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
Québec V Que. 516,265 63,530 12.3
Queen Charlotte VL B.C. 830 125 15.1
Queens RGM N.S. 10,125 2,485 24.5
Queensbury P N.B. 1,175 190 16.2
Quesnel CY B.C. 9,685 1,885 19.5
Quill Lake VL Sask. 385 60 15.6
Quinte West CY Ont. 42,865 5,540 12.9
Quispamsis TV N.B. 17,960 1,180 6.6
Racine Que. 1,300 115 8.8
Radisson T Sask. 510 100 19.6
Radium Hot Springs VL B.C. 750 70 9.3
Radville T Sask. 780 80 10.3
Ragueneau PE Que. 1,340 165 12.3
Rainbow Lake T Alta. 795 30 3.8
Rainy River T Ont. 790 125 15.8
Rainy River, Unorganized NO Ont. 1,330 115 8.6
Ramara TP Ont. 9,455 1,045 11.1
Ramea T N.L. 450 110 24.4
Rapide-Danseur Que. 325 40 12.3
Rawdon Que. 10,645 2,040 19.2
Raymond T Alta. 3,585 435 12.1
Raymore T Sask. 545 85 15.6
Reciprocity No. 32 RM Sask. 340 45 13.2
Red Deer CY Alta. 98,480 9,895 10.0
Red Deer County MD Alta. 18,380 1,580 8.6
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