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Multi-Variable Regional Comparison Feature

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The Multi-Variable Regional Comparison Feature is designed for retrieving topics for different geographies to aid in making comparisons. Select any number of variables from a single table, and then specify your table options such as geography type, age group, or gender (if applicable). Results will be shown for all geographies of the selected type and can be easily exported to excel for further work.

Table Information

  • Selected account: Income, Consumption and Leisure
  • Selected table: Census 2006: Low Income


  • Total - All persons in a private households
  • Persons with low income after tax
  • Prevalence of low income after tax in 2005


Table Definitions [show]
Prevalence of low income after tax in 2005 %
Prevalence of low income rates (before or after-tax) are calculated from rounded counts of low income persons or families and the total number persons or families. These counts have been rounded independently of the rounded counts shown in the table; thus, there may be a small difference between the rate shown and one derived from the counts shown. Users are advised to interpret prevalence of low income rates based upon small counts with caution.
Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from the Census of Population 2006, Statistics Canada.

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