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CRME Statistics

A Diverse Clientele

The Centre de réadaptation Marie Enfant (CRME) provides ultra-specialized services to clients aged 0-18 years living across Quebec, and specialized services to children living in Montreal and Laval. As such, the families who come to the CRME are representative of Quebec’s cultural diversity, and this is most especially the case for the Montreal area.

Given how important it is for the teams to adjust their activities to the needs and realities of the users and their families, the CRME has implemented the necessary resources that enable them to communicate with the families, when required.

In 2001, it was reported that the number of foreigners who immigrated to Montreal corresponded to 492 235 (27,6% of the population). In 2006, the number of immigrants climbed to 560 395 (30,7% of the population). Between 2001 and 2006, the number of immigrants had risen by 3.1% (68 160 immigrants). (Source: Agence de Montréal)

In 2001, a statistical study conducted by the Agence de Montréal revealed that 17.9% of Montrealers speak a language other than French or English at home. Therefore, the CRME makes every effort to meet the needs of the families it serves by making interpretation services in their mother tongue available to them.

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Updated on 11/7/2023
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