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One Person Households
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One-person Households
One Person Households (%)
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh 2016 2105 460 21.9%
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh 2011 2070 410 19.8%
Bluewater 2016 3030 865 28.5%
Bluewater 2011 2820 715 25.4%
Central Huron 2016 3130 885 28.3%
Central Huron 2011 3210 835 26%
Goderich 2016 3480 1200 34.5%
Howick 2016 1295 260 20.1%
Howick 2011 1250 220 17.6%
Huron 2016 24195 6815 28.2%
Huron 2011 23640 6220 26.3%
Huron East 2016 3630 990 27.3%
Huron East 2011 3540 920 26%
Morris-Turnberry 2016 1195 255 21.3%
Morris-Turnberry 2011 1155 210 18.2%
North Huron 2016 2085 645 30.9%
North Huron 2011 2045 640 31.3%
North Perth 2016 5100 1325 26%
North Perth 2011 4795 1125 23.5%
Perth 2016 30710 8530 27.8%
Perth 2011 29400 7850 26.7%
Perth East 2016 3995 690 17.3%
Perth East 2011 3895 655 16.8%
Perth South 2016 1385 225 16.2%
Perth South 2011 1395 210 15.1%
South Huron 2016 4245 1265 29.8%
South Huron 2011 4170 1150 27.6%
South Huron 2011 4170 1150 27.6%
St. Marys 2016 3025 850 28.1%
St. Marys 2011 2730 760 27.8%
Stratford 2016 13845 4630 33.4%
Stratford 2011 13330 4385 32.9%
West Perth 2016 3365 805 23.9%
West Perth 2011 3260 715 21.9%

 

Notes

This indicator shows the different types of households in our communities and how common they are.

Data Source

Statistics Canada Census.

Measurement and Limitations

Every five years Statistics Canada carries out a census of the people of Canada. On May 10, 2016 a census was performed. All Canadian citizens and landed immigrants with a usual place of residence in Canada were counted. As well, non-permanent residents were counted. This includes: refugee claimants and their family living in Canada, as well as, permit holders (work or study permits) and members of their family living with them.

For more information: Census page

Patterns and Trends

The proportion of households occupied by single-parent families in Huron and Perth in typical for Ontario.

The proportion of households occupied by a single person is on the rise and is now the most common configuration - more than couples with children and couples without children at home.

 
 
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