2014-2015: representative at the provincial and regional levels, and at the local level for all regions.
2008: representative at the provincial and regional levels, and at the local level for certain regions.
2014-2015: People aged 15 and over living in non-institutional housing in Québec, excluding those living on an Indian reserve or in health region 17 (Nunavik).
2008: People aged 15 and over living in private households in Québec, excluding those living in collective households, on an Indian reserve or in health regions 17 (Nunavik) and 18 (Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James).
2014-2015: 45,760 respondents.
2008: 38,154 respondents.
2014-2015: Physical activity as a means of recreation or transport; oral health and hygiene; consumption of sugary or energy drinks; weight status, body image and the use of weight-loss products, services or methods; cigarette use; drug use; sexual behaviour, sexually transmitted diseases and contraceptive use; combined hormonal contraceptives taken by smoking women; preventive medical exams; perception of one’s health status; mental health; noises in one’s environment; allergic rhinitis; occupational health.
2008: Physical and mental health; lifestyle habits that affect health; perceived health status, psychological distress, musculoskeletal injuries and disorders; oral health; weight status and use of weight loss products or methods; drug use; sexual behaviours and contraceptive use; women’s health behaviours.
Microdata files and technical documents available at the Centre d’accès aux données de recherche de l’Institut de la statistique du Québec (CADRISQ).
What are the impacts of the pandemic on the health and lives of Quebecers? These results focus on the feelings of loneliness, health concerns, lifestyle changes, work, and financial situation of Quebecers.
In Québec, 39% of seniors were classified as active or moderately active in 2014-2015. We analyzed sociodemographic and other health-related factors based on data from the Québec Population Health Survey 2014-2015 to determine which factors are associated with leisure and transportation physical activity among Quebecers aged 65 and over.
This collection describes the current situation of Quebecers aged 15 to 29 and the patterns of this population over the last 20 years. Themes: health, education, citizen participation, employment and entrepreneurship.
This bulletin presents a portrait of the health of adult immigrants in Québec that takes into account various physical and mental health indicators, as well as health-related lifestyle habits and preventive...
The purpose of this article is to paint a portrait of regular leisure-time physical activity and transportation-related physical activity among young Quebecers aged 15 to 29. It describes the regular ...
This study paints a portrait of consumers of sugary beverages (carbonated, fruit-flavoured, sports and energy drinks). The consumption profile for each type of beverage is established according to two...
The report on the second edition of the Québec Population Health Survey, conducted in 2014–2015, paints a statistical portrait of the province with regard to certain aspects of the health of Quebecers...
This publication on the differences between regular and occasional cannabis users shows how these two groups differ from non-users.
Using data from the Québec Population Health Survey, a portrait of changes...
This bulletin presents a portrait of workers injured on the job according to their socio-demographic characteristics. It distinguishes between accidental injuries and injuries due to repetitive movements...