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Private households showing children of all ages, by household structure, 2006 counts, for Canada and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations - 20% sample data

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Geographic name Population in
private households
Household structure
Total private
households1
Couples3 One person Other2
With children Without children
Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest
Canada ! 31,074,405 12,437,470 3,902,390 3,242,530 3,327,050 1,965,495
Stratford, CA (Ont.) ! 29,780 12,880 3,610 3,495 4,035 1,740
Summerside, CA (P.E.I.) 15,850 6,580 1,820 1,890 1,685 1,190
Swift Current, CA (Sask.) ! 16,245 7,235 1,845 2,265 2,310 810
Temiskaming Shores, CA (Ont.) ! 12,665 5,400 1,545 1,775 1,415 665
Terrace, CA (B.C.) ! 18,415 7,195 2,225 2,045 1,820 1,110
Thetford Mines, CA (Que.) ! 24,940 11,725 2,730 3,705 4,000 1,285
Thompson, CA (Man.) ! 13,530 4,875 1,695 1,055 1,065 1,055
Thunder Bay, CMA (Ont.) ! 120,805 51,425 14,865 13,235 15,430 7,895
Tillsonburg, CA (Ont.) 14,625 6,375 1,605 2,135 1,810 820
Timmins, CA (Ont.) ! 42,275 17,390 5,690 4,745 4,630 2,330
Toronto, CMA (Ont.) 5,057,780 1,801,255 686,925 359,205 412,450 342,670
Trois-Rivières, CMA (Que.) ! 137,705 63,875 15,375 17,210 22,190 9,100
Truro, CA (N.S.) ! 44,510 18,780 5,455 5,600 5,030 2,695
Val-d'Or, CA (Que.) ! 31,610 13,565 3,830 3,785 4,135 1,815
Vancouver, CMA (B.C.) ! 2,092,635 817,225 260,775 182,750 232,130 141,575
Vernon, CA (B.C.) ! 54,230 23,045 5,775 7,670 6,305 3,300
Victoria, CMA (B.C.) ! 321,680 145,430 33,665 41,165 48,325 22,280
Victoriaville, CA (Que.) ! 47,005 20,635 5,610 5,700 6,540 2,785
Wetaskiwin, CA (Alta.) ! 11,255 4,770 1,210 1,390 1,400 765
Whitehorse, CA (Y.T.) ! 22,585 9,330 2,735 2,170 2,685 1,740
Williams Lake, CA (B.C.) ! 18,595 7,550 2,020 2,305 1,990 1,230
Windsor, CMA (Ont.) 320,070 125,840 42,340 29,655 33,835 20,010
Winnipeg, CMA (Man.) ! 682,065 281,760 82,460 66,700 85,020 47,580
Wood Buffalo, CA (Alta.) ! 52,250 18,395 7,200 4,665 3,145 3,380
Woodstock, CA (Ont.) ! 34,740 14,380 4,350 3,975 3,970 2,085
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Notes:

1. Private household refers to a person or a group of persons (other than foreign residents) who occupy the same dwelling and do not have a usual place of residence elsewhere in Canada. It may consist of a family group (census family) with or without other non-family persons, of two or more families sharing a dwelling, of a group of unrelated persons, or of one person living alone. Household members who are temporarily absent on Census Day (e.g., temporary residents elsewhere) are considered as part of their usual household. For census purposes, every person is a member of one and only one household. Unless otherwise specified, all data in household reports are for private households only.

2. Includes multiple-family households, lone-parent family households and non-family households other than one-person households.

3. Refers to one-family households containing a couple (with or without persons not in census families).

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