Prostate Cancer is the most common tumour occurring in Canadian men with over 20,000 new cases diagnosed annually and therefore is one of the most clinically important cancers in men. The main curative treatments are surgical prostatectomy or radiation treatment either with an external beam treatment or internal brachytherapy, and treatment options and subsequent survival are dependent on a number of factors, with an important one being the stage at which the prostate cancer is diagnosed. Residents of the Northeast have known challenges with access to health care. This project will use population-level health systems data to assess care patterns in Northeastern Ontario men with prostate cancer. Identification of risk factors associated with stage at diagnoses, treatment received, and survival, and assessing the important role of sociodemographic variables on these outcomes will help us to identify opportunities to improve care for men in the Northeast who seek treatment for prostate cancer.