Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey (CTUMS) 2011

Supplementary Tables - Annual

(February - December 2011)

  • Table 1. Smoking status and average number of cigarettes smoked per day, by age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 2. Smoking status and average number of cigarettes smoked per day, by province, age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 3. Nicotine dependence by age group and sex, daily smokers, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 4. Number of quit attempts in the past 12 months by age group and sex, daily smokers, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 5. Quit rates by age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 6. Stages of change categories by age group and sex, by ever smokers (current and former smokers combined), age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 7. Smoking and pregnancy, women age 20-44 years, Canada 2011
  • Table 8. Smoking and education, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 9. Exposure of children at home to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS), by province and age group, Canada 2011
  • Table 10. Ever used/tried marijuana, cannabis or hashish, by province, Canada 2011
  • Table 11. Ever used/tried marijuana, cannabis or hashish, by smoking status, Canada 2011
  • Table 12. Occupational category by smoking status, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
  • Table 13. Description of the sample size represented, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Table 1. Smoking status and average number of cigarettes smoked per day, by age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Sex Age group
(years)
Population estimate
('000)
Current smokers
(%)
Daily smokers
(%)
Nondaily smokers
(%)
Former smokers
(%)
Never smoked
(%)
Average cigarettes smoked per dayTable 1 Footnote 1

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 1 Footnotes

Table 1 Footnote 1

Daily smokers only.

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Table 1 Footnote 2

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 1 Footnote 3

Rounding up to integers.

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Table 1 Footnote 4

Rounding down to integers.

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Table 1 Footnote 5

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Total All age groups 28,347 17.3 13.7 3.6 25.4 57.3 14.4
[16.2-18.4] [12.7-14.8] [3.1-4.1] [24.3-26.5] [55.9-58.7] [13.7-15.0]
Male 14,005 19.7 15.5Table 1 Footnote 4.2 27.0 53.4 15.2
[17.9-21.4] [13.8-17.1] [3.3-5.1] [25.4-28.6] [51.3-55.4] [14.2-16.2]
Female 14,342 15.0 12.1 3.0 23.8 61.2 13.3
[13.7-16.4] [10.8-13.4] [2.4-3.5] [22.3-25.3] [59.3-63.0] [12.4-14.2]
Both sexes 15-17 1,323 7.7 3.9 3.7 1.6Table 1 Footnote * 90.7 11.0
[6.1-9.2] [2.9-5.0] [2.6-4.8] [0.9-2.4] [88.9-92.5] [9.2-12.7]
18-19 854 18.1 9.1 9.0 3.6Table 1 Footnote * 78.3 12.2
[15.1-21.2] [7.0-11.1] [6.8-11.3] [1.8-5.3] [74.9-81.7] [10.0-14.3]
15-19 2,177 11.8 6.0 5.8 2.4Table 1 Footnote * 85.8 11.7
[10.2-13.3] [5.0-7.0] [4.7-6.9] [1.6-3.2] [84.1-87.5] [10.3-13.2]
20-22 1,580 21.0 13.5Table 1 Footnote 7.6 5.0 73.9 11.5
[18.4-23.7] [11.2-15.7] [6.0-9.2] [3.8-6.3] [71.1-76.7] [10.3-12.8]
23-24 791 22.3 15.0 7.3 10.6 67.1 12.6
[18.5-26.2] [11.9-18.1] [4.9-9.7] [7.4-13.7] [62.6-71.6] [11.2-14.0]
20-24 2,372 21.5Table 1 Footnote 14.0 7.5Table 1 Footnote 6.9 71.7 11.9
[19.3-23.6] [12.3-15.7] [6.2-8.8] [5.5-8.2] [69.4-73.9] [10.9-12.9]
25-34 4,729 23.7 18.2 5.5Table 1 Footnote *Table 1 Footnote 15.6 60.6 11.8
[19.9-27.6] [14.6-21.9] [3.4-7.6] [12.5-18.8] [56.3-65.0] [10.5-13.2]
35-44 4,647 15.7 12.2 3.4Table 1 Footnote * 19.6 64.7 14.8
[13.2-18.1] [10.1-14.4] [2.3-4.6] [16.6-22.6] [61.1-68.3] [13.3-16.3]
45-54 5,372 20.2 17.5Table 1 Footnote 2.7Table 1 Footnote * 29.7 50.2 16.6
[17.5-22.8] [14.9-20.0] [1.6-3.8] [26.9-32.4] [46.7-53.6] [15.2-18.0]
55+ 9,051 13.4 11.8 1.6 41.2 45.4 15.2
[11.7-15.1] [10.2-13.4] [1.1-2.1] [39.2-43.3] [43.1-47.7] [14.0-16.5]
25+ 23,799 17.4 14.4 3.0 29.3 53.3 14.7
[16.1-18.7] [13.2-15.7] [2.4-3.6] [28.0-30.6] [51.6-54.9] [13.9-15.4]
Male 15-17 678 8.2 4.2Table 1 Footnote * 4.1Table 1 Footnote * HSVTable 1 Footnote 2 90.1 10.7
[5.9-10.6] [2.5-5.8] [2.4-5.7]
[87.4-92.8] [8.2-13.1]
18-19 435 20.3 10.0 10.4 HSVTable 1 Footnote 2 75.0 12.7
[15.8-24.9] [7.2-12.8] [7.0-13.7]
[69.7-80.4] [9.3-16.1]
15-19 1,113 13.0 6.4 6.5Table 1 Footnote 2.8Table 1 Footnote * 84.2 12.0
[10.6-15.3] [4.9-7.9] [4.8-8.3] [1.3-4.4] [81.4-86.9] [9.6-14.4]
20-22 825 24.8 15.5Table 1 Footnote 9.3 5.4Table 1 Footnote * 69.8 12.5
[21.3-28.2] [12.6-18.5] [6.8-11.7] [3.5-7.3] [66.0-73.6] [11.0-14.0]
23-24 390 28.5Table 1 Footnote 18.5Table 1 Footnote 10.0Table 1 Footnote * 13.3Table 1 Footnote * 58.1 13.5
[22.2-34.9] [13.3-23.7] [6.0-14.1] [8.7-18.0] [51.3-64.9] [11.3-15.7]
20-24 1,215 26.0 16.5Table 1 Footnote 9.5Table 1 Footnote 7.9 66.1 12.9
[22.9-29.1] [14.0-19.0] [7.4-11.7] [5.9-10.0] [62.6-69.5] [11.6-14.1]
25-34 2,377 29.0 22.0 6.9Table 1 Footnote * 13.1 57.9 12.4
[22.9-35.0] [16.2-27.9] [3.4-10.5] [9.3-16.9] [51.2-64.6] [10.3-14.6]
35-44 2,330 18.8 14.4 4.4Table 1 Footnote * 17.7 63.5Table 1 Footnote 16.0
[14.8-22.8] [10.8-17.9] [2.4-6.5] [13.8-21.6] [58.3-68.7] [13.7-18.3]
45-54 2,690 20.7 18.0 2.7Table 1 Footnote * 27.6 51.7 17.8
[16.7-24.7] [14.3-21.6] [1.0-4.4] [23.4-31.9] [46.6-56.8] [15.8-19.9]
55+ 4,279 14.3 12.9 1.4Table 1 Footnote * 51.0 34.7 16.4
[11.7-16.9] [10.3-15.4] [0.7-2.1] [47.5-54.6] [31.2-38.2] [14.6-18.2]
25+ 11,677 19.6 16.2 3.4 31.3 49.1 15.5
[17.5-21.7] [14.3-18.1] [2.4-4.4] [29.3-33.2] [46.7-51.5] [14.4-16.7]
Female 15-17 645 7.1 3.7Table 1 Footnote * 3.4Table 1 Footnote * HSVTable 1 Footnote 2 91.3 11.2
[5.0-9.2] [2.4-5.0] [1.8-5.0]   [88.9-93.7] [8.8-13.7]
18-19 419 15.8 8.1Table 1 Footnote * 7.6Table 1 Footnote * 2.5Table 1 Footnote *Table 1 Footnote 81.8 11.5
[11.8-19.7] [5.3-10.9] [4.5-10.8] [1.3-3.7] [77.8-85.8] [9.4-13.7]
15-19 1,064 10.5Table 1 Footnote 5.5Table 1 Footnote 5.1 1.9Table 1 Footnote * 87.6 11.4
[8.4-12.6] [4.1-6.8] [3.5-6.7] [1.2-2.7] [85.4-89.8] [9.8-13.0]
20-22 756 16.9 11.2 5.8Table 1 Footnote * 4.6Table 1 Footnote * 78.4 10.1
[13.3-20.6] [8.0-14.4] [3.8-7.7] [2.9-6.3] [74.4-82.4] [7.6-12.6]
23-24 401 16.3 11.6 4.7Table 1 Footnote * 7.9Table 1 Footnote * 75.9 11.4
[12.3-20.3] [8.3-14.8] [2.3-7.1] [4.2-11.5] [70.5-81.2] [9.8-13.0]
20-24 1,157 16.7 11.3 5.4 5.7 77.5Table 1 Footnote 10.6
[13.9-19.5] [8.9-13.7] [3.8-7.0] [4.0-7.4] [74.4-80.7] [8.9-12.3]
25-34 2,352 18.5Table 1 Footnote 14.4 4.1Table 1 Footnote * 18.2 63.3 10.8
[13.7-23.3] [9.9-18.9] [1.9-6.3] [13.7-22.7] [57.5-69.1] [9.6-12.1]
35-44 2,317 12.5Table 1 Footnote 10.1 2.4Table 1 Footnote * 21.5Table 1 Footnote 66.0 13.0
[10.0-15.1] [7.8-12.4] [1.3-3.6] [16.9-26.1] [61.0-70.9] [11.7-14.4]
45-54 2,682 19.6 17.0 2.7Table 1 Footnote * 31.7 48.6 15.3
[16.2-23.1] [13.7-20.3] [1.5-3.9] [28.0-35.4] [44.4-52.9] [13.2-17.5]
55+ 4,771 12.6 10.8 1.8Table 1 Footnote * 32.5Table 1 Footnote 55.0 14.0
[10.4-14.8] [8.8-12.9] [1.0-2.5] [29.8-35.1] [51.8-58.1] [12.2-15.8]
25+ 12,122 15.3 12.7 2.5Table 1 Footnote 27.4 57.3 13.6
[13.7-16.8] [11.2-14.2] [1.9-3.2] [25.7-29.2] [55.1-59.5] [12.5-14.6]
Table 2. Smoking status and average number of cigarettes smoked per day, by province, age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Province Sex or age group
(years)
Population estimate
('000)
Current smokers
(%)
Former smokers
(%)
Never smoked
(%)
Average cigarettes smoked per dayTable 2 Footnote 1

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 2 Footnotes

Table 2 Footnote 1

Daily smokers only.

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Table 2 Footnote 2

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 2 Footnote 3

Rounding up to integers.

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Table 2 Footnote 4

Rounding down to integers.

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Table 2 Footnote 5

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Canada Total 28,347 17.3 25.4 57.3 14.4
  [16.2-18.4] [24.3-26.5] [55.9-58.7] [13.7-15.0]
15-19 2,177 11.8 2.4Table 2 Footnote * 85.8 11.7
[10.2-13.3] [1.6-3.2] [84.1-87.5] [10.3-13.2]
20-24 2,372 21.5Table 2 Footnote 6.9 71.7 11.9
[19.3-23.6] [5.5-8.2] [69.4-73.9] [10.9-12.9]
25-44 9,376 19.7 17.6 62.6 13.0
  [17.4-22.1] [15.4-19.8] [59.8-65.5] [11.9-14.0]
45+ 14,423 15.9 36.9 47.2 15.9
  [14.4-17.4] [35.3-38.6] [45.2-49.2] [14.9-16.8]
Male (15+) 14,005 19.7 27.0 53.4 15.2
  [17.9-21.4] [25.4-28.6] [51.3-55.4] [14.2-16.2]
15-24 2,328 19.8 5.5Table 2 Footnote 74.7 12.6
  [17.7-21.8] [4.2-6.8] [72.4-77.0] [11.5-13.8]
25+ 11,677 19.6 31.3 49.1 15.5
  [17.5-21.7] [29.3-33.2] [46.7-51.5] [14.4-16.7]
Female (15+) 14,342 15.0 23.8 61.2 13.3
[13.7-16.4] [22.3-25.3] [59.3-63.0] [12.4-14.2]
15-24 2,220 13.7 3.9 82.3 10.8
[12.0-15.5] [3.0-4.8] [80.4-84.3] [9.6-12.1]
25+ 12,122 15.3 27.4 57.3 13.6
[13.7-16.8] [25.7-29.2] [55.1-59.5] [12.5-14.6]
Newfoundland and Labrador Total 431 18.9 32.4 48.6 14.5
[16.8-21.1] [30.0-34.8] [45.9-51.3] [13.5-15.5]
15-19 30 11.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 86.3 13.5
  [8.3-13.9]   [83.2-89.3] [9.5-17.4]
20-24 32 25.0 8.1Table 2 Footnote * 66.9 15.1
  [19.9-30.1] [5.0-11.2] [61.3-72.5] [12.6-17.7]
25-44 128 24.5Table 2 Footnote 25.2 50.3 15.1
  [19.9-29.1] [20.3-30.2] [44.6-56.0] [13.5-16.6]
45+ 241 16.2 43.1 40.7 14.0
  [13.3-19.1] [39.5-46.7] [37.1-44.4] [12.6-15.4]
Male (15+) 210 21.0 38.3 40.7 16.0
  [17.8-24.2] [34.4-42.1] [36.8-44.6] [14.7-17.3]
15-24 31 21.5Table 2 Footnote HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 72.6 14.8
  [17.0-26.0]   [67.7-77.4] [11.5-18.2]
25+ 178 20.9 43.9 35.1 16.2
[17.2-24.7] [39.4-48.5] [30.5-39.7] [14.8-17.5]
Female (15+) 221 17.0 26.9 56.1 12.3
  [14.0-19.9] [23.8-30.0] [52.4-59.9] [10.9-13.8]
15-24 30 14.9 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 80.1 14.5
  [11.4-18.4]   [76.3-84.0] [11.5-17.5]
25+ 191 17.3 30.3 52.4 12.0
  [13.9-20.7] [26.8-33.9] [48.0-56.7] [10.4-13.7]
Prince Edward Island Total 120 19.1 31.1 49.9 15.5
  [17.0-21.1] [28.5-33.6] [47.2-52.6] [14.2-16.8]
15-19 10 14.4 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 83.6 13.7
  [11.2-17.7]   [80.1-87.1] [11.0-16.4]
20-24 10 30.3 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 63.2 13.4
  [25.5-35.0]   [58.4-68.1] [11.8-15.0]
25-44 34 23.2 24.8 51.9 16.1
  [18.3-28.2] [19.7-30.0] [45.8-58.1] [13.5-18.7]
45+ 65 15.9 42.5Table 2 Footnote 41.6 15.7
  [13.1-18.7] [38.8-46.2] [38.0-45.2] [14.0-17.4]
Male (15+) 58 22.7 33.9 43.4 17.9
  [19.4-25.9] [29.6-38.2] [39.1-47.7] [16.1-19.6]
15-24 10 25.6 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 70.0 15.3
  [20.7-30.5]   [65.0-74.9] [13.3-17.3]
25+ 48 22.1 40.1 37.8 18.4
  [18.3-25.8] [34.9-45.3] [32.6-43.0] [16.3-20.5]
Female (15+) 61 15.6 28.3 56.1 12.2
  [13.1-18.1] [25.2-31.4] [52.6-59.6] [10.8-13.5]
15-24 10 18.7 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 77.3 10.8
  [15.0-22.5]   [73.2-81.4] [8.8-12.8]
25+ 51 15.0 33.0 52.0 12.4
  [12.2-17.8] [29.3-36.7] [47.9-56.1] [10.9-13.9]
Nova Scotia Total 794 18.1 29.6 52.3 15.3
  [16.0-20.2] [27.2-32.0] [49.6-55.0] [14.2-16.5]
15-19 58 11.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 86.5Table 2 Footnote 15.4
  [8.4-15.1]   [83.1-90.0] [12.7-18.2]
20-24 65 29.4 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 63.8 15.0
  [24.6-34.1]
[58.4-69.3] [12.3-17.8]
25-44 233 20.8 18.0 61.2 14.2
  [15.9-25.8] [13.4-22.5] [55.3-67.1] [12.5-16.0]
45+ 439 15.8 42.8 41.4 16.2
  [13.2-18.3] [39.4-46.3] [37.8-45.0] [14.4-17.9]
Male (15+) 382 18.8 31.8 49.4 16.5
  [15.9-21.7] [28.5-35.2] [45.6-53.1] [14.8-18.2]
15-24 61 25.7 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 69.9 16.6
  [20.7-30.7]   [64.7-75.0] [13.4-19.9]
25+ 321 17.5Table 2 Footnote 37.1 45.4 16.4
[14.1-20.9] [33.0-41.1] [41.1-49.8] [14.6-18.3]
Female (15+) 412 17.4 27.6 55.1 14.2
  [14.3-20.4] [24.4-30.7] [51.5-58.6] [12.7-15.7]
15-24 61 16.4 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 79.3 12.6
  [12.6-20.2]   [75.0-83.6] [10.4-14.8]
25+ 351 17.5Table 2 Footnote 31.6 50.8 14.4
  [14.1-21.0] [27.9-35.3] [46.8-54.9] [12.8-16.0]
New Brunswick Total 630 18.8 31.4 49.8 16.3
  [16.4-21.1] [28.6-34.3] [47.1-52.5] [15.0-17.6]
15-19 46 13.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 83.5Table 2 Footnote 15.5
  [9.4-18.2]   [79.0-88.0] [12.0-18.9]
20-24 48 25.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 68.1 15.0
  [20.0-30.2]   [62.2-73.9] [13.0-17.0]
25-44 188 22.2 22.9 54.8 15.0
  [16.9-27.6] [17.8-28.0] [48.7-60.9] [13.3-16.8]
45+ 348 16.7 43.2 40.1 17.5
  [13.7-19.6] [39.1-47.3] [36.2-44.1] [15.3-19.6]
Male (15+) 307 21.7 32.7 45.5Table 2 Footnote 18.6
  [18.3-25.1] [28.9-36.6] [41.8-49.3] [16.8-20.4]
15-24 48 25.9 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 70.1 16.2
  [20.7-31.1]   [64.8-75.4] [13.9-18.6]
25+ 259 20.9 38.1 41.0 19.1
  [17.0-24.9] [33.5-42.6] [36.7-45.3] [17.1-21.2]
Female (15+) 323 16.0 30.2 53.8 13.3
  [12.9-19.0] [26.2-34.2] [49.7-58.0] [11.5-15.0]
15-24 46 12.9 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 81.4 12.8
  [9.2-16.5]   [76.4-86.4] [10.3-15.2]
25+ 278 16.5Table 2 Footnote 34.2 49.3 13.3
  [13.0-20.0] [29.5-38.9] [44.6-54.1] [11.4-15.2]
Quebec Total 6,625 19.8 29.3 50.9 15.4
  [17.7-21.9] [26.7-31.9] [48.1-53.7] [14.1-16.7]
15-19 486 17.2 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 79.8 11.4
  [13.5-21.0]   [75.8-83.9] [9.3-13.4]
20-24 507 23.2 9.5Table 2 Footnote *Table 2 Footnote 67.3 13.1
  [18.9-27.5] [6.1-12.9] [62.3-72.3] [11.4-14.9]
25-44 2,124 24.2 17.3 58.4 14.3
  [19.8-28.7] [12.9-21.8] [52.8-64.1] [12.5-16.1]
45+ 3,506 17.0 43.0 40.0 16.7
  [13.9-20.0] [38.9-47.1] [35.8-44.1] [14.6-18.8]
Male (15+) 3,280 21.0 32.6 46.4 15.5
  [17.6-24.4] [29.0-36.3] [42.3-50.5] [14.0-17.0]
15-24 507 22.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 71.8 13.3
  [18.2-26.0]   [67.5-76.2] [11.2-15.3]
25+ 2,773 20.8 37.5Table 2 Footnote 41.7 15.8
  [16.8-24.8] [33.2-41.8] [37.0-46.5] [14.0-17.6]
Female (15+) 3,345 18.7 26.0 55.3 15.2
  [15.8-21.5] [22.8-29.2] [51.5-59.2] [13.2-17.3]
15-24 487 18.4 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 75.1 11.8
  [14.2-22.6]   [70.0-80.2] [10.0-13.6]
25+ 2,858 18.7 29.3 52.0 15.7
  [15.5-21.9] [25.6-33.1] [47.7-56.2] [13.3-18.0]
Ontario Total 10,999 16.3 21.5Table 2 Footnote 62.2 13.6
  [14.1-18.6] [19.4-23.6] [59.5-64.9] [12.2-14.9]
15-19 867 9.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 88.7 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2
  [6.4-11.9]   [85.6-91.9]  
20-24 934 20.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 73.9 10.5
  [16.5-25.0]   [69.6-78.3] [8.3-12.6]
25-44 3,667 17.7 16.1 66.2 11.3
  [13.0-22.4] [11.8-20.4] [60.2-72.2] [9.2-13.4]
45+ 5,532 15.8 30.8 53.3 15.5
  [12.9-18.7] [27.7-34.0] [49.4-57.3] [13.7-17.4]
Male (15+) 5,392 19.0 22.4 58.6 14.1
  [15.2-22.7] [19.2-25.5] [54.3-63.0] [12.1-16.2]
15-24 919 18.9 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 75.6 11.2
  [14.9-22.8]   [71.3-79.9] [8.7-13.6]
25+ 4,473 19.0 25.8 55.2 14.5
  [14.6-23.4] [22.0-29.7] [50.1-60.3] [12.2-16.7]
Female (15+) 5,607 13.8 20.7 65.5Table 2 Footnote 12.8
  [11.2-16.4] [17.6-23.7] [62.0-69.1] [11.3-14.4]
15-24 881 11.2 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 86.7 9.8
  [7.9-14.6]   [83.2-90.3] [6.2-13.4]
25+ 4,726 14.2 24.2 61.6 13.1
  [11.3-17.2] [20.6-27.7] [57.4-65.8] [11.4-14.8]
Manitoba Total 1,002 18.7 25.6 55.8 14.4
  [16.6-20.7] [23.3-27.8] [53.4-58.2] [13.1-15.7]
15-19 89 14.3 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 83.4 11.8
  [11.2-17.4]   [80.2-86.7] [9.5-14.0]
20-24 91 26.6 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 68.2 11.7
  [22.2-31.0]   [63.5-72.9] [10.0-13.4]
25-44 326 22.4 18.2 59.4 14.3
  [17.5-27.3] [13.7-22.8] [53.9-64.9] [12.1-16.4]
45+ 496 15.5Table 2 Footnote 38.2 46.2 15.2
  [12.9-18.1] [34.8-41.7] [42.7-49.7] [13.2-17.3]
Male (15+) 497 21.5Table 2 Footnote 27.9 50.6 15.5
  [18.3-24.8] [24.6-31.1] [47.0-54.3] [13.7-17.4]
15-24 92 23.9 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 73.3 12.7
  [19.7-28.2]   [68.9-77.7] [11.0-14.3]
25+ 405 21.0 33.5Table 2 Footnote 45.5Table 2 Footnote 16.1
  [17.1-24.9] [29.5-37.5] [41.1-49.8] [14.0-18.2]
Female (15+) 505 15.8 23.3 60.9 12.6
  [13.2-18.5] [20.4-26.2] [57.3-64.5] [11.0-14.1]
15-24 88 17.0 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 78.3 9.7
  [13.3-20.6]   [73.9-82.6] [7.7-11.7]
25+ 417 15.6 27.2 57.2 13.0
  [12.4-18.8] [23.7-30.7] [52.9-61.6] [11.2-14.7]
Saskatchewan Total 843 19.2 27.1 53.6 14.8
  [17.1-21.3] [24.7-29.6] [50.8-56.5] [13.6-16.0]
15-19 72 19.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 79.1 10.6
  [15.8-23.8]   [75.2-83.1] [8.5-12.7]
20-24 78 27.0 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 66.7 12.2
  [21.7-32.4]   [60.6-72.9] [10.7-13.7]
25-44 270 23.3 19.6 57.1 13.7
  [18.3-28.2] [15.1-24.2] [51.4-62.8] [11.8-15.7]
45+ 422 15.1 40.3 44.6 17.0
  [12.3-17.8] [36.5-44.1] [40.8-48.5] [15.4-18.7]
Male (15+) 419 21.6 28.5Table 2 Footnote 49.9 16.7
  [18.4-24.7] [25.2-31.8] [46.0-53.9] [15.2-18.3]
15-24 78 28.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 68.7 13.1
  [22.7-33.4]   [63.3-74.1] [11.5-14.7]
25+ 341 20.1 34.3 45.7 17.5
  [16.4-23.7] [30.3-38.3] [41.0-50.4] [15.7-19.3]
Female (15+) 424 16.9 25.8 57.3 12.1
  [14.4-19.5] [22.5-29.0] [53.7-60.9] [10.6-13.6]
15-24 73 18.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 76.9 9.2
  [14.4-23.2]   [71.2-82.5] [7.5-11.0]
25+ 351 16.5Table 2 Footnote 30.3 53.2 12.6
  [13.5-19.6] [26.4-34.1] [49.0-57.4] [10.8-14.4]
Alberta Total 3,052 17.7 25.5Table 2 Footnote 56.8 13.9
  [15.4-19.9] [23.1-27.8] [54.3-59.4] [12.8-15.0]
15-19 239 8.3 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 90.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2
  [5.7-11.0]   [87.3-92.9]  
20-24 282 24.0 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 68.4 12.2
  [19.4-28.7]   [63.4-73.3] [10.1-14.4]
25-44 1,162 18.6 19.9 61.6 14.0
  [14.0-23.2] [15.7-24.0] [56.3-66.8] [12.4-15.6]
45+ 1,368 17.2 38.1 44.6 14.1
  [14.2-20.2] [33.9-42.4] [40.4-48.9] [12.3-15.9]
Male (15+) 1,560 20.1 26.3 53.6 15.5
  [16.9-23.4] [23.1-29.5] [50.0-57.2] [14.0-17.0]
15-24 270 18.7 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 75.2 15.6
  [14.6-22.8]   [70.8-79.6] [12.7-18.5]
25+ 1,290 20.4 30.5Table 2 Footnote 49.0 15.5
  [16.6-24.3] [26.7-34.3] [44.8-53.2] [13.9-17.0]
Female (15+) 1,492 15.1 24.6 60.3 11.5
  [12.3-17.9] [21.3-28.0] [56.5-64.1] [9.9-13.2]
15-24 252 14.8 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 81.7 9.6
  [11.2-18.4]   [78.0-85.4] [8.2-11.0]
25+ 1,240 15.1 28.9 55.9 11.8
  [11.7-18.6] [24.9-33.0] [51.4-60.5] [10.0-13.7]
British Columbia Total 3,853 14.2 26.3 59.5Table 2 Footnote 14.1
  [11.9-16.5] [24.1-28.6] [56.5-62.4] [11.6-16.6]
15-19 280 10.1Table 2 Footnote * HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 86.5Table 2 Footnote 10.2Table 2 Footnote *
  [6.7-13.6]   [82.5-90.4] [6.7-13.6]
20-24 325 13.1 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 79.8 10.3
  [9.2-17.1]   [75.1-84.4] [8.3-12.3]
25-44 1,243 16.6 17.9 65.5Table 2 Footnote 12.1
  [11.3-21.8] [13.2-22.7] [59.1-71.9] [8.3-15.9]
45+ 2,005 13.5Table 2 Footnote 37.8 48.6 16.3
  [10.8-16.2] [34.3-41.4] [44.7-52.6] [12.8-19.8]
Male (15+) 1,900 17.6 27.0 55.5Table 2 Footnote 15.9
  [13.8-21.4] [23.4-30.5] [50.8-60.2] [12.1-19.6]
15-24 312 13.7 HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 80.4 9.3
  [9.9-17.5]   [75.8-85.1] [6.8-11.8]
25+ 1,588 18.3 31.1 50.6 16.6
  [13.9-22.7] [26.9-35.3] [45.0-56.1] [12.4-20.8]
Female (15+) 1,952 11.0 25.7 63.3 10.9
  [8.4-13.5] [22.5-28.9] [59.6-67.0] [9.4-12.3]
15-24 293 9.6Table 2 Footnote * HSVTable 2 Footnote 2 85.5Table 2 Footnote HSVTable 2 Footnote 2
  [6.1-13.2]   [81.5-89.4]  
25+ 1,660 11.2 29.4 59.4 10.7
  [8.3-14.1] [25.6-33.2] [55.1-63.7] [9.2-12.3]
Table 3. Nicotine dependence by age group and sex, daily smokers, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Sex Age group
(years)
Population estimate
('000)
How soon after waking do you have your first cigarette?
Within 5 minutes
(%)
6-30 minutes
(%)
31-60 minutes
(%)
>60 minutes
(%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 3 Footnotes

Table 3 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 3 Footnote 2

Rounding up to integers.

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Table 3 Footnote 3

Rounding down to integers.

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Table 3 Footnote 4

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Total All age groups 3,862 20.1 32.0 21.2 26.7
[17.1-23.1] [28.2-35.9] [17.6-24.9] [23.3-30.0]
Male 2,137 17.3 34.8 20.3 27.6
[13.6-21.1] [29.3-40.3] [15.3-25.3] [22.6-32.6]
Female 1,725 23.5Table 3 Footnote 28.6 22.4 25.5Table 3 Footnote
[18.9-28.1] [23.8-33.4] [17.0-27.8] [20.8-30.3]
Both sexes 15-19 127 13.2Table 3 Footnote * 31.3 23.3 32.1
[7.6-18.9] [23.3-39.4] [15.7-30.9] [24.1-40.2]
20-24 330 14.7 28.3 17.4 39.6
[10.2-19.2] [22.7-33.8] [12.6-22.2] [33.2-46.0]
25+ 3,405 20.9 32.4 21.5Table 3 Footnote 25.2
[17.5-24.3] [28.1-36.7] [17.5-25.6] [21.4-29.0]
25-44 1,420 17.9 24.8 26.0 31.3
[12.5-23.2] [19.3-30.3] [18.6-33.4] [24.2-38.5]
45+ 1,986 23.0 37.9 18.3 20.8
[18.2-27.9] [31.9-43.8] [13.7-22.9] [16.5-25.1]
Male 15-19 70 4.9Table 3 Footnote * 38.8 22.8Table 3 Footnote * 33.5Table 3 Footnote *Table 3 Footnote
[2.6-7.2] [26.9-50.7] [13.7-31.9] [22.0-45.0]
20-24 199 18.3Table 3 Footnote * 27.9 14.6Table 3 Footnote * 39.3
[11.6-24.9] [20.5-35.2] [9.1-20.0] [30.4-48.2]
25+ 1,867 17.7 35.4 20.8 26.1
[13.5-21.9] [29.2-41.6] [15.1-26.4] [20.4-31.8]
25-44 850 14.6Table 3 Footnote * 26.7 24.7Table 3 Footnote * 33.9
[8.6-20.6] [18.7-34.7] [14.7-34.8] [24.2-43.7]
45+ 1,017 20.3 42.7 17.5Table 3 Footnote *Table 3 Footnote 19.5Table 3 Footnote *Table 3 Footnote
[14.2-26.4] [34.0-51.3] [11.4-23.6] [12.8-26.2]
Female 15-19 57 23.5Table 3 Footnote *Table 3 Footnote 22.1Table 3 Footnote * HSVTable 3 Footnote 1 30.5Table 3 Footnote *Table 3 Footnote
[11.9-35.1] [12.5-31.6]   [19.4-41.6]
20-24 131 9.3Table 3 Footnote * 28.9 21.8Table 3 Footnote * 40.0
[5.2-13.4] [20.1-37.7] [12.7-30.9] [29.5-50.6]
25+ 1,538 24.7 28.8 22.4 24.1
[19.5-29.9] [23.4-34.2] [16.4-28.4] [18.9-29.3]
25-44 570 22.7Table 3 Footnote * 22.0 27.9Table 3 Footnote * 27.4Table 3 Footnote *
[13.6-31.8] [15.1-28.8] [17.2-38.6] [18.2-36.7]
45+ 968 25.9 32.8 19.1 22.2
[19.1-32.7] [25.7-39.9] [12.7-25.6] [16.3-28.0]
Table 4. Number of quit attempts in the past 12 months by age group and sex, daily smokers, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Sex Age group (years) Population estimate ('000) No attempts (%) 1 attempt (%) 2-3 attempts (%) 4 or more attempts (%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 4 Footnotes

Table 4 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 4 Footnote 2

Rounding up to integers

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Table 4 Footnote 3

Rounding down to integers

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Table 4 Footnote 4

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Total All age groups 3,810 57.7 14.4 16.4 11.5Table 4 Footnote
[53.7-61.7] [11.3-17.6] [13.7-19.1] [9.4-13.6]
Male 2,089 58.5Table 4 Footnote 13.7 18.0 9.9
[52.7-64.2] [9.3-18.1] [14.0-22.0] [7.4-12.3]
Female 1,721 56.7 15.4 14.4 13.5Table 4 Footnote
[51.2-62.3] [10.4-20.3] [10.8-18.0] [9.8-17.2]
Both sexes 15-17 50 25.3Table 4 Footnote * HSVTable 4 Footnote 1 24.3Table 4 Footnote * 35.1Table 4 Footnote *
[13.2-37.3]   [13.1-35.4] [21.8-48.3]
18-19 77 45.2 11.7Table 4 Footnote * 18.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote 24.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote
[34.4-56.0] [5.6-17.9] [10.6-26.5] [15.5-33.6]
15-19 127 37.3 13.2Table 4 Footnote * 20.8 28.7
[28.7-45.9] [8.2-18.2] [14.5-27.1] [20.6-36.8]
20-22 211 41.0 12.3Table 4 Footnote * 27.5Table 4 Footnote 19.3
[33.6-48.3] [7.2-17.3] [19.9-35.0] [12.8-25.8]
23-24 116 53.9 17.4Table 4 Footnote * 15.2Table 4 Footnote * 13.4Table 4 Footnote *
[43.5-64.3] [9.2-25.6] [8.0-22.5] [6.1-20.8]
20-24 327 45.6 14.1 23.1 17.2
[39.6-51.6] [9.7-18.5] [17.7-28.6] [12.1-22.4]
25-34 862 56.0 19.0Table 4 Footnote * 16.6Table 4 Footnote * 8.3Table 4 Footnote *
[44.5-67.5] [8.7-29.3] [9.9-23.4] [3.6-13.0]
35-44 543 61.7 14.0Table 4 Footnote * 15.2Table 4 Footnote * HSVTable 4 Footnote 1
[52.6-70.9] [7.9-20.2] [8.5-21.9]  
45+ 1,951 60.6 12.7 15.2 11.5Table 4 Footnote
[54.8-66.5] [8.8-16.5] [11.1-19.2] [8.5-14.6]
25+ 3,356 59.6 14.5Table 4 Footnote 15.6 10.3
[55.3-64.0] [11.0-18.1] [12.6-18.5] [8.0-12.6]
Male 15-19 70 28.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote HSVTable 4 Footnote 1 27.3Table 4 Footnote * 33.0Table 4 Footnote *
[18.2-38.8]   [17.1-37.5] [21.3-44.8]
20-24 197 48.9 10.3Table 4 Footnote * 21.8 19.1Table 4 Footnote *
[41.0-56.8] [5.3-15.2] [15.0-28.6] [12.1-26.0]
25-44 838 61.3 15.7Table 4 Footnote * 15.8Table 4 Footnote * HSVTable 4 Footnote 1
[50.2-72.4] [6.7-24.6] [9.7-21.9]  
45+ 984 60.1 12.8Table 4 Footnote * 18.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote 8.6Table 4 Footnote *
[51.6-68.5] [6.9-18.8] [11.7-25.2] [5.2-12.0]
Female 15-19 57 48.2 HSVTable 4 Footnote 1 12.9Table 4 Footnote * 23.4Table 4 Footnote *
[36.1-60.2]   [6.2-19.5] [13.8-33.0]
20-24 131 40.6 19.8Table 4 Footnote * 25.1Table 4 Footnote * 14.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote
[30.8-50.4] [11.6-28.1] [16.2-34.0] [6.5-22.5]
25-44 566 53.7 19.2Table 4 Footnote * 16.6Table 4 Footnote * 10.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote
[42.4-65.0] [7.6-30.9] [8.7-24.4] [5.1-15.9]
45+ 968 61.2 12.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote 11.8Table 4 Footnote * 14.5Table 4 Footnote *Table 4 Footnote
[53.8-68.6] [7.3-17.7] [7.8-15.9] [9.4-19.6]
Table 5. Quit rates by age group and sex, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Sex Age group (years) Population estimate ('000) Total quitters (%) Short term quitters (%) Long term quitters (%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 5 Footnotes

Table 5 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 5 Footnote 2

Rounding down to integers

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Table 5 Footnote 3

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Both sexes Total 12,103 59.0 3.4 55.7
[57.0-61.1] [2.7-4.1] [53.7-57.7]
15-24 980 21.8 8.4 13.4
[18.4-25.3] [6.1-10.6] [10.7-16.2]
15-19 308 16.6Table 5 Footnote * 9.3Table 5 Footnote * 7.3Table 5 Footnote *
[11.1-22.1] [4.7-13.9] [4.2-10.5]
20-24 672 24.2 8.0 16.2
[19.9-28.5] [5.6-10.4] [12.5-20.0]
25+ 11,122 62.3 2.9 59.4
[60.1-64.6] [2.2-3.7] [57.2-61.6]
25-44 3,502 46.6 5.1Table 5 Footnote * 41.5Table 5 Footnote
[42.0-51.2] [3.0-7.2] [37.0-45.9]
45+ 7,620 69.6 1.9 67.6
[67.2-71.9] [1.3-2.6] [65.2-70.0]
Male Total 6,532 57.3 3.1 54.3
[54.4-60.3] [2.2-3.9] [51.3-57.2]
15-24 588 21.6 7.9Table 5 Footnote * 13.7
[17.1-26.2] [4.8-11.0] [10.0-17.5]
15-19 176 17.5Table 5 Footnote *Table 5 Footnote HSVTable 5 Footnote 1 7.1Table 5 Footnote *
[9.0-26.0]   [2.5-11.7]
20-24 412 23.4 6.8Table 5 Footnote * 16.6
[18.1-28.7] [4.1-9.6] [11.6-21.5]
25+ 5,944 60.9 2.6Table 5 Footnote * 58.3
[57.6-64.2] [1.6-3.5] [55.0-61.6]
25-44 1,850 38.1 4.2Table 5 Footnote * 33.9
[32.4-43.8] [1.9-6.6] [28.2-39.5]
45+ 4,093 71.2 1.8Table 5 Footnote * 69.3
[67.8-74.5] [0.9-2.7] [66.0-72.7]
Female Total 5,571 61.0 3.8 57.3
[58.3-63.8] [2.7-4.9] [54.5-60.0]
15-24 392 22.1 9.1Table 5 Footnote * 13.0
[17.4-26.9] [5.7-12.6] [9.3-16.7]
15-19 132 15.5Table 5 Footnote *Table 5 Footnote HSVTable 5 Footnote 1 HSVTable 5 Footnote 1
[9.6-21.3]    
20-24 260 25.5Table 5 Footnote 9.8Table 5 Footnote * 15.7Table 5 Footnote *
[18.8-32.2] [5.0-14.6] [10.5-20.9]
25+ 5,179 64.0 3.4Table 5 Footnote * 60.6
[61.1-66.9] [2.2-4.6] [57.7-63.6]
25-44 1,652 56.1 6.1Table 5 Footnote * 50.0
[49.7-62.6] [2.6-9.6] [43.5-56.5]
45+ 3,527 67.7 2.1Table 5 Footnote * 65.6
[64.5-70.9] [1.3-2.9] [62.4-68.8]
Table 6. Stages of change categories by age group and sex, among ever smokers (current and former smokers combined), age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Sex Age group (years) Population estimate ('000) Precontemplation (%) Contemplation (%) Preparation (%) Action (%) Maintenance (%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 6 Footnotes

Table 6 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 6 Footnote 2

Rounding up to integers.

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Table 6 Footnote 3

Rounding down to integers.

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Table 6 Footnote 4

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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The first 3 categories are current smokers, last 2 categories are former smokers.
Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Total All age groups 12,103 15.2 18.1 7.3 1.5Table 6 Footnote 57.9
[13.7-16.6] [16.3-19.8] [6.2-8.5] [1.0-1.9] [55.9-60.0]
Male 6,532 15.8 18.2 8.2 1.5Table 6 Footnote *Table 6 Footnote 56.4
[13.6-17.9] [15.6-20.7] [6.3-10.1] [0.9-2.0] [53.4-59.3]
Female 5,571 14.5Table 6 Footnote 17.9 6.3 1.5Table 6 Footnote *Table 6 Footnote 59.8
[12.7-16.3] [15.6-20.3] [5.0-7.6] [0.8-2.2] [57.0-62.6]
Both sexes 15-19 308 38.9 31.1 13.1 HSVTable 6 Footnote 1 13.9Table 6 Footnote *
[33.0-44.8] [25.5-36.7] [9.3-16.9]   [8.8-19.0]
20-24 672 32.8 28.2 14.8 3.5Table 6 Footnote *Table 6 Footnote 20.8
[28.4-37.1] [23.8-32.6] [11.6-18.0] [1.9-5.0] [16.5-25.0]
25-44 3,502 18.3 23.9 10.7 2.5Table 6 Footnote *Table 6 Footnote 44.6
[15.1-21.5] [19.6-28.2] [7.3-14.1] [1.2-3.8] [40.0-49.3]
45+ 7,620 11.2 14.0 4.9 0.8Table 6 Footnote * 69.1
[9.6-12.9] [12.1-15.9] [3.7-6.1] [0.4-1.2] [66.8-71.5]
Male 15-24 588 33.6 28.2 16.4 3.6Table 6 Footnote * 18.2
[29.0-38.2] [23.6-32.8] [12.8-20.0] [1.8-5.5] [13.7-22.6]
25+ 5,944 14.0 17.2 7.4 1.3Table 6 Footnote * 60.2
[11.7-16.3] [14.4-19.9] [5.4-9.4] [0.7-1.8] [56.9-63.4]
Female 15-24 392 36.3 30.5Table 6 Footnote 11.0 HSVTable 6 Footnote 1 19.3
[30.7-41.9] [24.9-36.1] [7.6-14.5]   [14.6-23.9]
25+ 5,179 12.8 17.0 6.0 1.4Table 6 Footnote * 62.8
[10.9-14.7] [14.4-19.6] [4.6-7.4] [0.6-2.2] [59.9-65.8]
Table 7. Smoking and pregnancy, women age 20-44 yearsTable 7 Footnote 2, Canada 2011
Age group (years) Population estimate ('000) Smoked regularly during most recent pregnancy (%) Spouse smoked regularly at home during most recent pregnancyTable 7 Footnote 3 (%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 7 Footnotes

Table 7 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 7 Footnote 2

Among women aged 20-44 who had been pregnant in the previous 5 years.

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Among women aged 20-44 who reported that they had a spouse/partner.

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Table 7 Footnote 4

Rounding down to integers.

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Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

20-44 1,960 6.9 2.3Table 7 Footnote *
[4.7-9.0] [1.2-3.4]
20-24 195 18.6Table 7 Footnote * 11.5Table 7 Footnote *Table 7 Footnote
[12.2-25.0] [5.5-17.4]
25-44 1,766 5.6Table 7 Footnote * HSVTable 7 Footnote 1
[3.3-7.8]  
Table 8. Smoking and education, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Education level Population estimate
('000)
Current smokers
(%)
Former smokers
(%)
Never smokers
(%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

< Secondary 4,484 21.9 24.1 53.9
[19.3-24.6] [21.6-26.6] [50.8-57.1]
Completed secondary 9,870 20.8 25.1 54.2
[18.8-22.8] [23.1-27.1] [51.7-56.6]
Completed college 5,498 19.1 28.9 52.0
[16.3-21.8] [25.8-32.1] [48.6-55.5]
Completed university 7,977 8.9 23.7 67.4
[7.1-10.6] [21.5-25.9] [65.0-69.9]
Table 9. Exposure of children at home to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS), by province and age group, Canada 2011
Province % Children Age 0-11 regularly exposed % Children Age 12-17 regularly exposed % Children Age 0-17 regularly exposed

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 9 Footnotes

Table 9 Footnote 1

High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 9 Footnote 2

Rounding down to integer.

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Table 9 Footnote 3

Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Canada 3.9 7.1 5.1
[3.3-4.5] [6.1-8.1] [4.6-5.7]
Newfoundland and Labrador HSVTable 9 Footnote 1 7.0 3.8
  [5.1-8.8] [2.9-4.7]
Prince Edward Island HSVTable 9 Footnote 1 6.8 4.7
  [4.9-8.7] [3.6-5.7]
Nova Scotia 3.0Table 9 Footnote * 8.5Table 9 Footnote 5.0
[2.0-4.0] [6.5-10.5] [4.0-6.1]
New Brunswick 3.8 7.8 5.3
[2.6-5.0] [5.5-10.1] [4.1-6.5]
Quebec 8.9 15.1 11.3
[7.1-10.8] [12.3-18.0] [9.7-13.0]
Ontario HSVTable 9 Footnote 1 3.9 2.9Table 9 Footnote *

[2.3-5.4] [1.9-3.8]
Manitoba 3.8 10.6 6.4
[2.6-4.9] [8.2-13.0] [5.1-7.8]
Saskatchewan 5.9 10.0 7.3
[4.4-7.3] [7.8-12.3] [6.0-8.6]
Alberta 3.3 6.4 4.3
[2.3-4.3] [4.8-7.9] [3.4-5.3]
British Columbia HSVTable 9 Footnote 1 HSVTable 9 Footnote 1 2.4Table 9 Footnote *


[1.5-3.3]
Table 10. Ever used/tried marijuana, cannabis or hashish, by province, Canada 2011
  Population estimate
('000)
% Tried marijuana only once % Tried marijuana more than once % Never tried marijuana

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 10 Footnotes

Table 10 Footnote 1

Rounding up to integer.

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Example2

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Canada 27,732 8.3 30.6 61.1
[7.6-9.0] [29.3-31.8] [59.8-62.4]
Males 13,685 8.0 35.7 56.2
[6.9-9.2] [33.7-37.8] [54.1-58.3]
Females 14,047 8.6 25.5Table 10 Footnote 65.9
[7.5-9.6] [24.0-27.0] [64.2-67.7]
Newfoundland and Labrador 419 7.0 25.7 67.4
[5.5-8.4] [23.4-28.0] [65.0-69.7]
Prince Edward Island 118 8.9 28.8 62.3
[7.3-10.6] [26.4-31.2] [59.8-64.7]
Nova Scotia 781 7.5Table 10 Footnote 33.6 58.9
[6.1-9.0] [31.3-35.9] [56.5-61.2]
New Brunswick 620 7.0 32.6 60.4
[5.4-8.5] [29.7-35.4] [57.4-63.5]
Quebec 6,462 8.8 31.1 60.1
[7.1-10.6] [28.5-33.6] [57.4-62.8]
Ontario 10,794 8.1 28.3 63.6
[6.6-9.6] [25.9-30.7] [61.1-66.2]
Manitoba 978 8.1 27.1 64.8
[6.5-9.7] [24.6-29.6] [62.3-67.4]
Saskatchewan 824 8.3 29.7 62.0
[6.8-9.8] [27.3-32.1] [59.5-64.6]
Alberta 2,986 8.5Table 10 Footnote 32.1 59.4
[7.0-10.0] [29.4-34.8] [56.7-62.2]
British Columbia 3,751 8.4 35.8 55.8
[6.7-10.1] [32.7-38.9] [52.7-58.9]
Table 11. Ever used/tried marijuana, cannabis or hashish by smoking status, Canada 2011
Smoking status Population estimate
('000)
% Tried marijuana only once % Tried marijuana more than once % Never tried marijuana

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Current smoker 4,763 9.7 58.4 31.9
[7.4-12.1] [55.1-61.7] [28.7-35.0]
Former smoker 7,024 8.8 40.0 51.2
[7.4-10.2] [37.2-42.7] [48.5-54.0]
Never smoker 15,946 7.7 18.1 74.2
[6.8-8.6] [16.8-19.4] [72.6-75.8]
Table 12. Occupational category by smoking status, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Occupation Current smoker
(%)
Daily smoker
(%)

[95% confidence intervals in brackets]

Table 12 Footnotes

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High sampling variability - although an estimate may be determined from the table, data should be suppressed.

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Table 12 Footnote 2

Rounding up to integer.

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Rounding down to integer.

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Moderate sampling variability, interpret with caution.

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Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011

Management 23.2
[16.2-30.2]
18.0Table 12 Footnote *
[11.4-24.5]
Business/Finance/Administration 15.9
[13.0-18.8]
12.5Table 12 Footnote
[9.9-15.2]
Natural/applied science 12.0Table 12 Footnote *
[7.6-16.4]
7.0Table 12 Footnote *
[3.7-10.2]
Health 12.0
[8.6-15.5]
9.9Table 12 Footnote *
[6.6-13.2]
Social/education/government/religion 9.3Table 12 Footnote *
[6.1-12.5]
5.7Table 12 Footnote *
[3.4-8.1]
Art/culture/recreation/sport 8.9Table 12 Footnote *
[5.2-12.7]
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Sales/service 20.5Table 12 Footnote
[17.7-23.2]
15.6
[13.0-18.2]
Trades/transport/equipment 28.4
[24.1-32.8]
22.5Table 12 Footnote
[18.4-26.6]
Primary industry 22.4Table 12 Footnote *
[14.8-30.1]
19.3Table 12 Footnote *
[11.6-27.1]
Process/manufacturing/utilities 24.0
[17.0-30.9]
20.7
[14.3-27.1]
Table 13. Description of the sample size represented, age 15+ years, Canada 2011
Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Canada
Source: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, February - December 2011
Male 964 989 985 941 995 971 1,097 983 923 827 9,675
Female 1,121 1,196 1,156 1,138 1,110 1,086 1,177 1,132 958 954 11,028
15-19 541 577 496 544 547 544 615 583 481 466 5,394
20-24 372 385 413 382 445 435 490 390 356 330 3,998
25+ 1,172 1,223 1,232 1,153 1,113 1,078 1,169 1,142 1,044 985 11,311
25-34 137 123 133 143 151 133 171 177 163 111 1,442
35-44 236 197 187 180 200 223 202 199 232 150 2,006
45-54 261 294 295 257 252 254 260 271 253 245 2,642
55+ 538 609 617 573 510 468 536 495 396 479 5,221
Total 2,085 2,185 2,141 2,079 2,105 2,057 2,274 2,115 1,881 1,781 20,703
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