marriage
  • In Quebec 43% of marriages are common law
  • Gender diversity data

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Produced by Madden Mitchell Media

Song from our intro: Sho Baraka - Pedantic

Related Episodes: #107 & #4

References:

State of the union: Canada leads the G7 with nearly one-quarter of couples living common law, driven by Quebec

Common-law couples on the rise, Statistics Canada data show

Infographic 3 - Canada has the highest proportion of couples living common law among G7 countries

Infographic 5 - Common-law couples are most prevalent in the territories and Quebec, less so in Ontario and the Prairies

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Stats That Don’t Count: Decoding “Canada’s Colour Coded Income Inequality” with Economist Stefan Dindayal - 6CR #65

Stats That Don’t Count: Decoding “Canada’s Colour Coded Income Inequality” with Economist Stefan Dindayal - 6CR #65

December 13, 2019

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives published a report titled "Canada’s Colour Coded Income Inequality" on Dec 9th, 2019. Darnell and Joel are joined by economist Stefan Dindayal to discuss what we can and cannot learn from this study. Their conversation addresses the following:

  • Stefan's background
  • Data presented in the report
  • Controlling for cause and effect relationships
  • Biases influence on statistical research
  • How to design good statistical studies
  • Interesting data points in the study
  • Solutions proposed and alternatives

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References:

CCPA's Published Study: Canada’s Colour Coded Income Inequality

CCPA's twitter: @CCPA

CCPA'S blog on the study: By the numbers: Race, gender and the Canadian labour market

"racialized" definition

Stefan Dindayal contact info:

Twitter: @stefanDecondon

IG: @stefandecondon

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Canadian Census Data #MoreCanadians - 6CR #4
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