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Poverty - LIM-AT
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Perth (incl. Stratford) 2015 Population 5350 16700 45510 12965 75175
Stratford 2015 Population 1685 5740 19010 5870 30625
North Perth 2015 Population 1135 3155 7610 2170 12940
Perth East 2015 Population 1185 3445 7110 1500 12055
Perth South 2015 Population 230 800 2390 600 3790
St. Marys 2015 Population 430 1435 4140 1465 7035
West Perth 2015 Population 685 2130 5245 1355 8730
Huron County 2015 Population 3990 12075 33225 12530 57825
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh 2015 Population 405 1110 3060 1225 5400
Goderich 2015 Population 400 1290 4190 1920 7400
Bluewater 2015 Population 390 1215 4125 1585 6920
Howick 2015 Population 400 1165 2115 560 3835
Huron East 2015 Population 660 2020 5375 1605 9000
Central Huron 2015 Population 465 1470 4155 1720 7340
South Huron 2015 Population 610 1805 5475 2415 9695
North Huron 2015 Population 350 1085 2845 980 4905
Morris-Turnberry 2015 Population 310 915 1895 520 3330
Ontario 2015 Population 835000 2656535 8418960 2108560 13184055
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Notes 

Low-Income Measure - After Tax, LIM-AT, refers to a fixed percentage (50%) of the median adjusted after-tax income of private households. (Source: Statistics  Canada).

Data is provided for prevalance of low income, population counts for the population as a whole by age range, and the count of individuals with low incomes by age range.

Data Source 

Statistics Canada, Census, 2016.

Measurement and Limitations

This measure does not take costs into account, merely income compared to others.

Statistics Canada is currently evaluating different measures of poverty.

For more information: Census page

Patterns and Trends 

The values are quite low. There is variation between rates depending on age.

 

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