Data tables, 2016 Census
Family Characteristics of Adults (11), Age (16) and Sex (3) for the Population 15 Years and Over in Private Households of Canada, Provinces and Territories, Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions, 2016 and 2011 Censuses - 100% Data
|Family characteristics of adults (11)||Age (16)|
|Total - Age||15 to 19 years||20 to 24 years||25 to 29 years||30 to 34 years||35 to 39 years||40 to 44 years||45 to 49 years||50 to 54 years||55 to 59 years||60 to 64 years||65 to 69 years||70 to 74 years||75 to 79 years||80 to 84 years||85 years and over|
|Total - Family characteristics of adults (restricted to persons aged 15 and over)||23,930||3,125||3,010||3,135||2,775||2,370||1,995||2,040||1,825||1,385||955||640||340||200||95||45|
|Adults living in census familiesFootnote 1||19,820||2,840||2,605||2,605||2,335||2,015||1,650||1,630||1,425||1,030||705||490||255||135||70||20|
|Married spouses and common-law partnersFootnote 2||12,455||265||1,045||1,670||1,830||1,645||1,320||1,315||1,200||870||600||395||180||80||30||10|
|Without children in their census family||2,930||140||360||360||330||200||175||210||295||310||255||165||80||30||20||0|
|With children in their census family||9,525||130||685||1,310||1,500||1,440||1,145||1,105||905||560||345||220||110||50||10||5|
|Lone parents (in lone-parent census families)||2,555||135||280||325||265||255||265||275||200||155||105||100||75||55||40||15|
|Children in census families (as in sons, daughters or grandchildren)||4,810||2,440||1,280||605||240||115||65||40||20||5||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Adults not living in census familiesFootnote 3||4,115||280||410||535||440||355||340||410||405||355||250||150||80||60||25||20|
|Living with other relativesFootnote 4||1,400||230||230||175||105||90||80||115||115||80||50||40||40||35||10||15|
|Living with non-relatives only||855||50||130||165||130||85||65||55||55||55||40||15||5||0||0||0|
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not available for a specific reference period
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- Symbol x
suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act
- Symbol F
too unreliable to be published
- Footnote 1
In order for any person to have children in their census family, the person's child or children must be living in the same household and must not be living in a couple or with their own children. For more information, refer to the Census Dictionary: Census family.
- Footnote 2
Every married or common-law couple living together in a private household is in a census family together.
- Footnote 3
For more information, refer to the Census Dictionary: Household living arrangements of person not in a census family.
- Footnote 4
Includes foster children aged 15 years and over.
Source: Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population, Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 98-400-X2016029.
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