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Jul 2022
11

Improved search engine

In the last few months, the Nunivaat team has been busy improving the search engine, so that the results generated by a keyword search are more relevant. In addition, the "Statistics" and "Publications" sections have been merged into a new section called "Data" in order to offer the full range of possible data contained in Nunivaat. As previously, icons in front of titles indicate whether the document is a data table or a publication and whether it is a recently added or updated document. The "advanced search" section has also been revised. This section can be used in addition to the keyword search to produce more specific results or independently of it. By default, the search results appear in chronological order from most recent to least recent. We hope these changes will improve your search experience and make it easier for you to find the information you are looking for.

Jun 2022
21

2021 Crime Data

The 2021 crime data for Nunavik is now available. These data, provided by the Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF), include crimes against the person, weapon crimes, property crimes, arrests and detentions, criminal code offences, warrants, motor vehicle accidents, assistance files, seizures, contraband, breach of conditions, drug possession and other criminal incidents. A table summarizing police interventions by category and by village is also available. This data can be viewed in the Statistics section under the Security/Crime indicator.

May 2022
30

Nunivaat Analytics. Nunavik Employment Profile and Trends at a Glance

The Nunivaat Analytics is a series of analytical bulletins that explores, with the help of statistics, different aspects of the social and economic situation of the Nunavik region. Entitled "Nunavik Employment Profile and Trends at a Glance", the most recent Nunivaat Analytics bulletin seeks to highlight the distinctive employment characteristics of Nunavik by comparing its situation with that of Quebec as a whole, and to describe the main contrasts between the two in terms of the gender, age and identity of Nunavik’s labour force. This bulletin is available here.

Feb 2022
24

First data from the 2021 census

Statistics Canada has recently released the first data from the 2021 Census. For the moment, these are data on the total population in 2021, the change in population compared to the previous census and the number of dwellings per village. These data are available here.

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