Media Advisory | Sep. 18, 2012

UBC experts for Statistics Canada census on Canadian families and living arrangements

On Sept. 19, Statistics Canada will release their 2011 census report, which describes how families and living arrangements have changed in Canada over the last decade. UBC experts are available to comment on the report, which will be available at at 8:30 a.m. EST.

Mary Ann Murphy
School of Social Work
Tel: 250.807.8705

  • Diversity in the Canadian family
  • Current and future demographic family trends
  • Marriage, divorce, cohabitation
  • Motherhood, fertility and reproductive statistics
  • The emerging role of single fathers and extended family caregivers

Carrie Yodanis
Dept. of Sociology

  • The rise of common law relationships
  • Families and marriage
  • Gender and inequality

Paul Kershaw
Human Early Learning Partnership
Tel: 604.761.4583

  • Issues facing Canadian families
  • Impact of household incomes and house prices on young families
  • Economic issues, quality of life, work-life balance, child-care

Nathanael Lauster
Dept. of Sociology

  • Families and children/ childbearing trends
  • Housing
  • Urban studies
  • Demography and statistics


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