General Social Survey – Time Use
1986 - 2016
The two primary objectives of the General Social Survey (GSS) are: to gather data on social trends in order to monitor changes in the living conditions and well-being of Canadians over time; and to provide information on specific social policy issues of current or emerging interest. A specific topic is usually repeated every five years. This survey monitors changes in time use.
|1986,1992,1998,2005,2010,2015,2016||General Social Survey – Time Use|
All publications (e.g. scientific articles, reports, dissertations, theses) and presentations based on a dataset available in the RDCs should include an acknowledgement of the support provided by granting councils (SSHRC, CIHR, CFI), Statistics Canada and host university. See a sample
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2021).
The Secular Diaspora in Canada: A Research Note
Secular Studies , 141-160
Maryam Dilmaghani (2021).
Education, smoking and health: evidence from Canada
Education Economics , 490-508
Joel Thiessen and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2021).
Nice, Tolerant, Indifferent Canadians: Religious Nones North of the 49th
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme (2022).
Religion, Spirituality and Secularity among Millennials: The Generation Shaping American and Canadian Trends
Richard E. Mueller (2014).
Wage differentials of males and females in same-sex and different-sex couples in Canada, 2006-2010
Canadian Studies in Population , 105-116