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The burden of illness and preventable loss of life arises in large part because of the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. Peel Health Data Zones (PHDZ) arose out of a need for data at small areas of geography to aid with planning programs and services that will in turn work towards improving public health outcomes. The PHDZ are defined geographic areas within Peel that are smaller than the municipality level, use Census Tracts as the building blocks, and where possible, respect natural and human-made boundaries.
In total, there are 15 data zones in Peel (see below map).
This section contains data related to the demographics and health status of the residents within each of the Peel Health Data Zones.
Mississauga Data Zones:
Brampton Data Zones:
Caledon Data Zones:
For more information on how the Peel Health Data Zones were created, see the Data Sources and Methods section.
Please direct any questions to ZZG-Health Status Data.
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