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2006 Census housing series : Série sur le logement selon les données du Recensement de 2006. Numéro 18. Conditions de logement des ménages monoparentaux

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The 45 to 64 and 65 years and older age groups were the source of the increase in the growth of lone-parent-headed households in 2006, while the number of lone-parent-led households led by persons younger than 45 declined (see table 1). [...] The majority (70%) of those renting their Ontario 32.0% Manitoba 29.3% accommodation lived in other types of dwellings.9 Saskatchewan 29.1% Alberta 23.7% About 27.2% of lone-parent-led households British Columbia 31.4% Yukon 31.3% were in core housing need in 2006 Northwest Territories 38.9% 51.7% In 2006, 303,330 lone-parent-led households (or 27.2%) Nunavut were in core housing need, compared to [...] In 2006, the incidence of core of lone-parent households not in core housing need (at. [...] Source: CMHC (Census-based housing indicators and data) Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 5 Research Highlight 2006 Census Housing Series: Issue 18—Housing Conditions of Lone-Parent-Led Households The incidence of core housing need among 51.3% unemployed lone-parent-led households was 51% in 2006 41.9% 36.0% In 2006, of the 303,330 lone-parent-led households in core housing need, about 39% w [...] Among renters, 27.6% of males, and 2006 were in core housing need, compared to 14.1% of 45.7% of females were in core housing need in 2006.

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