Publication of a study on the geography of poverty in families with minor children in Quebec

The Centre Urbanisation Culture Société  of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) has recently published a study that paints a geographical portrait of family poverty and its risk factors across Quebec and within each of its 91 local services networks (CSSS territories). Under the scientific direction of Anne-Marie Séguin and Philippe Apparicio, this study reveals that of the 885,019 families with at least one child in the province of Quebec, 16.45% (or 145,584 families) are in the low-income category.

Consult the study online: Étude sur la Géographie de la pauvreté des familles avec enfants mineurs au Québec

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