The national "Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice in Canada" survey was conducted with a random sample of 3,263 adults aged 18 years and older, of which 3,051 resided in households with landlines and 212 used cell phones only. The data presented in the following pages are based on the 3,051 land line calls. Weighted to the Canadian population, this represents an estimated 23,590,697 people from the ten provinces.
Moore, Lisa, "Everyday Legal Problems and the Cost of Justice in Canada: Gender (Data Report)" (2017). Canadian Forum on Civil Justice. 31.