Data tables, 2016 Census
Dwelling Type (5), Age (20) and Sex (3) for the Population in Occupied Dwellings of Canada, Provinces and Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2016 Census - 100% Data
|Dwelling type (5)||Age (20)|
|Total - Age||0 to 14 years||15 to 19 years||15 to 17 years||18 to 19 years||20 to 24 years||25 to 29 years||30 to 34 years||35 to 39 years||40 to 44 years||45 to 49 years||50 to 54 years||55 to 59 years||60 to 64 years||65 years and over||65 to 69 years||70 to 74 years||75 to 79 years||80 to 84 years||85 years and over|
|Total - Dwelling type||35,145,545||5,837,810||2,025,860||1,189,535||836,325||2,242,625||2,285,840||2,328,870||2,287,590||2,254,285||2,359,255||2,677,500||2,619,945||2,290,380||5,935,580||1,972,440||1,420,865||1,021,850||749,645||770,785|
|Private dwellingsFootnote 1||34,460,065||5,817,085||2,010,060||1,181,250||828,810||2,221,685||2,266,020||2,310,485||2,270,580||2,237,195||2,339,370||2,652,605||2,592,730||2,262,355||5,479,895||1,942,615||1,384,615||968,560||660,175||523,930|
|Other private dwellings||13,711,995||2,106,650||674,940||377,985||296,955||1,021,195||1,236,020||1,166,100||996,585||871,130||854,670||920,430||885,465||786,710||2,192,100||707,330||533,280||403,870||296,240||251,375|
|Collective dwellingsFootnote 2||685,480||20,725||15,800||8,285||7,515||20,940||19,820||18,385||17,010||17,090||19,885||24,895||27,215||28,025||455,685||29,825||36,250||53,290||89,470||246,855|
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- Symbol x
suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act
- Symbol F
too unreliable to be published
- Footnote 1
'Private dwelling' refers to a separate set of living quarters with a private entrance either from outside the building or from a common hall, lobby, vestibule or stairway inside the building. The entrance to the dwelling must be one that can be used without passing through the living quarters of some other person or group of persons.
For more information, refer to the Census Dictionary: Dwelling, private, occupied by usual residents and Structural type of dwelling.
- Footnote 2
'Collective dwelling' refers to a dwelling of a commercial, institutional or communal nature. It may be identified by a sign on the premises or by an enumerator speaking with the person in charge, a resident, a neighbour, etc. Included are lodging or rooming houses, hotels, motels, tourist establishments, nursing homes, hospitals, staff residences, military bases, work camps, jails, group homes, and so on.
Source: Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population, Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 98-400-X2016021.
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