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Ontario: Census 2011-2016: Living Arrangements of Adults

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Geography:Ontario
Account:Demographics
Information:Census 2011-2016: Living Arrangements of Adults
Selected Age Group: Total
Data Source:Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from the Census of Population 2016, Statistics Canada.
Copyright:Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

'Census family' is defined as a married couple and the children, if any, of either and/or both spouses; a couple living common law and the children, if any, of either and/or both partners; or a lone parent of any marital status with at least one child living in the same dwelling and that child or those children. All members of a particular census family live in the same dwelling. A couple may be of opposite or same sex. Children may be children by birth, marriage, common-law union or adoption regardless of their age or marital status as long as they live in the dwelling and do not have their own married spouse, common-law partner or child living in the dwelling. Grandchildren living with their grandparent(s) but with no parents present also constitute a census family.

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  • Change Age Group
    Total
    15 to 19
    20 to 24
    25 to 29
    30 to 34
    35 to 39
    40 to 44
    45 to 49
    50 to 54
    55 to 59
    60 to 64
    65 to 69
    70 to 74
    75 to 79
    80 to 84
    85 plus

  2011
2016
     
  Female Male Total Female Male Total

Total - Family characteristics of adults (persons aged 15 and over)5,414,505 5,063,545 10,478,045 5,695,590 5,342,850 11,038,440
Adults living in census families4,359,145 4,180,835 8,539,980 4,553,055 4,359,355 8,912,410
Married spouses and common-law partners3,005,510 3,009,610 6,015,120 3,135,865 3,139,275 6,275,135
Without children in their census family1,323,140 1,330,365 2,653,505 1,424,855 1,432,295 2,857,145
With children in their census family1,682,370 1,679,250 3,361,615 1,711,010 1,706,980 3,417,990
Lone parents (in lone-parent census families)486,470 118,175 604,645 518,480 126,495 644,975
Children in census families (as in sons, daughters or grandchildren)867,160 1,053,050 1,920,215 898,705 1,093,590 1,992,300
Adults not living in census families1,055,360 882,705 1,938,065 1,142,535 983,495 2,126,030
Living with other relatives175,455 106,305 281,760 190,895 116,320 307,215
Living with non-relatives only191,445 233,875 425,325 208,685 268,825 477,515
Living alone688,455 542,525 1,230,980 742,960 598,345 1,341,300

Notes:

'Census family' is defined as a married couple and the children, if any, of either and/or both spouses; a couple living common law and the children, if any, of either and/or both partners; or a lone parent of any marital status with at least one child living in the same dwelling and that child or those children. All members of a particular census family live in the same dwelling. A couple may be of opposite or same sex. Children may be children by birth, marriage, common-law union or adoption regardless of their age or marital status as long as they live in the dwelling and do not have their own married spouse, common-law partner or child living in the dwelling. Grandchildren living with their grandparent(s) but with no parents present also constitute a census family.

Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from the Census of Population 2016, Statistics Canada.

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Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Data last updated on November 16, 2017

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