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consists of Part I and Part II.
This is a study of trends in mortality by neighbourhood income.
The objective was to determine if income-related differentials in mortality have diminished as expected since the introduction of publicly-funded universal health insurance in Canada in the early 1970s.
Iím Russell Wilkins. My co-authors are Jean-Marie Berthelot and Edward Ng. We're all from the Health Analysis and Modeling Group at Statistics Canada.