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CANFigure A:How provinces compare with OECD countries on Health Status indicatorsFigure A presents Canadian and provincial results relative to the OECD average, measured in standard deviations. Select indicatorSelect comparison countriesPrint to PDFCancer Mortality(F)MortalityHeart DiseaseCancer Mortality(M)Transport AccidentMortality (M)Suicide (M)Suicide (F)Health StatusPerceivedMortality (F)AccidentTransportaverageInternationalSelect provinceConfidence intervalsN.L.P.E.I.N.S.N.B.Que.Ont.Man.Sask.Alta.B.C.Health StatusNon-Medical DeterminantsPatient SafetyQuality of CareAccess to Care
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StrokeMortalityMortalityInfantLife Expectancyat Birth (F)at Birth (M)Life ExpectancyThe shaded band represents the area between the top and bottom quarters (25th and 75th percentiles) of OECD countries.All OECD countriesPeer countriesPrescribing in Primary Care3.01.0Standard deviation0.0-1.0-3.0
Cancer Mortality (F)
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Cancer Mortality (F): Number of deaths due to cancer per 100,000 females
Figure B:Cancer Mortality (F): Provincial comparison with All OECD countries, 2017 or most recent year
Notes: Data is available for 36 OECD countries and all provinces. Variations in indicator results can occur due to differences in data collection, the data quality and the data years available. For more information on indicator methodology and comparability, see the Methodology page. | Sources: Canadian Vital Statistics and Population estimates, 2017, Statistics Canada; OECD Health Statistics 2019.
Not available for this indicator Age-standardized rate per 100,000 females