Based on previously published fact books (Profile of Manitoba's Seniors 2010, Manitoba Factbook on Aging 2005), the Facts on Aging resources are available for download and use for faculty, students, and researchers, looking for Manitoba specific aging statistics.
The resources can be used for teaching, research, or writing reports. Please refer to Terms of file use and credit.
Data is updated based on the Statistics Canada release schedule.
An overview of population aging in Manitoba along three dimensions: how many?, where? and who?
Learn about the educational profile of today’s older adults.
The older worker
A discussion of Manitobans aged 65 and over participating in the workforce.
Volunteering and charitable giving
Learn about older adults' involvement in volunteering and charitable giving in comparison with younger Manitobans.
Learn about the financial well-being of older adults in Manitoba and its correlation to health and overall well-being.
Review modes of transportation used by older drivers in Manitoba and examine speed and collisions statistics.
Physical health status
Life expectancy, mortality, causes of death, and physical health status of older Manitobans.
Leisure and physical activity
Explore how engaged older Manitobans are in leisure activities.
Explore how older Manitobans consume food, how they improve their eating habits and how they feel about food security issues.
Mental health status
A discussion of the mental health of older Manitobans, including stressors, cognitive function, mental disorders and addictions.
Explore the personal, social, and community connections of older Manitobans based on data from Statistics Canada.
Health care and community services
Explore how older Manitobans use formal health care resources such as visits to a physician, hospitalizations, home care services, and personal care homes.
Terms of file use and credit
Graphs and tables found on the Facts on Aging web pages may be shared online or for educational purposes under the following conditions:
- Graphs and tables must remain unaltered—this includes not cropping off watermarks/credit on the graphics, or cropping out other parts of the graphic.
- Graphs and tables, in any form, cannot be used for commercial purposes without prior permission.
- Attribution to the Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba must be identified clearly when re-sharing the graphics, PowerPoint slides, and attribution should also include a link back to the webpage containing the graph or table.
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University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada