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Congenital Anomalies – Age-specific Rates, expressed as per 1,000 total births.
Congenital Anomalies – Age-standardized Rate by First Nation Status, expressed as per
1,000 total births.
Birth Prevalence of Congenital Anomalies, expressed as per 1,000 total births.
Birth Prevalence of Congenital Anomalies, expressed as per 1,000 total births by Geography
Number of deaths caused by congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities, by age group and sex, 2000 to most recent year.
In the “Weekly Best-Quality Maximum-NDVI anomalies” dataset series, each pixel value corresponds to the difference (anomaly) between the mean n-year “Best-Quality” Max-NDVI of the week specified (e.g. Week 18, 2000-2014) and the “Best-Quality” Max-NDVI of the same week in a specific year (e.g. Week 18, 2014). Max-NDVI anomalies < 0 indicate where weekly Max-NDVI is lower than normal.
CANGRD is a set of Canadian gridded annual, seasonal, and monthly temperature and precipitation anomalies, which were interpolated from stations in the Adjusted and Homogenized Canadian Climate Data (AHCCD); it is used to produce the Climate Trends and Variations Bulletin (CTVB).
This fact sheet presents an overview of the data on diagnosed parkinsonism, including Parkinson’s disease, from the Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System.
Gridded monthly, seasonal and annual anomalies derived from daily total precipitation is available at a 50km resolution across Canada. The Canadian gridded data (CANGRD) are interpolated from adjusted precipitation (i.e., AHCCD datasets). Adjusted precipitation data incorporate adjustments to the original station data to account for discontinuities from non-climatic factors, such as instrument changes or station relocation. The anomalies are the percentage difference between the value for a given year or season and a baseline value (defined as the average over 1961-1990 as the reference period).