Income, pensions, spending and wealth

Low income and inequality

Individuals and families living with low income in Canada, various provinces, or other geographical units (e.g., cities, small towns, and neighbourhoods).

Also includes the gap between high- and low-income and/or wealth families, as well as the extent to which government transfers (such as child tax benefits, Old Age Security, and social assistance) and the tax system reduce the incidence of low-income and family-income inequality/disparity.

List of surveys and statistical programs

3 active survey(s) and statistical program(s)

5 inactive survey(s) and statistical program(s) no longer conducted

Total number of records: 8

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