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COVID-19 in Canada: A One-Year Update on Social and Economic Impacts

2021

COVID-19 in Canada: A One-Year Update on Social and Economic Impacts

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This report was published by Statistics Canada.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

This past year has presented incredible challenges and inflicted untold grief on so many in Canada and around the world. It has also shown our resilience and our ability to step up, to adapt, and to be innovative. Providing a solid fact base and enabling decisions that impact lives and livelihoods have been the driving force for each of us at Statistics Canada.

This year-in-review compendium provides a snapshot of what our society and economy have faced this past year.

The situation:

  • Canadians continue to respond to COVID-19
    Canadians following public health practices but vaccine hesitancy could be an issue.
  • Indirect health impacts of COVID-19
    Indirect impacts including on mortality, cancer, and mental health could have a lasting effect on Canadians.
  • Uneven social and economic impacts of COVID-19
    Uneven impacts could threaten greater social and economic inequalities.
  • Economic impacts: Assessing the recovery
    How much is temporary and how much will be structural change.

Statistics Canada. (2021). COVID-19 in Canada: A One-Year Update on Social and Economic Impacts. https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/11-631-x/11-631-x2021001-eng.htm

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