Income Highlight Tables, 2016 Census

Population in private households for income status, number of persons in low income, prevalence of low income based on the low-income concept - Low-income measure, after-tax (LIM-AT), by age groups (total - age groups), Canada and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2016 Census – 100% Data

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Geographic nameFootnote 2 Type Prov. Population in private households for income statusFootnote 3 Number of persons in low income Prevalence of low income (%)
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Canada 33,968,295 4,809,940 14.2
Toronto C Ont. 2,691,665 543,390 20.2
Montréal V Que. 1,663,235 377,955 22.7
Vancouver CY B.C. 618,210 116,050 18.8
Ottawa CV Ont. 916,860 115,180 12.6
Calgary CY Alta. 1,222,325 113,505 9.3
Winnipeg CY Man. 690,005 109,540 15.9
Mississauga CY Ont. 715,475 105,250 14.7
Edmonton CY Alta. 913,580 99,735 10.9
Hamilton C Ont. 527,930 80,915 15.3
Surrey CY B.C. 511,540 75,645 14.8
London CY Ont. 378,040 71,030 18.8
Brampton CY Ont. 590,945 66,960 11.3
Québec V Que. 516,265 63,530 12.3
Halifax RGM N.S. 397,370 58,825 14.8
Windsor CY Ont. 214,020 49,800 23.3
Markham CY Ont. 327,400 49,485 15.1
Burnaby CY B.C. 230,080 47,315 20.6
Laval V Que. 410,850 46,470 11.3
Richmond CY B.C. 196,665 44,000 22.4
Gatineau V Que. 271,850 35,245 13.0
Longueuil V Que. 234,955 34,705 14.8
Kitchener CY Ont. 230,000 31,450 13.7
Saskatoon CY Sask. 241,415 30,950 12.8
Richmond Hill T Ont. 193,805 30,765 15.9
Sherbrooke V Que. 156,260 27,830 17.8
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