|2008||Canadian Household Panel Survey|
Valerie Tarasuk, Andrée-Anne Fafard St-Germain, and Rachel Loopstra (2019).
The relationship between food banks and food insecurity: Insights from Canada
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations
Chaowen Chan, Dana Hamplová, and Céline Le Bourdais (2012).
Are parental leaves considered as work interruptions by survey respondents? A methodological note
Canadian Studies in Population , 31-44
Emilie Renahy, Beatriz Alvarado-Llano, Maria Koh, and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée (2012).
Income and economic exclusion: Do they measure the same concept?
International Journal for Equity in Health , 11-Jan
Martine Lemonde, Solène Lardoux, and Céline Le Bourdais (2010).
Determinants of fertility intentions in the Canadian Household Panel Survey
Chaowen Chan, Dana Hamplová, and Céline Le Bourdais (2010).
Evaluating the information collected in the employment histories and comparing work interruption and parental leave data in the pilot Living in Canada Survey (LCS)
Émilie Renahy, B. Alvarado Llano, Samuel Harper, and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée (2010).
Data evaluation and international comparability of the CHPS-PILOT Survey
France-Pascale Ménard, Dana Hamplová, and Céline Le Bourdais (2010).
Evaluation of the measures of parental leave in the Living in Canada Survey (LCS) pilot data
Dana Hamplová, Céline Le Bourdais, and Solène Lardoux (2010).
Evaluation of the conjugal and parental histories in the Living in Canada Survey (LCS) pilot data
Canadian Community Health Survey 2000-2011 linked to the Discharge Abstract Database DAD 1999-2012
High System Users linked to T1 Family File – Census of the Population Long-Form – National Household Survey
Canadian Census Health & Environment Cohort linked to Discharge Abstract Data / National Ambulatory Care Reporting System