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Dardas, A. Z., Williams A., Kitchen P., and Wang L. (2019).  Assisted-transport caregiving and its impact towards carer-employees. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, ePub ahead of print, 1-23. Abstract
Veenstra, G. (2019).  Black, White, Black and White: Mixed race and health in Canada. Ethnicity and Health, 24 (2), 113-124. Abstract
Chan, F. K. I., McGrail K., Majumdar S. R., and Law M. R. (2019).  Changes in employer-sponsored private health insurance among retirees in Ontario: a cross-sectional study. CMAJ Open, 7 (1), E15-E22. Abstract
Kim, T. H. M., Deol S., Lee M., and Tamim H. (2019).  Characteristics of physical aggression in children of immigrant mothers and non-immigrant mothers: A cross-sectional analysis of the Survey of Young Canadians. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 21 (1), 56-65. Abstract
Simkin, J., Ogilvie G., Hanley B., and Elliott C. (2019).  Differences in colorectal cancer screening rates across income strata by levels of urbanization: results from the Canadian Community Health Survey (2013/2014). Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (1), 62-71. Abstract
Simkin, J., Ogilvie G., Hanley B., and Elliott C. (2019).  Differences in colorectal cancer screening rates across income strata by rural and urban status: Results from the Canadian Community Health Survey 2013/2014 Cycle. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (1), 62-71. Abstract
Khalil, D., Corsten M. J., Holland M., Balram A., McDonald J. Ted, and Johnson-Obaseki S. (2019).  Does socioeconomic status affect stage at presentation for larynx cancer in Canada's universal healthcare system?. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 160 (3), 1-6.
Rivers, N., and Plumptre B. (2019).  The effectiveness of public transit tax credits on commuting behaviour and the environment: Evidence from Canada. Case Studies in Transport Policy, 6 (4), 651-662. Abstract
Rugel, E. J., Carpiano R. M., Henderson S. B., and Brauer M. (2019).  Exposure to natural space, sense of community belonging, and adverse mental health outcomes across an urban region. Environmental Research, 171 (April), 365-377. Abstract
Juric, A., Singh K., Hu X. Feng, and Chan H. Man (2019).  Exposure to triclosan among the Canadian population: Results of the Canadian Health Measures Survey (2009-2013). Environment International, 123 (February), 29-38. Abstract
Romano, I., Cooke M., and Wilk P. (2019).  Factors affecting initiation and duration of breastfeeding among off-reserve Indigenous children in Canada. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 10 (1), 1-21. Abstract
Fuller, S., and C. Hirsh E. (2019).  "Family friendly" jobs and motherhood career penalties: The impact of flexible work arrangements across the educational spectrum. Work and Occupations, 46 (1), 3-44. Abstract
Lahey, P. (2019).  From welfare to work for people with disabilities in receipt of public income benefits: A wicked problem for policy makers. Rehabilitation Science. Guelph, ON: McMaster University.
Foley, K. (2019).  The gender gap in university enrollment: Do parents play a role beyond investing in skills?. Canadian Journal of Economics, ePub ahead of print, Abstract
Tarasuk, V., St-Germain A-A. Fafard, and Mitchell A. (2019).  Geographic and socio-demographic predictors of household food insecurity in Canada, 2011-12. BMC Public Health, 19 (12), 1-12. Abstract
Tarasuk, V., Li N., Dachner N., and Mitchell A. (2019).  Household food insecurity in Ontario during a period of poverty reduction, 2005-2014. Canadian Public Policy, 45 (1), 93-104. Abstract
Jessiman-Perreault, G., and McIntyre L. (2019).  Household food insecurity narrows the sex gap in five adverse mental health outcomes among Canadian adults. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (3), 319-334. Abstract
Wang, T., and Zatzick C. D. (2019).  Human capital acquisition and organizational innovation: A temporal perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 62 (1), 1-18. Abstract
Laberge, M., and Leclerc M. (2019).  Immigration factors and potentially avoidable hospitalizations in Canada. SSM - Population Health, 7 (April), 1-10. Abstract
Bartram, M. H., and Stewart J. M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to psychotherapy and other mental health services in Canada and Australia. Health Policy, 123 (1), 45-50. Abstract
Fuller, D., Neudorf J., Lockhart S., Plante C., Roberts H., Bandara T., et al. (2019).  Individual- and area-level socioeconomic inequalities in diabetes mellitus in Saskatchewan between 2007 and 2012: A cross-sectional analysis. CMAJ Open, 7 (1), E33-E39. Abstract
Moussa, E. (2019).  L’extension du congé de maternité au Canada et le travail des mères. Économique. Montreal, QC: Universite du Quebec a Montreal. Abstract
Crespo, S. (2019).  L'écart de faible revenu. Données sociodémographiques en bref, 23 (2), Québec, QC: Institut de la statistique du Québec. Abstract
Vézina, S., Bélanger A., Sabourin P., and Marois G. (2019).  Literacy skills of the future Canadian working-age population: Assessing the skill gap between the foreign- and Canadian-born. Canadian Studies in Population, 46 (1), 5-25. Abstract
Summerfield, F. (2019).  Local labour markets and theft: New evidence from Canada. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 81 (1), 146-177. Abstract

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