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The Unequal City 2015: Income and Health Inequities in Toronto
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In 2008, Toronto Public Health released The Unequal City: Income and Health Inequalities in Toronto. The report showed that there were differences in health between income groups in Toronto, that low income groups had worse health for most health status indicators, and that differences in health affected people in all income groups, not just the worst off. This report builds on those findings by: Providing updated information on differences in health between income groups in Toronto for 34 health status indicators; Measuring how strongly income is related to differences in health; Exploring how the relationship between income and health inequities has changed over time.
Author: Toronto Public Health
Topic: Poverty issues
Publisher: City of Toronto
Location: Canada
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: April 30, 2015