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Ontario: Distribution of Family Income by Lone-Parent Families, 2010-2015

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Geography:Ontario
Account:Income, Consumption and Leisure
Information:Distribution of Family Income by Lone-Parent Families, 2010-2015
Selected Number of Children: Total
Data Source:Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit, based on Canada Customs and Revenue Agency summary information as provided by Income Statistics Division, Statistics Canada.
Copyright:Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Figures may not add to total due to independent rounding.

All income amounts are gross.

Using Census definitions of family types (which include couple families, lone-parent families and non-family persons). Beginning in 2000, Statistics Canada began using the term Couple Families for Husband-Wife Families. Couple Families include same sex common-law families.

Census Families
This definition of the family classifies people in the following manner: 1) husbands and wives (married or common law) living in the same dwelling, with or without children (children of any age who report "single" as their marital status, or imputed children); 2) lone parents (male or female) with one or more children. Thus, the residual population is called "non-family persons" and is made up of persons living alone and of persons living in a household but who are not immediate relatives of other household members.
Lone Parent Family
Refers to a family with only one parent, male or female, and with at least one child. See also "Census families".

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  2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Family Income
Total550,290 552,480 556,630 557,860 556,030 561,320
<$5,00023,110 23,510 24,330 23,160 18,450 19,040
5,000+527,180 528,970 532,300 534,700 537,580 542,270
10,000+510,000 510,870 514,920 517,610 521,170 527,240
15,000+482,350 480,970 486,850 490,570 498,460 508,130
20,000+438,080 435,940 442,930 448,310 460,540 475,260
25,000+390,110 387,860 396,060 402,010 417,850 435,210
30,000+343,410 342,600 351,400 357,220 373,220 391,810
35,000+300,510 301,480 310,190 316,090 331,310 349,680
40,000+262,470 265,180 273,720 279,940 293,970 311,230
45,000+228,270 231,460 240,450 246,860 260,070 276,420
50,000+197,810 201,680 210,560 216,970 228,950 244,000
60,000+150,320 155,090 162,380 168,600 178,480 190,480
75,000+100,850 105,970 111,940 117,700 125,420 134,170
100,000+48,530 52,690 57,010 61,170 66,430 72,770
 
Median Income ($)$38,300 $38,400 $39,300 $40,200 $42,300 $44,400

Notes:

Figures may not add to total due to independent rounding.

All income amounts are gross.

Using Census definitions of family types (which include couple families, lone-parent families and non-family persons). Beginning in 2000, Statistics Canada began using the term Couple Families for Husband-Wife Families. Couple Families include same sex common-law families.

Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit, based on Canada Customs and Revenue Agency summary information as provided by Income Statistics Division, Statistics Canada.

Copyright: Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Data last updated on January 17, 2017

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