I am looking for a breakdown by province of the percentage of children immunized against measles, mumps, rubella, etc. I have found the national statistics on this topic, but am wondering where to find the same breakdown by province.
I have not located data on childhood immunization rates in our surveys but I will ask our Health Statistics Division to confirm that we do not collect these and will follow up with their answer. Provincial data may be available through the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC - http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/im/is-vc-eng.php) or from provincial/territorial governments.
Data on flu immunizations, but not childhood immunizations, by province for various age groups are available from the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) (12 years of age and over, see CANSIM table 105-0445 for example) or in our CCHS public use microdata files and GSS 1991.
Our Health Statistics Division has confirmed that Statistics Canada does not collect data on childhood immunizations. They indicated that it may be available through Health Canada or the Public Health Agency of Canada and, as I mentioned in my last message, it may be available from provincial sources as well.
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