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
Wawota T Sask. 510 80 15.7
Webb No. 138 RM Sask. 360 35 9.7
Weedon Que. 2,580 555 21.5
Weldford P N.B. 1,340 305 22.8
Welland CY Ont. 51,500 9,000 17.5
Wellesley TP Ont. 11,260 1,265 11.2
Wellington COM P.E.I. 370 80 21.6
Wellington P N.B. 3,045 445 14.6
Wellington No. 97 RM Sask. 375 55 14.7
Wellington North TP Ont. 11,605 1,685 14.5
Wembley T Alta. 1,515 130 8.6
Wentworth CT Que. 530 55 10.4
Wentworth-Nord Que. 1,370 280 20.4
West Elgin MU Ont. 4,915 800 16.3
West Grey MU Ont. 12,240 1,750 14.3
West Hants MD N.S. 15,345 2,575 16.8
West Interlake MU Man. 2,135 550 25.8
West Isles P N.B. 750 120 16.0
West Kelowna DM B.C. 32,065 3,200 10.0
West Lincoln TP Ont. 14,470 1,025 7.1
West Nipissing M Ont. 14,035 2,750 19.6
West Perth MU Ont. 8,730 780 8.9
West St. Paul RM Man. 5,145 210 4.1
West Vancouver DM B.C. 41,680 7,625 18.3
Westbury CT Que. 1,005 100 10.0
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