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3 Statistics Canada
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4 Rush et al (2008).
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5 Statistics Canada
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6 Canadian Institute
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7 Mental Health
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8 Ratnasingham et al
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9 Whiteford et al
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10 Rehm et al. (2006).
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11 Gomes et al. (2014).
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12 Statistics Canada
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13 Ialomiteanu et al.
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among Ontario adults, 1977-2013.
14 Statistics Canada
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15 Health Canada (2012).
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16 Canadian Medical
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17 Dewa (2014). Worker
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18 Institute of Health
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20 College of Family
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21 Dewa and McDaid
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22 Marwaha and Johnson
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23 Calculated from data
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24 Calculated from data
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25 Lim et al (2008). A
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26 Canadian Policy
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