Canadian households live in acceptable housing and, of those that Suitable housing has enough bedrooms for the size and make-up don’t, the proportions in core housing need. [...] Table 1. The adequacy, suitability, and affordability of Canadian households, 1991-2006 A. Housing B. Census C. Households meeting the D. Households not meeting the housing standard standard year housing standard in column A in column A Able to access acceptable In core housing need—unable housing to access acceptable housing Total Owner Renter Total Owner Renter Total Owner Renter Acceptability 1 [...] In 2006, 26.7% of households were living in A. % of all B. % of households in housing that was below only one of the three standards, while households in this this condition 3.8% were in housing that did not meet more than one standard condition (Column A) and in (see Table 2). [...] Adequacy 4.7% 0.6% In cases where affordability was the reason, or one of the reasons, that Below multiple housing 3.8% 2.4% housing was not acceptable, half or more of the affected households standards were unable to access acceptable housing and were therefore in core Affordability and 1.4% 1.0% suitability housing need. [...] By and large, the relative In most locations, the percentage of households living in proportions living in housing that met the individual and collective acceptable housing was either higher in 2006 than in 2001 or effectively unchanged.
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