Life expectancy

  • A line graph compares the average life expectancy at birth of Manitoban men and women.

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Life expectancy at birth (PowerPoint)  |  Life expectancy at birth (Excel)

Sources: Statistics Canada. Table 13-10-0063-01 - Life expectancy, at birth and at age 65, by sex, three-year average, Canada, provinces, territories, health regions and peer groups, occasional.
Statistics Canada. Table 13-10-0371-01- Life expectancy at birth and at age 65, Canada, provinces and territories, annual. 

  • A line graph shows the average life remaining at age 65 years and over for older Manitobans compared by gender.

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Life remaining at age 65 (PowerPoint)  |  Life remaining at age 65 (Excel)

Sources: Statistics Canada. Table 13-10-0063-01  - Life expectancy, at birth and at age 65, by sex, three-year average, Canada, provinces, territories, health regions and peer groups, occasional.
Statistics Canada. Table 13-10-0371-01 - Life expectancy at birth and at age 65, Canada, provinces and territories, annual.

  • A vertical bar graph shows the health-adjusted life expectancy for older Manitobans at age 65 by gender and income quintile.

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Health adjusted life expectancy (PowerPoint)  |  Health adjusted life expectancy (Excel)

Source: Statistics Canada, Cansim Table 102-0122, 2005–2007.
Statistics Canada. Table 102-0122 - Health-adjusted life expectancy, at birth and at age 65, by sex and income, Canada and provinces, occasional (years) 2015-2017.

Mortality rates

Causes of death

Self-rated health

  • This tables shows the percentage of how older Manitobans self-rate their health as excellent or very good, good, fair or poor by gender and in select age groups.
  • A bar graph shows how older Manitobans self-rate their health as excellent or very good, good, fair or poor.

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This comparative bar graph showing self-rated health by gender.

Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2018

Chronic health conditions

Oral health

  • Select groups of older Manitobans age 65 and over identify their self-perceived health of their teeth and mouth.

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Self rated health teeth (PowerPoint)

Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2014

  • The percentage of older Manitobans' ability to bite/chew certain foods is shown in this table by gender and select age groups of 65 years and over.

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Ability to bite and chew (PowerPoint)

Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2012
 

  • Shown in this table, older Manitobans identifies their frequency of pain in their teeth or gums over a month's period in select age groups.

Mobility limitations

Functional health

  • A vertical bar chart shows the prevalance of moderate or severe functional health by older Manitobans in select age groups of 65-74 and 75 years and older.

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Prevelance of functional health (PowerPoint)  |  Prevelance of functional health (Excel)

Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2014 

Note: Functional health (also known as the Health Utility Index) is a measure of overall functional health, based on 8 dimensions of functioning (vision, hearing, speech, mobility, dexterity, feelings, cognition, and pain).