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2006 Census housing series : Housing conditions of households in Canada's mid-sized urban centres (census agglomerations)




High growth for CAs Controlling for boundary and classification changes, the number in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia may be related to of households in CAs increased by 7.2% from 1.6 million in proximity to the three largest CMAs, Toronto, Montréal 2001 to 1.7 million in 2006.3 This increase was similar to and Vancouver.5 the Canada-level percentage increase in households of 7.5% (see Table [...] About 13% of total growth in the number of British Columbia, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have households in Canada between 2001 and 2006 occurred in more low growth or declining CAs compared to other CAs, compared to 76% of total growth in CMAs. [...] The four CAs with the largest declines and 2006 while others decline in the number of households (Prince Rupert, Kitimat, Quesnel, and Terrace) are all located in northern BC, a The 25 CAs with the highest growth had an average 15% region which depends on the forest industry.6 increase in the number of their households compared to just over 1% for the 25 CAs with the lowest growth, eight of which [...] In 2006, the average incidence of core housing need for CA A household is in core housing need if its housing does not households was 10.6%, lower than the Canadian average of meet one or more of the adequacy, suitability or affordability 12.7% and the CMA average of 13.6%. [...] See Text The universe of households tested for core housing need Box, Acceptable Housing and Core Housing Need, for a definition includes only private non-farm, non-band, non-reserve households with incomes greater than zero and shelter of core housing need and the universe of households for which cost-to-income ratios (STIRs) less than 100%.


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