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Measuring Financial Vulnerability. Examples of Measures of Financial Vulnerability. Low Income Cut-Offs (LICO) Survey of Household Spending Credit file data provided by TransUnion. Poverty in the Community. Poverty among Target Populations. Sources:

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examples of measures of financial vulnerability
Examples of Measures of Financial Vulnerability
  • Low Income Cut-Offs (LICO)
  • Survey of Household Spending
  • Credit file data provided by TransUnion
poverty among target populations
Poverty among Target Populations

Sources:

1995 data: Statistics Canada, 1996 Census of Canada. File Img_Mob.

2000 data: Statistics Canada, 2001 Census of Canada. T1 Geo1-4 version 2 Urban Poverty

2005 data: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Canada. UPP06_Table 1

poverty among target populations1
Poverty among Target Populations

Sources:

Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Canada. Files UPP06_Table-10EF_Part_A_CSD & UPP06_Table-10UI_Part_A_CSD

expenditure habits
Expenditure Habits

Source:

Statistics Canada, Survey of Household Spending in 2010 (62F0032XDB)

credit file data provided by transunion
Credit File Data provided by TransUnion
  • Provides additional information on the total personal debt in a specific areas or community
  • Provides additional information on areas/communities with a higher concentration of persons at risk of credit delinquencies and personal bankruptcy
  • Allows benchmarking
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Sibylle Richter-Salomons

Social Research Policy Analyst

(403) 268-3696

sibylle.richter-salomons@calgary.ca