91-204 ESTIMATES OF FAMILIES IN CANADA 1958 NOMBRE ESTIMATIF DE FAMILLES AU CANADA

91-204 ESTIMATES OF FAMILIES IN CANADA 1958 NOMBRE ESTIMATIF DE FAMILLES AU CANADA
CATALOGUE No.
91-204
ANNUAL - ANNUEL
CA NADA
ESTIMATES OF FAMILIES IN CANADA
1958
NOMBRE ESTIMATIF DE FAMILLES AU CANADA
1958
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OTTAWA. 1959
ESTIMATES OF FAMILIES IN CANADA, 1958
NOMBRE ESTIMATIF DE FAMILLES AU CANADA, 1958
The estimated number of families in Canada' on
June 1, 1958 was 3,953,000, an increase of 104,000 or
2.7 p.c. since June 1, 1957 and of 247,000 or 6.7 p.c.
since the 1956,Census. The average number of persons
per family in Canada on-June 1,1958 was.3.8, unchanged
since the 1956 Census. Average family size in 1958 was
greatest in Quebec -at 1.3 persons per family followed
closely by the Atlantic Provinces with an average of 4.2
persons per family. The Prairie Provinces showed an
average family size of 3.7 persons and Ontario and
British Columbia the smallest average size at 3.5 persons per family.
Children in Families. - The average- number of
children per family in Canada in June, 1958 was 1.8, the
same as in 1957 and at the 1956 Census. The combined
number of 'families with no children, accounting for 30'
p.c. of all lamilles, or only one child continued to show
a slight drop.from 52.8 p.c. of all families at the 1956.
Census to 52.1 p.c. in 1957 and 50.8 p.c. in 1958. The
1958 estimates show marked differences between regions
in the number of children per family. Families with no
children, for example, were only 24:9 p.c. of all families
in Quebec but constituted 34.9 p.c. of the total in British
Columbia and.33.5 p.c. in Ontarid. On the other. hand,..
14.6 p.c. of all families in the Atlantic Provinces and
14.2 p.c. in Quebec reported 5 or more children while
in Ontario and- British Columbia less than 5 p.c. of all
families had 5 or more children.
Le nombre estimatif de families au Canada' atteignait
3,953,000 le ler juin 1958, soit une augmentation de 104,000
(2.7 p. 100) depuis le 1" juin 1957 et de 247,000 (6.7 D.
,100) depuis .1e. recgnsement de 1956. Le. nombre moyen de
personnes par . famille le ter juin 1958 keit de 3:8, le mOme
qu'au recensement de 1956. La taille moyenne de la famille
en 1958 keit la plus grande • du Quebec '(4.3 personnes par
famille), qui keit silly' de pres par les provinces Atlantiques (4.2 personnes par famille). Les provinces des Prairies
ont enregistre une taille moyenne de 3.7 personnes par faMille et l'Ontario et is Colombie-Britannique, la plus petite
thine moyenne (3.5 personnes par famille).
Nombre d'enfants par famille. - Le nombre moyen d'enfants 'par famille au Canada en juin 1958 keit de 1.8, le
'name qu'en 1957 at qu'au recensement de 1956. Le nombre
global . des'familles sans enfants (30 p. 100 de toutes les
, families) et de celles qui n'en ont qu'un a continue a diminuer legerement, soit de 52.8 D. 100 de toutes les families,
' Tors du recensement de 1956, a 52.1 p. 100 en 1957 et 50.8
p. 100 en.1958. D'apres les estimations de 1958, le nombre
d'enfants par famille vane sensiblement d'une region a
l'autre. Les families sans enfants, par exemple, ne representaient que 24.9 p. 100 de toutes les families du Quebec,
mais 34.9 p. 100 en Colombie-Britannique et 33.5 p. 100 en
Ontario.. D'autre part, 14.6 p. 100 de toutes les families
des provinces Atlantiques et 14.2 p. 100 de celles du Quebec ont declare 5 enfants ou plus, tandis que l'Ontario et la
Colombie-Britannique ont declare que moths de 5 p. 100 des
families avaient 5 enfants ou plus.
Age du chef. - Selon les estimations de 1958, 28.4 p.
100 des chefs de families normales avaient moths de 35 ans,
25.8 p. 100 de 35 a 44 ans, 34.4 p. 100 de 45 a 64 ans at
11.4 p. 100, plus de 65 ans.
•• Age of Head. - According to the 1958 family estimates 28.4 p.c. of the heads of normal families were under
35 years of age, 25.8 p.c. between 35 and 44 years, 34.4
p.c. between 45 and 64 years and 11.4 p.c. over 65 years
of age.
Definition of Family. - As in the census, the family
for purposes of these estimates is defined as a group of
two or more persons living in the same dwelling and
related to one another either as husband and wife, with
or without unmarried children, or as parent and children.
Any other persons in the dwelling who might be related
to the family head were not, however, counted as members
of the family. Sometimes such persons would constitute
a second family in the dwelling. For example, •where a
married son and his family are living in the same dwelling as his parents there would be two families in the
same dwelling.
Definition of Children in Families. - Unmarried sons
and daughters 24 years of age and under living with their
parents were classified as children in the family. Unmarried sons and daughters'25 years of age and over living
with their parents were counted as family members but
not as children. Stepchildren and adopted children under
25 years of age were included in the number of children
in families. Guardianship children or wards, under 21
years of age, were similarly treated.
Coverage of Data on Family Estimates. - The May,
1958 Labour Force Survey which supplied the sample
data on families for this report covered over 35,000
households in about 120 areas across Canada. Excluded
were households in the Yukon and Northwest Territories,
households of Indians on reserves and households in
institutions and military camps. The family estimates
in this bulletin cover all families in each region except
an insignificant number in institutions and military
camps. Allowance is made for families on Indian reserves.
Reliability of Estimates. - The figures in this
report for 1956 are those taken from the 1956 Census.
The estimates for 1958 are obtained by weighting the
sample survey figures on the basis of the 1956 Census
population statistics adjusted for births, deaths and
migration between 1956 and 1958. The changes shown
between successive years are affected by sampling
errors as well as by enumeration and response differences. Accordingly, small changes in the figures
from year to year may not be significant as they reflect
sampling error and enumeration differences as well as
real changes that may have occurred. For these reasons
the provincial family estimates published in Table 1
of the 1957 Report have been discontinued, the data
now being shown for regions only.
Estimates of households in 1958 may be found in
the DBS report Household Facilities and Equipment,
May, 1958.
Mccluding Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Definition de la famille. - Comme au recensement, is
famille, aux f ins des presentes estimations, se definit
comme un groupe de deux personnes ou plus vivant dans le
mdme logement et apparentees soit a titre d'epoux et
d'epouse avec ou sans enfant non made, soit a titre de
parent et d'enfants. Toute autre personae du logement, apparentee ou non avec le chef de famille, n'a cependant pas
ete comptee parmi les membres de la famille. Parfois ces
personnes constituent une famille aecondaire dans le logement. Par exemple, la od un fils made et sa famine vivent
dans le mOme logement que ses parents, 11 y aurait deux
families' dans le memo logement.
Definition d'enfants de la famille. - Les fils et files
non merles de 24 ans et moths qui vivalent chez leurs
parents ont dte classes comme enfants de in famille. Les
fils et fines non males de 25 ans et plus qui viva:lent chez
leurs parents ont eta comptes comme membres de la famille,
math non comme enfants. Les beaux-enfants et les enfants
adoptifs de moths de 25 ans ont ete inclus au nombre des
enfants de la famille, de meme que les enfants en tutelle ou
pupilles de moths de 21 ans.
Champ d'application des estimations. - Le Releve de
la main-d'oeuvre de mai 1958, d'od ont ete tirees les donflees fragmentaires du present rapport sur les families, concernait plus de 35,Q00 menages repartis dans environ 120
regions du Canada. Etaient exclus les menages du Yukon et
des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, les menages d'Indiens des
reserves et les menages etablis dans des institutions ou
des camps militaires. Dans le present rapport, le nombre
.estimatif de families comprend, pour chaque region, le
nombre total de families, sauf un nombre infime de families
etablies dans des institutions ou des camps militaires. Il
est tenu compte des families des reserves indiennes.
Stirete des estimations. - Les chiffres de 1956, contenus dans le present rapport, sont ceux du recensement de
la merrie annee. Les estimations de 1958 sont obtenues par
la ponderation des chiffres de' l'enquete fragmentaire d'apres
ceux du recensement de in population de 1956, rectifies pour
tenir compte des naissances, tikes et migrations de 1956 a
1958. Les variations annuelles sont sujettes a des erreurs
d'echantillonnage, ainsi qu'a des differences dans le denombrement et les reponses. En consequence, les faibles
variations annuelles des estimations peuvent etre sans
grande importance, vu qu'elles comportent l'erreur d'echantillonnage et des differences de denombrement autant que de
veritables changements. VoilE1 pourquoi la statistique du
nombre estimatif de families par province, publiee au tableau
1 du rapport de 1957, a 60 discontinuee pour faire place a
la statistique par region seulement.
Le nombre estimatif de menages en 1958 paralt dans
le rapport du B.F.S., Household Facilities and Equipment,
May, 1958.
Sans le Yukon ni les Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
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TABLE
1. Estimated number of families by number of persons per family, for Canada' and regions; 1957 and 1958,
with comparative data from the 1956 Census
Total
families
Total des
familles
Region
Persons in
families
. Personnes
dans les
familles
No,
Number and percentage of families by number of
persons
Average
size of
family
3
Moyenne de
personnel
dans les
familles
P.c.
No.
No.
P.c.
1956
1957
1958
3, 705, 607
3, 849,000
3, 953, 000
14, 053, 181
14, 621,000
15, 149,000
3.8
3.8
3.8
1, 123, 878
1, 149,000
1, 155,000
30.3
29.8
29.2
815, 251
850,000
849,000
22. 0
22. 1
21.5
4 Atlantic Provinces
5
6
1956
1957
1958
374, 147
379,000
386,000
1, 563, 172
1,599,000
1, 625,000
4. 2
4.2
4. 2
98, 276
96,000
100,000
26.3
25.3
25.9
77, 320
79, 000
77.000
20.7
20.8
19.9
7 Quebec
8
9
1956
1957
1958
970, 414
1, 012,000
1, 040, 000
4, 107, 028
4, 273,000
4,487,000
4. 2
4. 2
4.3
248, 461
258,000
239,000
25.6
25.5
23.0
201,250
202, 000
214,000
20.7
20.0
20.6
10 Ontario ._
11
12
1956
1957
1958
1,342,572
1,405,000
1, 442,000
4, 702, 271
4,909,000
5,101,000
3. 5
3.5
3. 5
452, 721
462.000
473, 000
33.7
32.9
32.8
313.754
342,000
330,000
23.4
24.3
22.9
13 Prairie Provinces
14
15
1956
1957
1958
672, 471
675,000
693,000
2, 497,099
2,546,000
2, 576, 000
3. 7
3.8
3.7
199, 130
198,000
203,000
29. 6
29.3
29.3
148, 141
144,000
148,000
22. 0
21.3
21.4
16 British Columbia
17
18
1956
1957
1958
346,003
378,000
392,000
1, 183, 611
1, 294, 000
1,360,000
3. 4
3.4
3.5
125, 290
135,000
140,000
36.2
35.7
35.7
74, 786
83,000
80,000
21. 6
22.0
20.4
1
2
3
Canada .-
Not including Yukon and Northwest Territories.
TABLE 2. Estimated number of families by number and age of children 24 years of age and under at home, and children in
families by age group and activity, for Canada' and regions, 1957 and 1958,
with comparative data from the 1956 Census
Families by number of children
Families selon le nombre d'enfants
Total
families
Total-des
families
Region
0
1
2
3
4
7+
6
5
No.
3
1956
1957
1958
3, 705.607
3,849, 000
3, 953, 000
1, 160, 460
1, 188, 000
1,186,000
795, 574
818,000
822,000
2
790,000
824,000
4 Atlantic Provinces
5
6
1956
1957
1958
374, 147
379,000
386,000
102, 268
95,000
102,000
75, 720
80,000
75,000
70,000
70,000
7 Quebec
8
9
1956
1957
1958
970, 414
1, 012,000
1,040,000
269, 899
278, 000
259,000
195, 388
195,000
207,000
190,000
200,000
10 Ontario
12
1956
1957
1958
1, 342, 572
1, 405, 000
1, 442,000
459, 160
474,000
483,000
307, 693
326,000
318,000
305,000
314, 000
13 Prairie Provinces
14
15
1956
1957
1958
672, 471
675,000
693,000
204, 689
206,000
205,000
143, 262
137,000
144,000
142,000
152,000
16 British Columbia
17
18
1956
1957
1958
346,003
378,000
392,000
124, 444
135,000
137,000
73, 511
80,000
78,000
, 83,000
88,000
1
2
Canada
11
2
2
1
2
2
3
2
2
483,000
511,000
255.000
278,000
133,000
139,000
a
50,000
51,000
2
31,000
32,000
2
128, 000
135,000
2
83, 000
92,000
3
161, 000
176,000
3
77,000
81,000
2
96,000
98,000
2
45,000
52,000
2
3
48,000
51,000
19,000
21,000
Not including Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Figures not available.
3 Estimates of less than 4,000 are omitted in the tables owing to the range of sampling error involved.
2
19,000
23,000
2
51, 000
48,000
2
33,000
35,000
2
22,000
23,000
2
8,000
10,000
2
76,000
83,000
2
12,000
11,000
2
31, 000
37,000
2
16,000
21,000
3
15,000
10,000
2
106,000
110,000
2
22,000
22,000
2
56, 000
62,000
1
13,000
14,000
2
12, 000
9,000
2
2
3
3
4,000
3
-5TABLEAU 1. Nombre estimatif de families selon le nombre de personnes par famille, Canadal et regions, 1957
et 1958, et donnees comparatives du recensement de 1956
Nombre et pourcentage des families selon le nombre de personnes
4
No.
5
P.c.
6
P.c.
No.
No.
7+
P.c.
Region
No.
P.c.
Dr
1956
1957
1958
1
2
3
13. 7 Provinces de l'Atiantique
14.0
14.3
1956
1957
1958
4
5
6
139,015
139,000
153,000
14.3 Quebec
13.7
14.7
1956
1957
1958
7
8
9
5. 4
5.3
5.5
62,958
62,000
70,000
4. 7 Ontario
4.4
4.9
1956 10
1957 11
1958 12
45, 560
47,000
52,000
6.8
7.0
7.5
42. 828
47,000
41.000
6.4 Provinces des Prairies
7.0
5.9
1956 13
1957 14
1958 15
17,930
18,000
21, 000
5. 2
4.8
5.4
12, 562
13.000
16, 000
3. 6 Colombie-Pritannique
3.4
4. 1
1956 16
1957 17
1958 18
757, 870
792,000
830,000
20.5
20.6
21.0
454, 999
487,000
508,000
12.3
12:6
12.8
244, 925
257,000
276,000
6.6
6.7
7.0
308, 684
314,000
335,000
68, 856
70,000
70,000
18.4
18.5
18.1
47, 586
50,000
50,000
12.7
13.2
13.0
30,788
31,000
34,000
8. 2
8. 2
8.8
51, 321
53,000
55.000
181,091
195,000
205,000
18.7
19.3
19.7
122, 336
131,000
140,000
12.6
12.9
13.5
78, 261
87,000
89,000
8. 1
8.6
8.5
285, 629
301.000
316,000
21.3
21.4
21.9
155. 124
164,000
173,000
11.5
11.7
12.0
72. 386
74, 000
80,000
147, 509
143,000
153,000
21.9
21.2
22.1
89, 303
96,000
96.000
13.3
14.2
13.8
74, 785
83,000
86,000
21.6
21.9
21.9
40.650
46,000
49, 000
11.8
12.2
12.5
Canada
8.3
8.2
8.5
A l'exclusion du Yukon et des Territoires du Nord -Ouest:
selon le nombre et Page des enfants de 24 ans et moans a la maison et enfants
dans les families, par groupe d'ige et selon Pactivite, Canada et regions, 1957 et 1958,
et donnees comparatives du recensement de 1956
TABLEAU 2. Nombre estimatif de families
Families with children
by age of children
Children by age and activity
Families avec enfants
selon rage des enfants
Enfants selon Page et l'activite
All
Under
All
over
under
and over
14
14
14
Tous
De moths
Tous
enfants
et de
enfants
de plus
de moans plus de
de 14 ans 14 ans de 14 ans
1, 563, 306
1. 615, 000
1, 650, 000
540, 260
573,000
623.000
156, 966
165,000
165,000
71, 804
73,000
75,000
416, 001
427,000
452,000
Total
441, 581 6, 549.733
473,000 6, 843, 000
494,000 7,193,000
43, 109
46,000
44.000
Average
no. of
Under
children 6 years
Moyenne De moths
d'enfants de 6 ans
14-24 years - ans
6- 13
years
De
6- 13
ans
Region
Total
In
labour
At
force
school
Dans la
A
mainl'ecole
d'oeuvre
Other
Au tre
No
2
2
1.8 2, 325, 695 2, 562, 559 1, 661. 479
'
1.8 2, 414, 000 2, 690, 000 1, 739, 000 753,000 857,000 129,000
1.8 2, 524, 000 2, 856, 000 1, 813, 000 760.000 933.000 120,000
2
3
Provinces de l'Atiantique 1956
1957
1958
4
5
6
2. 2
2.2
2.2
278, 397
297,000
310,000
324, 773
348,000
351.000
201, 319
201,000
192,000
163,069
171,000
191.000
121, 445 2,094, 499
136,000 2, 192, 000
138,000 2,348,000
2. 2
2.2
2.3
706, 179
730,000
778,000
806,931
840,000
925,000
2
2
581, 389
622,000 322,000 238,000
645,000 331,000 262,000
Quebec
2
62,000
52,000
559, 170
584,000
589,000
164, 322
177.000
192,000
159,920 2, 009, 876
170,000 2, 084, 000
178.000 2,212,000
1.5
1.5
1.5
737, 222
767,000
794,000
784, 896
808.000
874,000
2
487, 758
'
509,000 216,000 273,000
544,000 209,000 311,000
20,000
24,000
289, 302
288,000
289,000
100,181
106,000
111,000
78, 299 1, 144. 951
75,000 1, 180, 000
88,000 1. 192,000
1. 7
1.7
1.7
420, 564
429,000
'431,000
448, 840
479,000
471,000
2
2
275, 547
272,000 92,000 163,000
290,000 105, 000 169,000
17,000
16,000
141,867
151, 000
155, 000
40,884
46,000
54, 000
38,808
46, 000
46, 000
1.4
1. 4
1. 5
183,333
191,000
211.000
197, 119
215,000
235, 000
115, 466
135,000
142,000
77, 000
'
46,000
44,000
1
84,000
91, 000
2
25,000
21. 000
2
2
2
5, 000
7, 000
1
1956
1957
1958
804, 489
846,000
853,000
495,918
541, 000
588, 000
'
99,000
71.000 100, 000
Canada
Ontario
1956
1957
1958
2
7
8
9
1956 10
1957 11
1958 12
Provinces des Prairies. 1956 13
1957 14
1958 15
Colombie-Britannique
1956 16
1957 17
1958 18
A l'exclusion du Yukon et des Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
' Les chiffres non disponsibles.
' Les estimations inferieures a 4,000 sont anises dans les tableaux en raison de is marge de l'erreur d'echantillonnage qu 'elles comportent.
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" TABLE 3. Estiinated niimber'of noimall families by age of head allowing size and family •ccimpositlon
•
for Canada' and regions, 1958
Families by number of persons
Average
size of
family
Familles selon le nombre de personnes
Total
normal
families
Persons in
families
Total,
familles
normales
Personnes ,
dans les
families
1 Canada
3, 601, 200
14, 134, 900
3.9
968, 400
758, 400
789, 200
490, 800
268, 100
328, 500
2
Under 35
1, 022, 000
3, 913, 400
3. 8
201, 500
263, 600
277, 600
160, 900
65, 100
53, 300
3
35-44
930, 100
4, 431, 300
4. 8
89, 200
135, 800
255, 500
189, 900,
115, 700
144, 000
4
45- 64
1, 237, 800
4, 777, 800
3. 9
382, 200
284, 500
233, 300
129, 100
83, 700
125, 000
5
65 +
411, 300
1, 012, 400
2. 5
295, 500
74, 500
22, 800
10, 700
340, 800
1, 479, 800
4. 3
80, 300
65, 600
63, 700
46, 900
Region and age of head
Moyenne de
personnes
dans les
families
2
5
4
3
7+
6
No.
6 Atlantic Provinces
'
31, 200
4, 200
53, 100
7
Under 35
92, 000
393, 600
4.3
12, 000
21, 300
24, 700
16, 000
8, 100
9, 900
8
35- 44
88, 000
467, 200
5. 3
7, 300
11, 400
17, 200
16, 600
12, 800
22, 700
9
45- 64
118, 400
509, 600
4. 3
33, 100
24, 400
18, 300
12, 700
9, 800
20, 100
10
11
65+
Quebec
12
Under 35
3
'
42, 400
109, 400
2. 6
27, 900
8, 500
947, 300
4, 198, 000
4. 4
194, 600
189, 200
193, 600
133, 400
285, 400
1, 133, 600
4. 0
50, 600
74, 800
72, 300
3
3
87, 800
148, 700
45, 900
20, 800
21, 000
64, 000
61, 800
13
35- 44
252, 100
1, 341, 100
5. 3
20, 000
31, 900
56, 400
44, 100
35, 700
14
45-64
323, 700
1, 485, 500
4. 6
73, 600
61, 900
58, 100
39, 000
29, 300
15
65 +
86, 100
237, 800
2. 8
50, 400
20, 600
6, 800
4, 400
1, 327, 700
4, 791, 900
3. 6
406, 000
301, 600
304, 800
168, 700
78, 100
68, 500
3. 6
88, 200
102, 500
103, 500
54, 900
21, 300
12, 600
16 Ontario
'
3
17
Under 35
383, 000
1, 395, 600
18
35- 44
345, 400
1, 510, 700
4. 4
39, 000
60, 400
107, 100
69, 900
36, 200
32, 800
19
45-64
453, 400
1, 545, 000
3. 4
167, 100
114, 300
87, 200
42, 100
20, 200
22, 500
20
65 +
145, 900
340, 600
2. 3
111, 700
24, 400
7, 000
21 Prairie Provinces
631, 400
2, 413, 000
3. 8
167, 500
132, 100
145, 900
22
Under 35
171, 400
653, 500
3. 8
32, 600
42, 300
49, 800
29, 600
10, 800
6, 300
23
35- 44
155, 700
723, 200
4. 6
12, 500
18, 600
47, 100
39, 400
20, 800
17, 300
24
45- 64
221, 990
835, 400
3. 8
61, 800
56, 900
45, 000
23, 300
19, 200
15, 700
82, 400
200, 900
2. 4
60, 600
14 , 300
4, 000
354, 000
1, 252, 200
3. 5
120, 000
69, 900
81, 200
Under 35
90, 200
337, 100
3. 7
18, 100
22, 700
27, 300
28
35- 44
88, 900
389, 100
4. 4
10, 400
13, 500
27, 700
29
45- 64
120, 400
402, 300
3. 3
46, 600
27, 000
24, 700
30
65+
54,500
123,700
2.3
44,900
6,700
25
26
65+
British Columbia
27
Families with husband and wife at home.
Not including Yukon and Northwest Territories.
' Estimates of less than 4,000 are omitted in the tables owing to the range of sampling error involved.
2
'
'
94, 400
3
47, 200
.
3
51, 000
3
20, 000
14, 500
4, 100
19, 900
10, 200
12, 000
3
3
40, 500
3
15, 700
'
7, 200
5, 200
4, 900
3
3
-7-
TABLEAU 3. Nombre estimatif de families normales' selon Page du chef et importance numerique et composition
de la famille, Canada' et regions, 1958
Children by age and activity
Enfants selon l'dge et ractivite
Total
Average
no. of
children
Moyenne
d'enfants
14-24 years - ans
Region et dge du chef
Under 14
Moins de 14
Total
In labour
force
Dans la
main-d'oeuvre
At school
A l'ecole
N°
6, 714, 200
1. 9
5, 121, 400
1, 592, 800
1,866,900
1.8
1,857,100
9,800
2, 568, 400
2. 8
2, 155, 000
413, 400
104, 800
287, 300
2, 186, 100
1. 8
1. 082, 700
1, 103, 400
502, 100
92, 800
0. 2
26, 600
66, 200
41, 000
774, 600
2. 3
608, 900
165, 700
59, 600
209,100
2.3
207,500
3
289, 800
3. 3
246, 500
43, 300
9, 600
30, 800
261, 800
2. 2
150, 900
110, 900
44, 400
54, 500
13. 900
0. 3
4, 000
9. 900
5. 100
2, 217, 700
2. 3
1, 647, 400
570, 300
286, 100
241, 000
3
'
650, 100
843, 200
3
7, 000
3
Other
Autre
99, 500
3
Canada
1
Moths de 35
2
21, 300
35- 44
3
528, 900
72, 400
45- 64
4
20, 000
5, 200
65 +
5
89, 500
16, 600
3
'
'
12, 000
3
Provinces de l'Atlantique
Moths de 35
7
35- 44
8
45- 64
9
65+
43, 200
6
Quebec
10
11
562, 100
2. 0
559, 900
3
Moths de 35
12
837,600
3.3
713, 800
123. 800
39, 800
75, 000
9,000
35-44
13
790, 900
2. 4
368, 000
422. 900
230, 000
161, 000
31, 900
45- 64
14
27, 100
0. 3
5, 700
21, 400
15, 600
4, 100
65 +
15
2, 071, 100
1.6
1, 590, 600
480, 500
178, 200
282, 500
3
3
3
'
19, 800
3
Ontario
16
629,300
1.6
625,500
818, 500
2. 4
671, 500
147, 000
36, 400
104, 300
6.300
35- 44
18
599, 800
1. 3
286, 600
313, 200
131, 200
169, 200
12, 800
45- 64
19
23. 500
0. 2
7, 000
16, 500
10, 100
5.700
65 +
20
1, 118, 900
1. 8
863, 000
255, 900
90, 500
151, 200
3
-
309, 800
1. 8
309, 200
411, 400
2. 6
347, 800
63, 600
12, 500
48, 800
378, 400
1. 7
198, 300
180, 100
71, 500
97, 400
19, 300
0. 2
7, 700
11, 600
6, 200
531, 900
1. 5
411, 500
120, 400
4,700
35, 700
156, 600
1. 7
155. 000
2. 4
175, 400
35, 700
6, 500
28, 400
155, 200
1. 3
78, 900
76, 300
25, 000
46, 800
9, 000
0. 2
6, 800
4, 000
3
'
11, 200
3
79. 000
211, 100
'
14.200
'
3
'
3
5, 700
3
3
3
4, 500
3
Moths de 35
Provinces des Prairies
17
21
Moths de 35
22
35- 44
23
45- 64
24
65 +
25
Colomble-Britanntque
26
Moths de 35
27
35-44
28
45- 64
29
65+
30
Families avec dpoux et bouse I la maison.
' A l'excluslon du Yukon et des Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
3 Lea estimations infdrieures a 4,000 sont omises dans les tableaux en raison de la marge de l'erreur d'echantillonnage qu'elles component.
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