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Focus on Rural Ontario Fact Sheets

March 21, 2018 • 1 min read

While data is available on a community basis directly from Statistics Canada, analysis across Ontario geographies requires a significant investment of time to differentiate any rural versus urban trends. Organizations or municipalities in rural and small town Ontario may not have the resources to compare local happenings with broader trends. Rural Ontario Institute has produced these fact sheets that provide relevant data and statistics to smaller, mainly rural communities.

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