Focus on Geography Series, 2016 Census

Figure 1.1 Percentage of children 0 to 14 by family type, Saskatoon, 2011 and 2016

Figure

This vertical bar graph shows the percentage of children aged 0 to 14 by family type, Saskatoon, 2011 and 2016.

The Y axis shows the percentage of children aged 0 to 14.

The X axis shows, from left to right, the following family types: living in an intact two parent family, living in a stepfamily and living with one parent in a lone-parent family.

Table 1.1 Percentage of children 0 to 14 by family type, Saskatoon, 2011 and 2016
Table summary

This table shows the percentage of children aged 0 to 14 by three family types. The column headings are: family types, years and children aged 0 to 14 (percentage). The rows are: living in an intact two-parent family, living in a stepfamily and living with one parent in a lone-parent family, 2011 and 2016, along with their corresponding values.

Age Group Years Living in an intact two-parent family (%) Living in a stepfamily (%) Living with one parent in a lone-parent family (%)
0 to 14 2011 65.8 9.3 22.9
2016 68.3 8.5 21.3

Figure 1.2 Percentage of persons living in couples according to selected age groups, Saskatoon, 2006 to 2016

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This vertical bar graph shows the percentage of persons living in couples by selected age groups, Saskatoon, 2006 to 2016.

The Y axis shows the percentage of persons living in a couple.

The X axis shows, from left to right, the following age groups: 20 to 34 years and 65 years and over.

Table 1.2 Percentage of persons living in couples according to selected age groups, Saskatoon, 2006 to 2016
Table summary

This table shows the percentage of persons in a couple by two age groups. The column headings are: age groups, years and persons living in a couples (%). The rows are: 20 to 34 years and 65 years and over, 2006, 2011 and 2016, along with their corresponding values.

Age Groups Years Persons living in couples (%)
20 to 34
2006 39.8
2011 39.8
2016 42.2
65+
2006 57.0
2011 58.3
2016 59.9

Figure 1.3 Percentage of common-law couples by province and territory, 2011 and 2016

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This horizontal bar graph shows the percentage of common-law couples by province and territory, 2011 and 2016.

The Y axis shows Nunavut, Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon, Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Prince Edward Island and Ontario ranked in declining order of their percentage of common-law couples.

The X axis shows, from left to right, the percentage of common-law couples.

Table 1.3 Percentage of common-law couples by province and territory, 2011 and 2016
Table summary

This table shows the percentage of common-law couples by province, territory and Canada, 2011 and 2016.

Geography Common-law couples (%)
2011 2016
Nunavut 45.6 50.3
Quebec 37.8 39.9
Northwest Territories 36.4 36.6
Yukon 31.6 31.9
Canada 19.9 21.3
New Brunswick 19.1 20.8
Nova Scotia 17.2 19.0
Newfoundland and Labrador 15.3 17.0
Alberta 15.9 16.8
British Columbia 15.3 16.7
Saskatchewan 15.0 16.3
Manitoba 14.4 15.7
Prince Edward Island 13.4 15.3
Ontario 13.1 14.4

Figure 1.4 Marital status, Saskatoon, 2016

Figure

This pie chart shows the percentage distribution of the population by marital status, Saskatoon, 2016.

Table 1.4 Marital status, Saskatoon, 2016
Table summary

This table shows the percentage distribution of the population by marital status. The column headings are: marital status and percentage distribution of the population. The rows are: single, common law, divorced, married, separated and widowed along with their corresponding values.

Marital status Distribution (%)
Single 31.3
Common-law 8.8
Divorced 5.9
Married 46.4
Separated 2.2
Widowed 5.3
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