Study shows Canada’s divorce rates have declined



December 21, 2009

By Deborah Gyapon: Canadian Christianity: THE VANIER Institute of the Family has released a study that shows divorce rates in Canada have declined markedly since the 1990s. Divorce rates peaked in 1987, according to the study, entitled Divorce: Facts, Causes and Consequences. Rates declined steadily until 1997, and have held at the lower level since then. The study shows rates of conjugal violence also declined between 1993 and 2004. [Read more].

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