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While data is available on a community basis directly from Statistics Canada, analysis across Ontario geographies requires a significant investment of time to differentiate any rural versus urban trends. Organizations or municipalities in rural and small town Ontario may not have the resources to compare local happenings with broader trends. ROI has commissioned Ray Bollman, former Chief of Statistics Canada Rural Research Group, to fill this gap by analyzing data and producing these resources.

All Fact Sheets are listed below. To view a list of titles by year, please click here.

2018 Series

Employment by sector 2006-2016Living Arrangement of SeniorsInternal Migration

2017 Series

2017 Focus on Rural Ontario – Compiled Edition (PDF)Selected DemographicsHousingIncome: Levels of IncomeIncome: Sources of Income

2016 Series + Census Demographic Update

2016 – Focus on Rural Ontario – Compiled Edition (PDF)Rural Ontario’s Demography: Census Update 2016 Employment TrendsPrecarious Employment 2016/2017

2015 Series

2015 – Focus on Rural Ontario – Compiled Edition (PDF)Population ChangeMigrationEmployment in Non-Metro OntarioSector Analysis in Non-Metro OntarioIncome Levels and Trends in Rural OntarioVolunteering and Philanthropy in Non-Metro Ontario

2014 Series

2014 – Focus on Rural Ontario – Compiled Edition (PDF)IncomeEmploymentDemographicsMigration by age groupSet Living arrangements of seniorsYouth employmentBuilding Permits

2013 Series

Rural Ontario geography and populationEmployment and Economy

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