2 edition of Household and family projections for Canada and the provinces to 2001 found in the catalog.
Household and family projections for Canada and the provinces to 2001
Canada. Census Field. Population Estimates and Projections Division.
English and French.
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Population Estimates and Projections Division.]. Get this from a library. Household and family projections: Canada, provinces, and territories, = Projections des ménages et familles: Canada, provinces et territoires, [Statistics Canada. Demography Division.;].
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Family and Household Income Highlights The following statistics are from the Census of Canada which occurred on Note: For definitions of terms used in this publication, see page 4.
Average and Median Family Income, Canada, Provinces and Territories, Family Income The Yukon had the fourth highest reported averageFile Size: KB. Families, households and conjugal status Subscribe to this topic. This section presents data and publications on families, households and conjugal status.
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We are a federal institution that is part of the Health portfolio. Coronavirus disease. This statistic shows the average number of people per family in Canada indistinguished by province. InNunavut was ranked first with the average family size of people.
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tics Canada. Census and Demographic Statistics Branch. Title: Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories, Series title: Population projections for Canada, provinces and territories Publication type: Series - View Master Record: Language [English] Other language editions: Format: Electronic.
Private households by household type, counts, for Canada, provinces and territories Couples with children3 Couples without children4 Lone-parent Family households refers to a household that contains at least one census family, that is, a married couple with or without children, or a couple living in common-law with or without children.
Historical Statistics of Canada has population, household and family, inter-provincial migration, health, labour force, employment and income, education and other data available for varying periods - many dating back to the mid's.
For example, you can get the total enrollment and percentage of average daily attendance in public elementary.The size of Canadian families is decreasing. Inaverage family size was persons, down from inand in Nunavut had the largest average family size, at persons.
The number of families in Canada grew by % between and The largest proportional increase was among common-law families, which rose by %.
— common-law families are the fastest-growing family type in Canada, rising from per cent of all families in to per cent inand the ranks of common-law couples with children.