Focus on Geography Series, 2016 Census

Figure 1.1 Median total income of households, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 1995 to 2015

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This line chart shows the median total income of households for Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 1995 to 2015.

The Y axis shows the median total income of households count.

The X axis shows 1995, 2005 and 2015.

Table 1.1 Median total income of households, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 1995 to 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the median total income of households, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 1995 to 2015. The column headings are: geography, census years and median total income. The rows are: Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 1995 to 2015 along with their corresponding values.

Geography Years Median total income of households
Canada 1995 58,120
Canada 2005 63,457
Canada 2015 70,336
British Columbia 1995 60,977
British Columbia 2005 62,372
British Columbia 2015 69,995
Vancouver 1995 63,524
Vancouver 2005 65,342
Vancouver 2015 72,662

Figure 1.2 Distribution of households by household total income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015

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This vertical bar chart shows the distribution of households by household total, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015.

The Y axis shows the percentage of households.

The X axis shows: under $30,000, $30,000 to $59,999, $60,000 to $89,999, $90,000 to $124,999, $125,000 to $149,999 and $150,000 or more.

Table 1.2 Distribution of households by household total income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the distribution of households by household total income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015. The column headings are: geography, under $30,000, $30,000 to $59,999, $60,000 to $89,999, $90,000 to $124,999, $125,000 to $149,999 and $150,000 or more. The rows are: Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, along with their corresponding values.

Geography under $30,000 $30,000 to $59,999 $60,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $124,999 $125,000 to $149,000 $150,000 or more
Canada 17.8 24.7 25.0 10.4 7.2 14.7
British Columbia 18.9 24.0 24.8 10.5 7.4 14.4
Vancouver 19.0 22.5 23.9 10.4 7.5 16.7

Figure 1.3 Median total income of households by household type, Vancouver, 2005 and 2015

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This vertical bar chart shows the median total income of households by household type, Vancouver, 2005 and 2015.

The Y axis shows the median total income.

The X axis shows: total – private households, one-person households, one-family households and all other households.

Table 1.3 Median total income of households by household type, Vancouver, 2005 and 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the median total income of households by household type, Vancouver, 2005 and 2015. The column headings are: household type, median total income, 2005 and 2015. The rows are: household types along with their corresponding values.

Household type Median total income
2005 2015
Total-private households 65,342 72,662
One-person households 35,912 38,164
One-family households 81,255 90,460
All other households 85,470 98,815

Figure 1.4 Low-income prevalence rate by five year age groups, Vancouver, 2015

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This vertical bar chart shows low-income prevalence rate by five year age groups, Vancouver, 2015.

The Y axis shows the low-income prevalence rate in percentage.

The X axis shows: 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+.

Table 1.4 Low-income prevalence rate by five year age groups, Vancouver, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the low-income prevalence rate by five year age groups, Vancouver, 2015. The column headers are: age groups and low-income prevalence rate (%). The rows are: the age groups along with their corresponding values.

Age groups Low-income prevalence rate (%)
0 - 4 17.6
5 - 9 18.7
10 - 14 19.5
15 - 19 21.1
20 - 24 22.0
25 - 29 15.8
30 - 34 13.4
35 - 39 14.0
40 - 44 14.9
45 - 49 15.4
50 - 54 14.6
55 - 59 14.1
60 - 64 16.4
65 - 69 15.4
70 - 74 15.5
75 + 17.1

Figure 1.5 Percentage of persons in low-income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015

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This horizontal bar chart shows the percentage of persons in low-income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015.

The Y axis shows British Columbia, Canada, Vancouver, Greater Vancouver A (Regional district electoral area), Richmond (City), Burnaby (City), Vancouver (City), West Vancouver (District municipality), Coquitlam (City), Langley (City), North Vancouver (City), New Westminster (City), White Rock (City), Surrey (City), Port Moody (City), Port Coquitlam (City), Bowen Island (Island municipality), Maple Ridge (City), North Vancouver (District municipality), Delta (District municipality), Langley (District municipality), Pitt Meadows (City), Anmore (Village), Belcarra (Village), Lions Bay (Village).

The X axis shows the percentage.

Table 1.5 Percentage of persons in low-income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the percentage of persons in low-income, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, and census subdivisions, 2015. The column headers are: geography and persons in low-income (%). The rows are: Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and its census subdivisions along with their corresponding values.

Geography Persons in low-income (%)
British Columbia 15.5
Canada 14.2
Vancouver 16.5
Greater Vancouver A (Regional district electoral area) 39.6
Richmond (City) 22.4
Burnaby (City) 20.6
Vancouver (City) 18.8
West Vancouver (District municipality) 18.3
Coquitlam (City) 17.7
Langley (City) 17.3
North Vancouver (City) 16.5
New Westminster (City) 15.6
White Rock (City) 15.4
Surrey (City) 14.8
Port Moody (City) 11.5
Port Coquitlam (City) 11.4
Bowen Island (Island municipality) 11.0
Maple Ridge (City) 10.7
North Vancouver (District municipality) 10.0
Delta (District municipality) 9.7
Langley (District municipality) 9.7
Pitt Meadows (City) 9.7
Anmore (Village) 7.9
Belcarra (Village) 7.8
Lions Bay (Village) 7.5

Figure 1.6 Percentage of persons in low-income by census family type, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015

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The vertical bar chart shows the percentage of persons in low-income by census family type, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015.

The Y axis shows the percentage.

The X axis shows all persons, persons in census families, persons in couple families without children, persons in couple families with children, persons in lone-parent families and persons not in census families.

Table 1.6 Percentage of persons in low-income by census family type, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the percentage of persons in low-income by census family type, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 2015. The column headers are: geography, all persons (%), persons in census families (%), persons in couple families without children (%), persons in couple families with children (%), persons in lone-parent families (%) and persons not in census families (%). The rows are: Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver and their corresponding values.

Geography All persons (%) Persons in census families (%) Persons in couple families without children (%) Persons in couple families with children (%) Persons in lone-parent families (%) Persons not in census families (%)
Canada 14.2 11.4 7.0 10.4 28.1 26.8
British Columbia 15.5 12.9 8.7 11.9 30.8 26.6
Vancouver 16.5 14.1 10.1 13.6 29.4 26.7

Figure 1.7 Percentage of households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs, Vancouver, 2015

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The doughnut chart shows the percentage of households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs, Vancouver, 2015.

Table 1.7 Percentage of households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs, Vancouver, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the percentage of households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs, Vancouver, 2015. The column headers are: registered savings accounts and contributions (%). The rows are: RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs, RRSPs, RPPs and TFSAs and corresponding values.

Registered savings accounts Median contribution amount ($) Contributing (%) Not contributing (%)
RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs 10,004 66.9 33.1
RRSPs 4,948 37.3 62.7
RPPs 4,301 25.9 74.1
TFSAs 8,326 45.4 54.6

Figure 1.8 Households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs by after-tax household income, Vancouver, 2015

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The horizontal bar chart show the percentage of households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs by after-tax household income, Vancouver, 2015.

The Y axis shows the number of households.

The x axis shows the income rages for households not contributing and households contributing.

Table 1.8 Households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs by after-tax household income, Vancouver, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs by after-tax household income, Vancouver, 2015. The column headers are: income, households not contributing and households contributing. The rows are: under $30,000, $30,000 to $59,999, $60,000 to $89,999, $90,000 to $124,999, $125,000 to $199,999 and $200,000 or more along with their corresponding values.

Income Households contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs Households not contributing to RRSPs, RPPs or TFSAs
Under $30,000 57,605 141,105
$30,000 to $59,999 152,890 103,280
$60,000 to $99,999 198,200 51,050
$100,000 to $149,999 143,855 15,360
$150,000 and over 90,605 6,935

Figure 1.9 Characteristics of couples’ total income, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015

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The horizontal bar chart compares the total income of couples, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015.

The Y axis shows Vancouver, Langley (District municipality), Langley (City), Surrey (City), White Rock (City), Delta (District municipality), Richmond (City), Greater Vancouver A (Regional district electoral area), Vancouver (City), Burnaby (City), New Westminster (City), Coquitlam (City), Belcarra (Village), Anmore (Village), Port Coquitlam (City), Port Moody (City), North Vancouver (District municipality), North Vancouver (City), West Vancouver (District municipality), Bowen Island (Island municipality), Lions Bay (Village), Pitt Meadows (City), Maple Ridge (City), Tsawwassen (Indian reserve), Musqueam 2 (Indian reserve), Burrard Inlet 3 (Indian reserve), Mission 1 (Indian reserve), Capilano 5 (Indian reserve), Matsqui 4 (Indian reserve), Katzie 1 (Indian reserve).

The X axis shows the percentage.

Table 1.9 Characteristics of couples’ total income, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015
Table summary

The following table shows the characteristics of couples’ total income, Vancouver and its census subdivisions, 2015. The column headers are: a woman had higher income, partners had fairly equal income and a man had higher income. The rows are: Vancouver and its census subdivisions along with their corresponding values.

Geography 2015 female fairly equal 2015 male
Vancouver 18.5 32.1 49.4
Langley (District municipality) 14.0 30.3 55.7
Langley (City) 14.0 29.1 56.9
Surrey (City) 17.0 31.6 51.4
White Rock (City) 16.8 33.0 50.2
Delta (District municipality) 16.1 31.6 52.3
Richmond (City) 21.5 32.7 45.8
Greater Vancouver A (Regional district electoral area) 22.6 25.8 51.5
Vancouver (City) 21.2 33.7 45.1
Burnaby (City) 19.8 32.5 47.7
New Westminster (City) 18.7 33.4 47.9
Coquitlam (City) 17.9 30.9 51.2
Belcarra (Village) 15.0 32.5 50.0
Anmore (Village) 14.5 32.5 52.1
Port Coquitlam (City) 16.2 31.7 52.2
Port Moody (City) 17.0 31.0 52.0
North Vancouver (District municipality) 17.5 31.4 51.2
North Vancouver (City) 19.8 33.0 47.3
West Vancouver (District municipality) 18.4 30.6 50.9
Bowen Island (Island municipality) 18.9 28.2 52.9
Lions Bay (Village) 21.3 26.3 52.5
Pitt Meadows (City) 15.3 31.5 53.2
Maple Ridge (City) 14.3 29.6 56.1
Tsawwassen (Indian reserve) 23.8 26.2 50.0
Musqueam 2 (Indian reserve) 22.1 29.4 50.0
Burrard Inlet 3 (Indian reserve) 21.3 32.6 44.9
Mission 1 (Indian reserve) 30.0 30.0 40.0
Capilano 5 (Indian reserve) 31.9 23.3 44.8
Matsqui 4 (Indian reserve) 18.2 30.3 48.5
Katzie 1 (Indian reserve) 22.2 22.2 66.7
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