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In this section, we list mutimedia presentations featuring research undertaken in a Research Data Centre or presenting a great interest for our users.

 

L'union libre : une alternative ou un substitut au mariage?
December 2013
Céline Le Bourdais, Director of the McGill Branch RDC
Big Thinking lecture series

 

 

Les chiffres de Claire Durand
January 27 2012 
Claire Durand, Professor of Sociology, Université de Montréal
Fixez l'objectif, Université de Montréal

 

 

Interview with Céline Le Bourdais on the 2011 Census (in French at the 11:40 mark)
September 19 2012 
Céline Le Bourdais, Director of the McGill Branch RDC
Radio-Canada, Pas de midi sans info

 

 

Who cares? Aging boomers and caregiving policy in Canada
April 26 2012 
Janice Keefe, Department of Family Studies and Gerontology, Mount Saint Vincent University
Big Thinking lecture series

 

Le respect de la confidentialité et les Centres de données de recherche 
April 20 2012 
Jean-Louis Tambay and Denis Gonthier, Statistics Canada 
QICSS Seminar Series

 

Vocational Well-Being and Childhood Disability Onset
April 11 2012
Alison Konrad, Department of Organizational Behavior, Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario
UWORDC Brown Bag Lunch Series

 

Immigration Religion in Canada: Disruption, Adaptation and Facilitation 
April 4 2012
Philip Connor, Pew Research Center
QICSS Seminar Series

 

Use of primary health care services among Canadian youth 
March 7 2012
Bridget Ryan, Centre for Studies in Family Medicine, University of Western Ontario
UWORDC Brown Bag Lunch Series

 

L'autonomie économique des femmes et les décisions d'épargne en vue de la retraite 
February 17 2012
Carole Vincent and Taylor Shek-wai Hui, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation
QICSS Seminar Series

 

Preventing the Mental Distress Among the Military 
February 8 2012
Kate St-Cyr, Operational Stress Injury Clinic, Parkwood Hospital, London, Ontario
UWORDC Brown Bag Lunch Series

 

Preventing the Mental Distress Among the Military 
February 9 2011 
Lori Curtis, Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
Big Thinking lecture series