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Family characteristics of young adults in private households for the population aged 20 to 34, both sexes, 2016 counts, Canada and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, 2016 Census – 100% Data

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This table shows Family characteristics of young adults in private households for the population aged 20 to 34, both sexes, 2016 counts, Canada and census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, 2016 Census – 100% Data. The column headings are: Geographic name; type; prov/terr; Family characteristics of young adults - Total; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Living in a couple; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Lone parents; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults living with at least one parent - Not living in a couple and not a lone parent; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Living in a couple; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Lone parents; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living with other relatives; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living with non-relatives only; Family characteristics of young adults - Young adults not living with a parent; Not living in a couple nor living with own children - Living alone

Geographic name Type Prov. / Terr. Family characteristics of young adults
Total Young adults living with at least one parent Young adults not living with a parent
Living in a couple Lone parents Not living in a couple and not a lone parent Living in a couple Lone parents Not living in a couple nor living with own children
Living with other relatives Footnote 1 Living with non-relatives only Living alone
Canada 6,798,190 106,510 63,210 2,186,550 2,652,745 196,120 218,330 689,915 684,810
Abbotsford - Mission CMA B.C. 34,805 1,630 410 11,580 13,955 1,005 1,325 2,770 2,130
Alma CA Que. 5,245 25 15 1,345 2,715 195 60 215 680
Arnprior CA Ont. 2,475 20 35 840 1,140 105 40 115 180
Baie-Comeau CA Que. 4,240 25 5 1,135 2,140 165 65 150 545
Barrie CMA Ont. 38,020 800 515 14,180 14,335 1,215 1,055 3,715 2,205
Bathurst CA N.B. 3,970 60 35 1,245 1,820 190 65 165 390
Bay Roberts CA N.L. 1,560 25 25 625 655 95 30 35 65
Belleville CMA Ont. 17,915 275 205 5,220 7,930 935 390 1,485 1,475
Brandon CA Man. 13,025 110 120 2,125 6,035 645 515 1,910 1,560
Brantford CMA Ont. 23,890 410 370 8,665 9,885 1,080 545 1,230 1,705
Brockville CA Ont. 5,605 85 60 2,000 2,180 260 135 385 505
Brooks CA Alta. 4,420 40 40 880 2,190 195 155 630 290
Calgary CMA Alta. 315,905 5,645 1,985 82,245 134,635 5,875 12,895 43,875 28,745
Campbell River CA B.C. 5,750 85 60 1,310 2,640 305 165 660 525
Campbellton CA N.B. / Que. 2,195 15 35 730 825 205 50 70 255
Campbellton (New Brunswick part) CA N.B. 1,795 15 30 625 695 140 40 60 195
Campbellton (Quebec part) CA Que. 400 0 5 105 135 70 10 15 60
Camrose CA Alta. 3,655 35 30 620 1,820 135 130 505 375
Canmore CA Alta. 2,770 20 10 520 1,225 40 55 685 220
Cape Breton CA N.S. 15,125 145 425 6,320 4,275 1,245 435 1,040 1,240
Carleton Place CA Ont. 4,870 90 60 1,730 2,325 145 85 195 245
Centre Wellington CA Ont. 4,425 70 40 1,690 2,070 90 75 155 240
Charlottetown CA P.E.I. 13,150 110 130 3,495 5,195 510 315 2,015 1,375
Chatham-Kent CA Ont. 16,090 115 175 5,365 6,950 1,015 325 645 1,500
Chilliwack CA B.C. 16,700 400 230 4,640 7,740 675 475 1,390 1,140
Cobourg CA Ont. 2,595 40 45 950 1,070 130 45 120 185
Cold Lake CA Alta. 4,380 35 20 420 2,590 145 115 570 485
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