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
Marshall T Sask. 560 70 12.5
Marsoui VL Que. 275 50 18.2
Marston CT Que. 705 90 12.8
Martensville CY Sask. 9,645 415 4.3
Martin No. 122 RM Sask. 290 55 19.0
Martinville Que. 420 60 14.3
Marwayne VL Alta. 565 30 5.3
Maryfield VL Sask. 330 45 13.6
Maryfield No. 91 RM Sask. 325 40 12.3
Mary's Harbour T N.L. 320 15 4.7
Marystown T N.L. 5,220 890 17.0
Mascouche V Que. 45,835 3,105 6.8
Maskinongé Que. 2,280 395 17.3
Masset VL B.C. 775 145 18.7
Massey Drive T N.L. 1,630 100 6.1
Massueville VL Que. 525 125 23.8
Matagami V Que. 1,450 95 6.6
Matane V Que. 13,680 2,470 18.1
Matapédia Que. 625 140 22.4
Mattawa T Ont. 1,895 430 22.7
Mattice-Val Côté TP Ont. 650 105 16.2
Maugerville P N.B. 1,830 170 9.3
Mayerthorpe T Alta. 1,180 220 18.6
Mayfield No. 406 RM Sask. 375 60 16.0
Mayo Que. 600 65 10.8
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