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Description 9 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 9 Table of Contents Figure 9: Canadian Children Born to a Lone-Parent or Who Have Experienced the Separation of Their Parents, Various Birth Cohorts Line Graph, 1987-1988 Cohorts, 1983-1984 Cohorts, 1971-1973 Cohorts, 1961-1963 Cohorts, Age of Child Back to Figure 9 Table

Figure 14 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 4 Table of Contents Figure 14: Type of Contact Maintained with Either Parent at Time of Separation NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999). Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from The National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - The Child-centred Family Law Strategy, Summative Evaluation

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...The Child-centred Family Law Strategy, Summative Evaluation Table of Contents Next Page EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. Introduction The Child-centred Family Justice Strategy[1] (CCFLS or the Strategy) is a five-year initiative introduced in 2003 and scheduled to sunset March 31, 2008. Over the past two decades, several successive initiatives were launched

Figure 9 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 3 Table of Contents Figure 9: Canadian Children Born to a Lone-Parent or Who Have Experienced the Separation of Their Parents, Various Birth Cohorts Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999).Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from The National

Description 4 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 4 Table of Contents Figure 4: Marital Status of Male and Female Lone Parents (1991) Bar Graph, Single Never Married male 9% female 19.5%, Separated 38% male 24.5% female, Divorced 34% male 33% female, Widowed 20.5% male 24% female Back to Figure 4 Table of Contents Date

Figure 15 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 4 Table of Contents Figure 15: Type of Contact Maintained with Father at the Time of Survey, According to Time Elapsed Since Separation-NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999). Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from The National

Figure 10 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 3 Table of Contents Figure 10: Canadian Children Born in a Two-Parent Family Who Have Experienced Their Parents' Separation, According to Type of Parents' Union, 1983-1984 Cohorts-NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999).Custody, Access

Figure 21 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 5 Table of Contents Figure 21: Visiting Patterns with Father, for Children Living with Mother at Time of Separation, According to Regularity of Child Support Payments-NLSCY, Cycle 1, 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999). Custody, Access and Child

Description 20 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 20 Table of Contents Figure 20: Government Transfers as a Source of Income, for Payers and Recipients, Canada, 1995 Bar Graph, Employment Insurance 19% Payers 16% Recipients, Other pensions 6% Payers 2% Recipients, Social Assistance 4% Payers 28% Recipients, Old Age

Description 18 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 18 Table of Contents Figure 18: Income Ranges of Payers and Recipients, 1995 Bar Graph, Less than 10,000 4% Payers, 16% Recipients, 10,000 - 19,999 22% Payers, 46% Recipients, 20,000 - 29,999 28% Payers, 23% Recipients, 30,000 - 39,999 27% Payers, 12% Recipients, 40,000

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