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Figure 1:
Probabilities of dying by single year of age between ages 80 and 106 and by sex, Canadian Life Tables, 1951-1991.

Figure 2:
Estimated probabilities of dying by single year of age between 80 and 105 and by sex, periods 1952-1955 to 1991-1994, Canada.

Figure 3:
Variation of estimated probabilities of dying at advanced ages, by sex and age since period 1952-1955, Canada (Base 100 = 1952-55).

Figure 4:
Ratio of Canadian Life Tables probabilities of dying to estimated probabilities of dying, by age and sex, 1952-1955 to 1991-1994 (Ratio = qx tables / qx estimated)

Figure 5:
Ratio of estimated probabilities of dying by age and sex, Canada compared to other countries, for periods 1971-1975 and 1991-1995 (Ratio = Canada / Other country)

Figure 6:
Age-standardized death rates at 80-99 years by sex, for Canada and four groups of countries, 1955-1959 to 1985-1989.


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Mortality Statistics for the Oldest-Old: An Evaluation of Canadian Data
Robert Bourbeau and André Lebel
© 2000 Max-Planck-Gesellschaft ISSN 1435-9871