|Title||Eeyou Istchee Aboriginal Peoples Survey|
|Year of Publication||2001|
|Corporate Authors||Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay(CBHSSJB)|
|Keywords||Aboriginal, Healthy Communities|
The results of the Aboriginal Peoples Survey 2001 in Eeyou Istchee are reported in three types of documents: a one-page broadsheet intended for mass distribution; a 22-page popular report intended for everyone who responded to the survey and for all people who work in the area of health, social services and local government; and, lastly, this 111-page technical document which includes a more extensive methodological section and all of the data tables. Anyone who is primarily interested in the results should consult the popular, 22-page report. This technical version will be of interest to those who wish to understand how the results were derived. This technical report, and its popular version, does not summarize any of the results. Rather, each finding, such as what parents report about their children's dental care, or how adults report their smoking habits, is presented on its own, but grouped under the general categories of information related to children, adults or communities.
Eeyou Istchee Aboriginal Peoples Survey