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  1. Milan, A., Keown, L.A., & Urquijo, R. (2011, December) Families, Living Arrangements and Unpaid Work. Women in Canada: A gender-based statistical report 2010-2011. Ottawa: Statistics Canada. Retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-503-x/2010001/article/11546-eng.htm#a7 Crude divorce rate is arrived at by dividing the number of divorces in Canada by Canada’s population in a given year.
  2. Kelly, M.B. (2010). The processing of divorce cases through civil court in seven provinces and territories. Ottawa: Statistics Canada. pp. 5, 20. Retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/2010001/article/11158-eng.pdf
  3. Milan, Keown & Urquijo.(2011).
  4. Statistics Canada. (March 9, 2005). Divorces: The Daily. Retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/050309/dq050309b-eng.htm
  5. Lambert, Anne-Marie. (2009). Divorce: Facts, Causes and Consequences. 3rd Edition. Ottawa: Vanier Institute of the Family. p. 6. Retrieved from http://www.thefamilywatch.org/doc/doc-0073-es.pdf
  6. Ibid., p. 9.
  7. Milan, Keown & Urquijo.(2011).
  8. Ibid.

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