Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing Four percent of Canadian households reported going cross-country skiing or snowshoeing close to home.
Camping Three percent of households reported that they went camping close to home in Compared to households in eastern Canada, households in western Canada were more likely to have reported this activity. The likelihood a household went camping increased with income.
Households at the low end of the income scale were about half as likely Rock me to the pussy have gone camping as those at the high end of the income scale. Start of text box About the Households and the Environment Survey The Households and the Environment Survey asks Canadian households about their activities and behaviours outdooray respect to the environment. Data from the survey are used by governments to guide policies and programs, by researchers to learn more about Canadians and by individuals to see how they compare loooking the rest of the country.
The target population of the Households fkn the Environment Survey consisted of households in Canada, excluding households located in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, households located on Indian Reserves or Crown lands, and households consisting entirely of full-time members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Institutions and households in certain remote regions were also excluded.
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