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|Geographic name||Population in
|With children||Without children|
|St. John's, CMA (N.L.)||178,710||70,660||24,080||17,295||15,785||13,500|
|Kingston, CMA (Ont.) !||147,480||62,040||17,985||17,595||17,100||9,365|
|Kelowna, CMA (B.C.) !||159,800||67,000||16,875||22,520||17,130||10,465|
|Greater Sudbury / Grand Sudbury, CMA (Ont.) !||155,580||65,080||19,620||18,130||17,540||9,785|
|Saguenay, CMA (Que.) !||148,380||64,330||18,670||18,735||18,495||8,430|
|Trois-Rivières, CMA (Que.) !||137,705||63,875||15,375||17,210||22,190||9,100|
|Regina, CMA (Sask.)||191,885||80,320||22,590||19,975||23,605||14,150|
|Oshawa, CMA (Ont.)||327,040||119,015||46,895||28,750||23,875||19,495|
|Saskatoon, CMA (Sask.)||230,300||95,275||26,970||24,035||27,480||16,785|
|Sherbrooke, CMA (Que.) !||182,685||82,760||20,355||22,065||28,130||12,210|
|Ottawa - Gatineau (Quebec part), CMA !||280,895||115,975||36,540||28,870||31,300||19,270|
|Windsor, CMA (Ont.)||320,070||125,840||42,340||29,655||33,835||20,010|
|Kitchener, CMA (Ont.)||444,160||169,175||61,200||42,245||39,175||26,560|
|St. Catharines - Niagara, CMA (Ont.) !||382,825||156,465||47,200||43,630||41,840||23,795|
|Halifax, CMA (N.S.) !||367,975||155,125||44,400||41,020||43,025||26,670|
|Victoria, CMA (B.C.) !||321,680||145,430||33,665||41,165||48,325||22,280|
|London, CMA (Ont.) !||450,745||184,945||56,610||47,560||51,975||28,800|
|Hamilton, CMA (Ont.)||681,330||266,455||90,390||66,680||68,055||41,330|
|Winnipeg, CMA (Man.) !||682,065||281,760||82,460||66,700||85,020||47,580|
|Ottawa - Gatineau (Ontario part), CMA||831,700||333,320||107,415||81,885||90,010||54,015|
|Calgary, CMA (Alta.) !||1,067,665||415,605||137,820||102,420||103,540||71,820|
|Québec, CMA (Que.) !||698,265||316,650||82,125||85,755||104,200||44,570|
|Edmonton, CMA (Alta.) !||1,021,000||405,275||126,925||101,105||107,130||70,110|
|Ottawa - Gatineau, CMA (Ont.) !||1,112,595||449,295||143,950||110,760||121,305||73,285|
|Vancouver, CMA (B.C.) !||2,092,635||817,225||260,775||182,750||232,130||141,575|
1. Private household refers to a person or a group of persons (other than foreign residents) who occupy the same dwelling and do not have a usual place of residence elsewhere in Canada. It may consist of a family group (census family) with or without other non-family persons, of two or more families sharing a dwelling, of a group of unrelated persons, or of one person living alone. Household members who are temporarily absent on Census Day (e.g., temporary residents elsewhere) are considered as part of their usual household. For census purposes, every person is a member of one and only one household. Unless otherwise specified, all data in household reports are for private households only.
2. Includes multiple-family households, lone-parent family households and non-family households other than one-person households.
3. Refers to one-family households containing a couple (with or without persons not in census families).