Sexually active Canadian students' contraceptive methods in 2014, by gender

This statistic presents the percentage of sexually active 9th and 10th grade students in Canada that reported using select methods of contraception the last time they had sex in 2014, by gender. According to the data, 65 percent of boys and 60 percent of girls used condoms at their last sexual intercourse.

Percentage of sexually active Canadian students in grades 9 and 10 that reported using select contraceptive measures the last time they had sex in 2014, by gender

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Release date

February 2015


North America, Canada

Survey time period


Number of respondents

29,784 students

Age group

11-15 years

Special properties

Students from 377 Canadian schools, grades 9 and 10 only

Method of interview


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