Health Inequalities Data Tool

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Summary Table: Infant mortality, crude rate, mortality rate per 1,000 live births, Canada
SexOverallCrude rate95% CI
Both sexesTotal4.94.8-5.0
MalesTotal [Males]5.25.1-5.4
FemalesTotal [Females, reference]4.54.3-4.7

Notes:

These notes apply to both the Graph and the Data Table.
  • Cells highlighted in yellow should be interpreted with caution, as the measure itself or at least one of the components used to calculate the value has a coefficient of variation between 16.6 to 33.3%.
  • Cells highlighted in red indicate that values have been suppressed because the measure itself or at least one of the components used to calculate the value has a coefficient of variation greater than 33.3%, a small numerator (<10), small denominator (<20), or empty age-standardization groups.
  • Cells highlighted in blue indicate that values have been suppressed because their interpretation is complex or not possible.
  • A dash symbol indicates that the value was suppressed for one of the reasons described above, or that the calculation was not applicable.
  • When an indicator and a stratifier are crossed, the age interval is limited to that available in both the indicator and the stratifier.

Source: Vital Statistics - Birth Database (2008-2011) linked to Vital Statistics - Death Database (2008-2010)

Suggested Citation: Pan - Canadian Health Inequalities Data Tool, 2017 Edition.A joint initiative of the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Pan - Canadian Public Health Network, Statistics Canada, and the Canadian Institute of Health Information.

Acknowledgements: The development of this Data Tool was made possible through collaboration of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Pan-Canadian Public Health Network (PHN), Statistics Canada, and the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).

Date modified:
2018-03-09