Wanted: Canada's missing divorce debate

Divorce as a social phenomenon is widespread, and some scholars say the effects can last a lifetime. So why aren't we talking about it?

March 1, 2007 | by Kate Fraher , Researcher, Institute of Marriage and Family Canada
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  1. Dumas, J. and Y. Péron. (1992). Marriage and conjugal life in Canada: Current demographic analysis. Ottawa: Statistics Canada Catalogue, 91-534e.
  2. Ambert, A.M. (2005). Divorce: Facts, causes, and consequences. Contemporary Family Trends. Ottawa: The Vanier Institute of the Family, p. 8. Retrieved from http://www.vifamily.ca/library/cft/divorce_05.pdf
  3. Ibid.