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Werk, C. M., Cui X., and Tough S. (2013).  Health of young Aboriginal children living off reserve. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 11 (2), 197-213. Abstract
McDonald, J. T., and Worswick C. (2013).  Retirement incomes, labour supply and co-residency decisions of older immigrants in Canada: 1991 - 2006. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN) Working Papers, , AprilVancouver, BC: Canadian Labour Market ad Skills Research Network (CLSRN). Abstract
Perks, T., and Haan M. (2010).  What shapes the dwelling-type choices of older Canadians? An investigation using the Aging and Social Support Survey. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 29 (3), 445-463. Abstract
Qiu, X.. (2006).  Behavioral and emotional risk and resilience among socially disadvantaged children in Canadian cities. Department Of Educational Psychology. Edmonton, AB: University Of Alberta.
Conde, H.. (2006).  The health services use among older Canadians in rural and urban areas. Department Of Economics. Fredericton, NB: University Of New Brunswick.
Renaud, J., Bégin K., Ferreira V., and Rose D. (2006).  La mobilité résidentielle des nouveaux immigrants au Canada selon l'Enquête longitudinale auprès des immigrants au Canada: les six premiers mois. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 15 (2), 79-95. Abstract
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2006).  Social integration over the life course: Influences of individual, family and community characteristics. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 264-292.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Ostrovsky, Y. (2004).  Life cycle theory and residential mobility of older Canadians. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 23 (Supplement), S23-S37. Abstract
Maclean, J.. C. (2004).  A micro-data analysis of regional differences in health outcomes among Canadian youth: Empirical evidence from CCHS, cycle 1.1. Department Of Economics. Halifax, NS: Dalhousie University.