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Family characteristics of young adults in private households for the population aged 25 to 29, both sexes, 2016 counts, Canada and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, 2016 Census – 100% Data

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This table shows Family characteristics of young adults in private households for the population aged 25 to 29, both sexes, 2016 counts, Canada and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, 2016 Census – 100% Data. The column headings are: Geographic name; type; prov/terr; Family characteristics of young adults - Total; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Living in a couple; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Lone parents; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Not living in a couple and not a lone parent; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Living in a couple; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Lone parents; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living with other relatives; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living with non-relatives only; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living alone

Geographic name Type Prov. / Terr. Family characteristics of young adults
Total Young adults living with at least one parent Young adults not living with a parent
Living in a couple Lone parents Not living in a couple and not a lone parent Living in a couple Lone parents Not living in a couple nor living with own children
Living with other relatives Footnote 1 Living with non-relatives only Living alone
Canada 2,266,020 36,950 22,215 593,920 931,400 63,400 79,375 268,590 270,165
Abbotsford - Mission CMA B.C. 11,405 480 140 3,190 4,905 350 480 995 860
Alma CA Que. 1,635 5 5 235 970 50 20 85 265
Arnprior CA Ont. 840 10 15 195 440 40 20 45 80
Baie-Comeau CA Que. 1,360 5 5 205 795 45 15 50 240
Barrie CMA Ont. 12,410 295 180 3,630 5,055 415 395 1,510 940
Bathurst CA N.B. 1,265 15 15 260 665 60 20 65 165
Bay Roberts CA N.L. 485 15 10 175 200 35 10 15 30
Belleville CMA Ont. 5,910 110 65 1,265 2,905 330 115 520 595
Brandon CA Man. 4,480 45 40 480 2,190 240 165 705 610
Brantford CMA Ont. 7,720 140 125 2,240 3,525 355 190 455 680
Brockville CA Ont. 1,795 40 20 470 790 85 40 155 195
Brooks CA Alta. 1,370 15 10 160 730 60 55 220 105
Calgary CMA Alta. 108,975 1,945 700 22,215 46,260 1,850 5,140 19,055 11,810
Campbell River CA B.C. 1,905 30 30 310 935 95 50 245 205
Campbellton CA N.B. / Que. 720 10 15 190 300 75 15 25 100
Campbellton (New Brunswick part) CA N.B. 590 10 15 165 255 50 10 20 80
Campbellton (Quebec part) CA Que. 130 0 0 30 50 25 0 5 25
Camrose CA Alta. 1,225 10 10 140 665 50 45 155 145
Canmore CA Alta. 940 5 0 115 400 10 25 305 75
Cape Breton CA N.S. 4,880 60 150 1,740 1,470 450 135 375 505
Carleton Place CA Ont. 1,550 30 25 415 795 55 25 90 105
Centre Wellington CA Ont. 1,380 30 10 385 750 35 25 55 100
Charlottetown CA P.E.I. 4,305 45 45 810 1,820 195 110 720 570
Chatham-Kent CA Ont. 5,075 50 60 1,340 2,365 345 100 235 585
Chilliwack CA B.C. 5,210 120 90 1,035 2,660 230 145 505 425
Cobourg CA Ont. 800 15 15 215 355 35 15 50 85
Cold Lake CA Alta. 1,710 10 5 95 1,060 55 50 230 210
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