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physical activity and screen time

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This section contains data related to:

self-reported physical activity*
2015/2016 (aged 18 years and older)
up to 2013/2014 (aged 12 years and older)

zero minutes of self-reported vigorous physical activity among population aged 18 years and older

60 minutes of physical activity (self-reported) each day of week among students in grades 7 to 12

no days with at least 60 minutes of physical activity (self-reported) among students in grades 7 to 12

self-reported physical inactivity at school among students in grades 7 to 12

number of days of outdoor play after school among students in grades 7 to 12

screen time among students in grades 7 to 12

screen time among children aged 12 years and younger

electronic device(s) use among students in grades 9 to 12

video game use among students in grades 7 to 12

number of hours on social media among students in grades 7 to 12


*Note: Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) data from 2015 onwards should not be compared to data from previous years. See Data Sources, Methods and Limitations page for details.


Please direct any questions to ZZG-Health Status Data.




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