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Catalogue 91-204 Annual
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Estimates of
families for
Canada and
the provinces
Estimations des
families pour le
Canada et les
provinces
1977 and 1978
1977 et 1978
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Estimates of
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Table of Contents
Table des matieres
Page
Introduction
Postcensal Estimates: Methodology and Sources of Data
7
Introduction
1. Estimated Total Number of Families
2. Family Characteristics
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7
12
Estimations postcensitaires, methodologie et sources
de donnees
1. Estimation du nombre total de families
2. Caracteristiques des families
Reliability of Estimates
Definitions
15
15
Quante des resultats
Definitions
Highlights
16
Traits saillants
Text Table
I. Events and Hypotheses Used to Reconstruct Changes in the Numbers of Census
Families
I. Evenements et hypotheses servant a mesurer le
mouvement des families de recensement
II. Percentage Distribution of Lone-parent
Families by Age of Head, Canada, June 1,
1978
III. Percentage Distribution of Husband-wife
Families by Age of Husband and of Wife,
Canada, June 1,1978
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16
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8
16
Figure
I. Percentage Distribution of Census Families
by Number of Children, Canada, June 1,
1978
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7
12
15
Tableau explicatif
II. Percentages of Net Family Formation Due
to Marriage, Canada
9
III. Percentage Distribution of Deaths of Married Persons Which Lead to Family Dissolu11
tion, Canada
IV. Family Headship Rate Among Widowed and
12
Divorced Persons, Canada
V. Differences Between the Census Figures
and the Estimates According to the Component Method, June 1,1976
12
VI. Information Included in Household-family
14
Records
VII. Mean Annual Family Growth Rate, Canada
and Provinces, 1971-1978
Page
7
II. Pourcentages de formation nette de famille, par
mariage, Canada
III. Proportion en pourcentage des deces de maries
qui contribuent a la dissolution d'une famille,
Canada
IV. Taux de chefs de famille pour les veufs et les
divorces, Canada
V. Ecarts observes entre les donnees du recensement et les estimations produites a partir de la
methode des composantes, ler juin 1976
VI. Information contenue dans les fiches ménagefamille
VII. Taux annuel moyen de croissance des families,
Canada et provinces, 1971-1978
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Figure
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I. Repartition en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre d'enfants, Canada, ler
juin 1978
II. Repartition en pourcentage des families monoparentales selon rage du chef, Canada, ler juin
1978
III. Repartition en pourcentage des families epouxepouse selon rage de l'epoux et celui de l'epouse,
Canada, ler juin 1978
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TABLE OF CONTENTS — Continued
TABLE DES MATItRES — suite
Page
Page
Table
Appendix I. Data from the 1976 Census
Tableau
1. Families by Number of Children at Home,
by Family Status, Canada and Provinces,
June 1,1976
1. Families selon le nombre d'enfants a la maison par
categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1976
Appendice I. Donnees du recensement de 1976
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Appendix II. Final Postcensal Estimates,
June 1, 1977
Appendice II. Estimations postcensitaires definitives,
ler juin 1977
1. Census Families by Number of Persons Per
Family and Family Status, Canada and the
Provinces, June 1,1977
2. Percentage Distribution of Census Families
by Number of Persons Per Family and
Family Status, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1,1977
3. Census Families by Number of Children at
Home and Family Status, Canada and the
Provinces, June 1,1977
4. Percentage Distribution of Census Families
by Number of Children at Home and Family
Status, Canada and the Provinces, June 1,
1977
5. Census Families by Age of Children at Home
and Family Status, Canada and the Provinces, June 1,1977
6. Husband-wife Families by Age of Husband
and Family Size, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1,1977
7. Husband-wife Families by Age of Wife and
Family Size, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1,1977
8. Husband-wife Families by Age of Husband
by Age of Wife, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1,1977
9. Lone-parent Families by Size, Showing Sex
and Age Group of Head, Canada, June 1,
1977
1. Families de recensement selon le nombre de personnes par famille, par categorie de famille, Canada et
provinces, ler juin 1977
2. Distribution en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre de personnes par famine, par
categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1977
3. Families de recensement selon le nombre d'enfants
la maison, par categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin 1977
4. Distribution en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre d'enfants a la maison, par
categoric de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1977
5. Families de recensement selon Page des enfants a
la maison, par categoric de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin 1977
6. Families epoux-epouse selon rage de l'epoux et la
taille de la famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1977
7. Families epoux-epouse selon rage de l'epouse et la
taille de la famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1977
8. Families epoux-epouse selon rage de l'epoux, par
Vase de l'epouse, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1977
9. Families monoparentales selon la taille par sexe et
groupe d'ages du chef, Canada, ler juin 1977
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29
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Appendix III. Preliminary Postcensal Estimates, June 1, 1978
Appendice III. Estimations postcensitaires provisoires, ler juin 1978
1. Census Families by Number of Persons Per
Family and Family Status, Canada and the
Provinces, June 1,1978
2. Percentage Distribution of Census Families
by Number of Persons Per Family and Family Status, Canada and the Provinces, June 1,
1978
3. Census Families by Number of Children at
Home and Family Status, Canada and the
Provinces, June 1,1978
4. Percentage Distribution of Census Families
by Number of Children at Home and Family
Status, Canada and the Provinces, June 1,
1978
5. Census Families by Age of Children at Home
and Family Status,Canada and the Provinces,
June 1,1978
1. Families de recensement selon le nombre de personnes par famille, par categorie de famille, Canada et
provinces, ler juin 1978
2. Distribution en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre de personnes par famille, par
categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler
juin 1978
3. Families de recensement selon le nombre d'enfants
a la maison, par categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin 1978
4. Distribution en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre d'enfants a la maison, par
categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1978
5 Families de recensement selon rage des enfants a
la maison, par categorie de famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin 1978
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TABLE OF CONTENTS — Concluded
TABLE DES MATIERES
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fin
Page
Table
Page
Tableau
Appendix III. Preliminary Postcensal Estimates, June 1, 1978 — Concluded
Appendice III. Estimations postcensitaires provisoires, ler juin 1978 — fin
6. Husband-wife Families by Age of Husband
and Family Size, Canada and the Provinces,
June, 1978
7. Husband-wife Families by Age of Wife and
Family Size, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1, 1978
8. Husband-wife Families by Age of Husband
by Age of Wife, Canada and the Provinces,
June 1, 1978
9. Lone-parent Families by Size, Showing Sex
and Age Group of Head, Canada, June 1,
1978
6. Families epoux-epouse selon Page de Pepoux et la
taille de la famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1978
7. Families epoux-epouse selon Page de Pepouse et la
taille de la famille, Canada et provinces, ler juin
1978
8. Families epoux-epouse selon Page de repoux, par
Page de repouse, Canada et provinces, ler j uin
1978
9. Families monoparentales selon la taille par sexe et
groupe d'ages du chef, Canada, ler juin 1978
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Appendix IV. Intercensal Estimates, June 1,
1971 to June 1, 1976
Appendice IV. Estimations intercensitaires, ter
juin 1971 au ler juin 1976
1. Intercensal Estimates of Census Families
for Canada and the Provinces, June 1, 1971
to June 1, 1976
1. Estimations intercensitaires des families de recensement pour le Canada et les provinces, ler
juin 1971 au ler juin 1976
Publications on Population Estimates and
Projections (Inside Back Cover)
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Publications portant sur les estimations et les projections demographiques (verso interieur de la
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I
Introduction
Introduction
Except in census years, Statistics Canada regularly
publishes postcensal estimates of census families.
This publication contains final estimates for 1977 and
preliminary estimates for 1978.
Sauf pour les annees de recensement, Statistique Canada
publie regulierement des estimations postcensitaires des
families de recensement. Cette publication presente celles de
1977 definitives et celles de 1978 provisoires.
Estimates are considered to be final when all the
data on the components which enter into the
calculations are complete. When these data are partly
or wholly estimated, or provisional — as happens
when estimates must be produced at short notice —
they are called preliminary.
On pane d'estimations definitives quand toutes les donnees portant sur les composantes qui entrent dans les calculs
sont fmales. Quand ces donnees sont, en tout ou en partie,
estimees, evaluees ou provisoires, ce qui est le cas lorsqu'on
veut reduire les delais de production des estimations, ces
dernieres sont dites provisoires.
The first section of this publication deals with the
sources of data and the methods used to produce the
estimates, and gives highlights of the recent situation
of census families in Canada and the provinces; the
second section consists of statistical tables.
La premiere section de cette publication, traite des
sources de donnees et des methodes utilisees pour produire
les estimations et presente les traits saillants de la situation
recente des families de recensement au Canada et dans les
provinces; la deuxieme section reunit ''ensemble des tableaux
statistiques.
Postcensal Estimates: Methodology and Sources of Data
Estimations postcensitaires, methodologie et sources de donnees
Estimates of census families are made in two
stages. First the estimated number of families is
calculated for Canada and for each province. Then
these families are broken down by various characteristics of the family or its head.
L'estimation des families de recensement se fait en deux
&apes. On calcule d'abord le nombre estimatif des families
pour le Canada et pour chaque province. On distribue ensuite
ces families selon un certain nombre de caracteristiques de la
famille ou du chef.
1. Estimated Total Number of Families
1. Estimation du nombre total de families
For its population estimates (total; sex and age;
sex, age and marital status), Statistics Canada uses
what is known as the component method, which
measures change over a given period and adds that
change to the figure at the beginning of the period. A
significant proportion of the data used in the abovementioned estimates is also used to estimate , the
number of families. In addition, the component
method has the advantage of identifying and measuring the importance of the basic demographic phenomena which are used to reconstruct the change.
This method has given satisfactory estimates of
the total number of families when tested against
previous periods. Thus, to maintain consistency in
procedures and high quality results, the number of
census families is estimated using the component
method. The following formula is applied:
Statistique Canada utilise pour ses estimations de la
population (totale; sexe et age; sexe, age et kat matrimonial)
la methode dite des composantes, qui mesure le mouvement
au tours d'une periode dorm& et l'ajoute a un effectif de
depart. Une part importante des donnees utilisees dans les
estimations mentionnees ci-haut sert egalement a estimer le
nombre des families. En outre, la methode des composantes a
le merite d'identifier et de mesurer 'Importance des phenomenes demographiques de base qui servent a reconstituer le
mouvement. Enfin, cette methode a donne des resultats
satisfaisants pour ''estimation du nombre total des families
lorsqu'on l'a test& sur des periodes antefeures.
Ac
Donc, pour
des raisons d'homogeneite dans les proce 's d'estimation et
A cause de la qualite des resultats produi ts, on estime le
nombre des families de recensement a ''aide de la methode
des composantes. D'oil:
Change in the number
Families as of _ Families as of of families between
June 1, 1977 — June 1, 1976 + these dates estimated
according to the component method.
Estimation du mouvement
Families au _ Families au
—
ler juin 1977 ler juin 1976 + des families entre les deux
dates par la methode des
composantes.
— 8 -Components of Family Change
Les composantes du mouvement des families
The demographic events which lead to family
formation or alteration may be divided into two
groups: events on which information is available
(births, marriages, divorces, deaths, immigration, emigration and interprovincial migration) and events on
which little or no information is available (de facto
separations, common-law marriages and so forth).
Les evenements demographiques qui engendrent des formations ou des dissolutions de familles peuvent etre divises
en deux groupes: les evenements sur lesquels on possede des
informations (les naissances, les manages, les divorces, les
deces, Perniration et la migration interprovinciale) et les evenements sur lesquels on ne possede que tres
peu ou pas d'informations (les separations de fait, les unions
de fait, etc.).
Text Table I shows the events on the basis of
which family change can be reconstructed. Since
these are ordinarily recorded according to the charac:
teristics of the individual involved rather than those
of the family he or she joins or leaves, we have had to
develop procedures to enable us to measure the contribution of each of these events to family formation.
Le tableau explicatif I presente les evenements qui ont un
impact sur l'effectif des familles. Parce qu'ils sont ordinairement enregistres suivant les caracteristiques des individus,
sans reference a la famille de depart ou d'arrivee, on a du
elaborer pour chacun une theorie permettant de mesurer
l'ampleur de sa contribution a la formation des families.
TEXT TABLE I. Events and Hypotheses Used to Reconstruct Changes in the Numbers of Census Families
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF I. Evenements et hypotheses servant a mesurer le mouvement des families de recensement
Event
Evenement
Marriages and consensual
unions. I — Mariages et
unions consensuellesl.
Deaths of married persons
and of persons living common-law.' — Deces de
manes et de personnes vivant en union consensuelle I.
Change — Effet
Increase in families
No effect
Decrease in families
Addition d'une famille
Sans effet
Soustraction d'une famille
If neither spouse is a family
head. — Si aucun des epoux
n'est chef de famille.
If one spouse is a family '
head. — Si un des epoux
est chef de famille.
If there is death of one
spouse in a husband-wife
family with children or
death of a non-family martied person. — S'il y a deces
d'un des epoux dans une
famille epoux-epouse avec
enfants ou daces d'une personne mariee hors famine.
If both spouses are family
heads. — Si les deux epoux
sont chefs de famille.
If there is death of one spouse
in a childless husbandwife family or of both
spouses in a husband-wife
family with children or of a
married lone-parent family head. — S'il y a deces
d'un des epoux dans une
famille epoux-epouse sans
enfants ou des deux epoux
dans une famille epouxepouse avec enfants ou encore d'un chef de famine
monoparentale mane.
If there is death of a nonfamily person. — S'il y a
deces d'une personne hors
famille.
If at least another child still
lives at home. — Si au
moins un autre enfant
reste a la maison.
If there is death of a lone-par-
ent family head. — S'il y
a deces d'un chef de famille monoparentale.
If there is death or leaving
home of a lone child. —
S'il y a deces ou depart
d'un enfant unique.
If one parent has custody. —
Si la tutelle des enfants est
octroyee a un seul parent.
If the couple is childless. —
Si le couple n'a pas d'enfants.
Deaths of widowed or divorced persons. — Deces
de veufs et divorces.
Death' or leaving home'
of a lone-parent family child. — Deces ou
depart du foyer' d'un enfant d'une famille monoparentale.
Divorces, separations' and
annulments. ] — Divorces,
separations' et annulationst.
Births.' — Naissances 1 .
International migration. —
Migration Internationale.
migraInterprovincial
tion. — Migration interprovinciale.
If there are many children
and the custody is shared. —
S'il y a plusieurs enfants
dont la garde est partagee
entre les parents.
If a child is born to a nonfamily person or child at
home. — Si le parent est
une personne hors famille
ou un enfant au foyer.
If a family immigrates. —
Si une famille immigre.
If a family comes from another province. — Si une
famine entre en provenance
d'une autre province.
Refers to events for which no statistical information is available.
I Evenements pour lesquels on ne dispose pas d'une information statistique adequate.
If a child is born to a head of
lone-parent family or to
husband and wife. — Si
('enfant est ne dans une
famine monoparentale ou
dans une famille epouxepouse.
If a family emigrates. — Si
une famille emigre.
If a family goes to another
province. — Si une famille
sort a destination d'une
autre province.
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Data on marriages, deaths and divorces come from
the registry office. Data on marriages and deaths have
been broken down by generation in the course of
producing population estimates by marital status (see
Statistics Canada, Population Estimates by Marital
Status, Age and Sex, Canada and Provinces, June 1,
1978, Catalogue 91-203) and are used in this form.
Use is also made of the immigration and emigration
series produced for estimates by marital status and
they are described in the above-mentioned publication.
Les donnees sur les manages, les deces et les divorces
proviennent de l'etat civil. Celles portant sur les manages et
les (leas ont ete transformees en donnees par generation
dans le cadre des estimations de la , population par kat
matrimonial (voir Statistique Canada,. Estimations de la'
population suivant retat matrimonial, l'dge et le sexe, Canada
et provinces, 1er juin 1978, no 91-203 au catalogue) et c'est
sous cette forme qu'on les utilise. On se sert de meme des
series "Immigration" et "Emigration" produites pour les
estimations par etat matrimonial et decrites dans- la publication mentionnee ci-haut.
Marriages. Only the marriages of people who are not
family heads, and that is the majority, result in new
families. We therefore constructed probability tables
of family formation by marriage using, on the one
hand, the lone-parent family head rate by sex, marital
status and age group calculated from the 1976 Census and, on the other hand, marriages for the 1976 77 Census year showing the same characteristics.
For this, the assumption was made that lone-parent
family heads were as likely as non-heads to getmarried, which means that the ratio of married to
marriageable people is the same for both groups.
These tables provided the proportion of marriages in
which one spouse is a head, both are heads and
neither is a head. In-the first case, the marriage does
not affect the number of families; in the second, an
existing family is dissolved, while in the third, a
family is created.
Mariages. Seuls les manages oh les deux epoux ne sont pas
chefs de famille, et c'est la majority, forment une nouvelle
famille. On a donc construit .des tables de probability de
formation de famille lors du manage en utilisant d'une part
les taux de chefs de famille monoparentale selon le sexe,
l'etat matrimonial et le groupe. d'ages calcules d'apres le
recensement de 1976 et d'autre part, les manages de l'annee
censitaire 1976 - 77 ventiles selon les memes caracteristiques.
On a, pour ce faire, suppose que la probability de se marier
(definie comme le rapport, pour un sexe, un kat matrimonial
et un groupe d'ages donnes, des manes tires de l'etat civil aux
mariables tires du recensement) etait la meme pour les chefs
de famille monoparentale que pour les non-chefs. Les tables
calculees fournissent les proportions de manages ou un des
deux conjoints est chef, oil les deux conjoints sont chefs et
ou aucun n'est chef. Dans le premier cas, le manage ne modifie pas l'effectif des families; dans le second ii y a dissolution
d'une famille existante; dans le troisieme, it y a creation
d'une famille.
TEXT TABLE II. Percentages of Net Family Formation Due to Marriage, Canada
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF II. Pourcentages de formation nette de famine, par manage, Canada
Single
Widowed
and
divorced
Celibataires
Veufs
et
divorces
Men — Hommes:
15 -24 years — ans
25 -34
35 -44 "
45 -54 "
55 + "
All ages — Tous ages
93.9
93.6
93.4
93.5
93.6
93.8
60.5
55.3
39.9
35.8
53.6
48.3
Women — Femmes:
15 -24 years—ans
25 -34 "
35 -44 "
45 -54 "
55+ "
All ages — Tous ages
97.3
92.4
91.9
95.7
97.6
96.5
43.2
22.9
12.2
31.1
73.1
31.7
Age group
Groupe d'ages
64
66
64
Source: Derived from the 1976 Census data and the Vital Statistics as explained in the text.
Source: Provient du traitement de donnees tirees de l'etat civil et du recensement de 1976 tel qu'explique dans le texte.
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Finally, the percentages of net family formation by
marriage, calculated for each province and broken
down according to sex, age group and marital status,
are applied to the marriages for the year under consideration. Statistics for Canada as a whole are
contained in Text Table II.
Finalement, les pourcentages de formation nette de families
par mariage, calcules pour chaque province et ventiles selon
le sexe, le groupe d'ages et l'etat matrimonial, sont appliques
aux mariages de l'annee consideree. On trouve au tableau
explicatif II la serie de probabilites propre au Canada.
Divorces. Obviously, if the divorcing couple is child-
Divorces. Il est evident que si le couple qui divorce n'a pas
d'enfants, le divorce detruit une famille. De plus, on fait
l'hypothese que la tutelle des enfants qui dependent des
parents est octroyee dans tous les cas a un seul parent. Seuls
donc les divorces de couples sans enfants dependants ont un
impact sur le mouvement des families. Le nombre de divorces
sans enfants est alors directement transforms en un nombre
de dissolutions de families. Les tutelles doubles et la presence
d'enfants non dependants des parents dans les families etant
dans la realite relativement rares, cette hypothese semble
pleinement vraisemblable. Parmi les jugements de divorce
prononces entre le ler juin 1976 et le 31 mai 1977, 45 %
concernaient des couples sans enfants dependants, 22 % des
couples ayant un enfant dependant et 33 % des couples avec
plus d'un enfant dependant.
less, the divorce dissolves a family. We have followed
the assumption that the custody of dependent children is in all cases awarded to only one parent. Thus
only the divorces of couples with no dependent
children affect family change. The number of divorces involving no children is thus directly transformed
into the number of family dissolutions. Since in
reality, custody is shared very rarely, this assumption is entirely reasonable. Of divorces granted between June 1, 1976 and May 31, 1977, 45% were
to childless couples, 22% to couples with one dependent child and 33% to couples with more than
one dependent child.
Deaths. As indicated in Text Table I, only the deaths
of married, widowed and divorced people are taken
into account in terms of impact on the number of
families. No information is available on deaths of
the only child in lone-parent families, but their
number is probably negligible in view of the low
mortality rate until the older ages of adulthood.
Deces. Comme on a pu le constater par le tableau explicatif I,
on ne prend en compte que l'impact, sur le stock des
families, des deces de maries, de veufs et de divorces. On ne
possede aucune information sur les deces d'enfants uniques
dans les families monoparentales, mais leur nombre est
vraisemblablement negligeable compte tenu du faible niveau
de la mortality jusqu'a la fin de rage adulte.
Using the 1976 Census results, we were able to chart
the probability of family dissolution by the deaths of
married, widowed or divorced people, by age and sex.
According to the census, 95.5% of married people
belonged to a husband-wife family, 1.6% were loneparent family heads and 2.9% did not belong to a
census family. The probabilities for married people
were estimated by comparing the total number of
married people to those whose death would break up
a family: childless spouses and heads of lone-parent
families (Text Table III). For widowed and divorced
people, the probabilities were assumed to be equal to
their headship rates (Text Table IV). When applied to
the deaths by age, sex and marital status for the
1976 - 77 Census year, these tables give dissolution
rates of 61%, 13% and 17% for married, widowed and
divorced people respectively.
A l'aide des resultats du recensement de 1976, on a pu
estimer des tables de probabilites de dissolution de famille
par Ideas de maries, de veufs et de divorces suivant l'age et le
sexe. Selon le recensement, 95.5 % des maries appartenaient
a une famille epoux-spouse, 1.6 % etaient chefs d'une famille
monoparentale et 2.9 % ne faisaient pas partie d'une famille
de recensement. On a construit les probabilites des maids en
rapportant a l'ensemble des maries ceux dont le deces peut
briser une famille: couples sans enfants et chefs de famille
monoparentale (tableau explicatif III). Par contre, pour les
veufs et les divorces, on a utilise comme probabilites les taux
de chefs de famille (tableau explicatif IV). Appliquees a la
structure des (Wes de l'annee censitaire 1976 - 77, ces tables
donnent respectivement 61 13 % et 17 % de dissolutions
pour les maries, les veufs et les divorces.
Immigration and Emigration. There are very few
statistics available on the international migration of
families. Consequently we have made the simple but
credible assumption that for each married woman
who immigrates or emigrates there is one immigrant
or emigrant family. We can thus use the migration
data produced for estimates by marital status. Almost
50% of immigrant females are married when they arrive in Canada. This means that there is roughly one
family for every four immigrants.
Immigration et emigration. On dispose de tres peu de
donnees sur la migration internationale des families. On a par
consequent retenu l'hypothese simple mais vraisemblable
qu'a chaque femme mariee immigrante ou emigrante correspond une et une seule famille. On utilise donc directement
les donnees de migration produites pour les estimations par
&at matrimonial. Pres de 50 % des immigrantes sont mariees
au moment de leur entrée au Canada. C'est dire qu'on
compte en gros une famille pour quatre immigrants.
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Interprovincial Migration. The number of migrant
families is calculated from the central index of family
allowance recipients. A Statistics Canada publication,
International and Interprovincial Migration in Canada, Catalogue 91-208, contains a table entitled
"Interprovincial Migration of Families: Annual Number by Province of Origin and Destination", which
gives the net number of accounts transferred from
one province to another. However, an account, as
defined for family allowance purposes, does not
correspond exactly to a census family, for only
families with children under 18 years of age can
receive family allowances. We have therefore increased the number of migrant accounts to correspond to
the number of migrant families, by multiplying it by
the ratio between the number of families as shown by
the 1976 Census and the full list of accounts for June
1976. This ratio was 1.65 for Canada as a whole.
Migration interprovinciale. Le nombre de families migrantes
est calcule a partir du fichier central des beneficiaires
d'allocations familiales. Statistique Canada publie, dans Les
migrations internationales et interprovinciales au Canada, no
91-208 au catalogue (annuel), un tableau intitule "Migration
interprovinciale des families: effectifs annuels selon la province d'origine et celle de destination". Ce tableau presente le
bilan des comptes qui ont ete transferes d'une province a une
autre. Cependant, la definition d'un compte aux fins des
allocations familiales ne correspond pas parfaitement a celle
d'une famille de recensement. En effet, seules les families
ayant des enfants ages de 0 a 17 ans peuvent beneficier des
allocations familiales. On a donc gonfle le nombre de
comptes migrants pour en arriver au nombre de families
migrantes en utilisant, pour chaque province, le rapport entre
le nombre de families au recensement de 1976 et l'inventaire
complet des comptes du mois de juin 1976. Ce rapport etait
de 1.65 pour l'ensemble du Canada.
Unrecorded Events. It has been assumed that those
events not taken into account either had no significant effect on the number of families or cancelled
one another out. Although this assumption is fairly
realistic, it may cause certain distortions. For example, it is possible that by disregarding the new
common-law unions not resulting in marriage before
the end of the period in question, we will be underestimating the, number of families and overestimating
the number by disregarding the new de facto separations. However, the net bias is believed to be negligible. Further, after each census the estimates for the
intercensal period are revised in accordance with the
results of the preceding and following censuses, and
this corrects any bias, whether in methodology or in
design.
Evenements non retenus. On a suppose que les evenements
non pris en compte ou bien etaient sans influence notable sur
le stock des families, ou bien s'annulaient mutuellement par
effets contraires. Bien que passablement realiste, cette
hypothese peut entrainer quelques biais. Par exemple, it est
possible que le fait de negliger les nouvelles unions de fait
non sanctionnees par un mariage avant la fin de la periode
consideree, de meme que les nouvelles separations de fait,
engendre une legere sous-estimation ou surestimation du
nombre des families. Cependant, apres chaque recensement
on revise les estimations de la periode intercensitaire afin de
les ajuster aux resultats des deux recensements encadrants.
Cela a pour effet d'attenuer tout biais, qu'il soit methodologigue ou conceptuel.
When tested against the 1971 - 1976 period, the
method led to satisfactory results, as can be seen in
Text Table V. The application of the method for
Canada as a whole also showed a satisfactory result
when compared with the enumerated number of
families in 1971, the deviation being + 0.7%.
Testee sur la periode 1971 - 1976, la methode a conduit a des
resultats satisfaisants comme on peut le constater en consultant le tableau explicatif V. Appliquee de facon assez
sommaire a la periode 1966 - 1971, elle a donne pour 1971
une estimation encore plus proche de l'effectif de families
denombre, l'ecart &ant de + 0.7 % pour le Canada.
TEXT TABLE III. Percentage Distribution of Deaths of Married Persons Which Lead to Family Dissolution, Canada
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF III. Proportion en pourcentage des aces de manes qui contribuent a la dissolution d'une
famine, Canada
Age group
Men
Women
Groupe d'ages
Hommes
Femmes
15 -24 years — ans
25 -34
35 -44 "
45 -54 "
55 -64 "
65 + "
57.3
26.0
9.2
19.4
49.9
78.1
53.5
20.8
11.0
27.8
62.7
83.8
Source: Derived from the 1976 Census as explained in the text.
Source: Provient du traitement de donnees tithes du recensement de 1976 tel qu'explique dans le texte.
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TEXT TABLE IV. Family Headship Rate Among Widowed and Divorced Persons, Canada
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF IV. Taux de chefs de famille pour les veufs et les divorces, Canada
Age group
Widowed
Divorced
Groupe d'ages
Veufs
Divorces
Men - Hommes:
15 -24 years - ans
25 - 34 "
35 -44 "
45 -54 "
55 -64 "
65 + "
8.9
38.5
61.4
53.1
29.6
10.9
5.9
10.0
21.6
19.2
10.1
3.8
Women - Femmes:
15 -24 years - ans
25 -34 "
35 -44 "
45 -54 "
55 -64 "
65 + "
37.7
75.6
83.4
62.0
29.2
11.4
47.8
64.0
73.0
49.1
18.4
6.0
46
4g.
Source: Derived from the 1976 Census as explained in the text.
Source: Provient du traitement de donnees tirees du recensement de 1976 tel qu'explique dans le texte.
TEXT TABLE V. Differences Between the Census Figures and the Estimates According to the Component Method, June
1, 1976
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF V. carts observes entre les donnees du recensement et les estimations produites a partir de la
methode des composantes, ler juin 1976
Province
CANADA 1
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - lle-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Estimates
as of
June 1, 1976
1976 Census
Estimation au
ler juin 1976
(1)
Recensement
de 1976
(2)
5,649,889
123,968
27,753
198,694
162,882
1,492,772
2,101,724
251,711
226,299
450,379
613,707
5,714,724 .
124,650
27,560
200,480
162,030
1,540,400
2,104,540
251,970
225,685
448,765
628,445
Deviation - Ecart
(1) - (2)
(3) ± (2) X 100
(3)
(4)
- 64,635
682
193
- 1,786
852
- 47,628
- 2,816
259
614
1,614
- 14,738
- 1.13
- 0.55
0.70
- 0.89
0.53
- 3.09
- 0.13
- 0.10
0.27
0.36
- 2.35
1 Yukon and Northwest Territories excluded.
1 Sans le Yukon et les Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
2. Family Characteristics
The May monthly labour force survey provided us
with information which can be used to classify
families according to characteristics such as the
type and size of family, the age group, sex and marital status of the head and the number and age of children. This survey, the largest ongoing survey of house-
2. Caracteristiques des families
C'est de l'enquete mensuelle de mai sur la population
active qu'on tire les distributions servant a repartir les
families selon certaines caracteristiques: type et taille des
families, groupe d'ages, sexe et etat matrimonial du chef,
nombre et age des enfants. Cette enquete est la plus vaste
enquete permanente sur les menages menee au Canada. La
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holds conducted in Canada, covers a sample in the
order of 60,000 households, of which nearly 55,000,
or 165,000 individuals, respond. Further details on
this survey may be obtained from the Statistics
Canada publication Methodology of the Canadian
Labour Force Survey, 1976, Catalogue 71-526,
October 1977.
taille de Pechantillon est de l'ordre de 60,000 ménages. On
en rejoint en pratique pros de 55,000, ce qui reprosente en
gros 165,000 individus. Pour plus de details sur cette
enquete, on pourra se referer a: Methodologie de l'enquete
sur la population active du Canada, 1976, Statistique Canada,
no 71-526 au catalogue, octobre 1977.
Le codage des donnees en families de recensement
Coding of Census Family Data
Data from the survey are coded and compiled
according to the concepts of household and economic
family. Before the results can be weighted and
rearranged, economic families must be converted into
census families.
Les donnees de l'enquete sont codees et compilees selon
les concepts de ménage et de famille economique. 11 faut
done convertir les families economiques en families de
recensement avant de ponderer les resultats et d'en tirer les
distributions attendues.
Definitions of the terms "household" (H), "economic family" (EF) and "census family" (CF) are
given at the end of this text. In the vast majority of
cases, H = EF = CF, for the structures are as follows:
On trouvera a la fin du texte la definition des "concepts
de ménage" (M), de "famille economique" (FE) et de
"famille de recensement" (FR). Dans la tres grande majority
des cas M = FE = FR ce qui signifie qu'on retrouve le plus
souvent les structures suivantes:
Chef
Farisille epoux-epouse
Conjoint
avec ou sans Enfants celibataires
with
or
without
Head
Spouse
Unmarried
children
it
Husband-wife
family
or
ou
Head
Unmarried
children
There are several other cases which occur less
frequently. For example, a household may include
one or more people who are not attached to an
economic family (NEF):
Head
Spouse
EF
Nephew
H = EF + NEF example:
H = NEF
example:
Chef
Enfants celibataires
Lone-parent
family
NEF
Roomer
Head or
Head
Other
unrelated
person(s)
Famille monoparentale
De nombreux autres cas, moins frequents ceux-IA, peuvent
se presenter. Par exemple, un ménage peut renfermer une ou
plusieurs personnes non rattachees a une famille economique
(HFE):
Chef
FE
Conjoint
Neveu
M = FE + HFE exemple:
HFE
M = HFE
exemple:
Chambreur
Chef ou f. Chef
Autre(s) non
apparente(s)
or it may be made up of several economic families
with or without unrelated persons.
ou encore, it peut etre forme de plusieurs families economiques avec ou sans personnes hors famille.
The substantial size of the sample, the fact that all
the necessary data are stored on tape and the high
proportion of cases in which EF = CF add support for
automatically recoding economic families as census families. A computer system was therefore
developed to transfer 99% of the cases (R. Turner,
"Census Family Formation System", Consumer Income and Expenditure Division, Statistics Canada,
unpublished document). The remainder, approximately 1% of families, is recoded manually.
La taille considerable de Pechantillon, le fait qu'on
dispose de touter les donnees utiles sur ruban magnetique et
la forte proportion de cas ou FE = FR plaident en faveur
d'un recodage automatique des families economiques en
families de recensement. C'est ainsi qu'a ete mis au point un
systerne informatique qui reussit 99 % des transpositions (R.
Turner, "Census Family Formation System", Division du
revenu et des depenses des consommateurs, Statistique
Canada, document non publie). Le residu, environ 1 5 des
families economiques, est recode manuellement.
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The next step is to check the accuracy of the
recoding by testing the structure of the census family,
its rank within the economic family, the identity of
the head, the relationship of each member to the
head and the mutual compatibility of the various
family members.
On verifie ensuite la coherence du recodage par des tests
sur la structure de la famille de recensement, sur son rang a
l'interieur de la famille economique, sur ]'identification du
chef, sur la relation de chacun des membres de la famille au
chef et sur la compatibility de divers elements de la famille
entre eux.
Following these operations, the 165,000 individuals included in the sample are identified by their
situation with respect to a household, economic
family or census family. Then a household-family
file is compiled to serve as a basis for breaking down
census families by characteristics.
Suite a ces operations, les 165,000 individus de l'echantillon sont identifies selon leur situation par rapport a un
ménage, a une famille economique et a une famille de
recensement. On procede alors au montage d'un fichier
ménage-famille duquel on tire les distributions qui servent a
caracteriser les families de recensement.
The Household-family File
In order to meet the varied requirements of the
estimates program, the household-family file was
designed so that the family records each contained
three sections dealing with the household, the economic family and the census family respectively. A
coding system enables the user to isolate the section
from which he wishes to retrieve information. Text
Table VI shows all the information appearing on the
family record.
Le fichier menage-famille
Afin de repondre aux multiples besoins du, programme
d'estimations, le fichier ménage-famille a ete concu de telle
sorte que les fiches de famille comprennent trois sections
portant respectivement sur le ménage, sur la famille economique et sur la famille de recensement. Un systeme de codes
permet d'isoler la section dont on veut extraire ]'information.
On trouve au tableau explicatif VI tous les renseignements
que comporte la fiche de famille.
TEXT TABLE VI. Information Included in Household-family Records
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF VI. Information contenue dans les fiches menage-famille
Characteristic
Caracteristique
Household — Menage:
Identification
Sub-weighting — Sous-poids
Individuals — Individus:
Number — Nombre
Age group — Groupe d'ages
Number of economic families — Nombre de families economiques
Number of census families — Nombre de families de recensement
Non - economic family persons — Individus hors famille economique:
Number — Nombre
Age group — Groupe d'ages
Head —„Chef:
Age — Age
Sex — Sexe
Marital status — Etat matrimonial
Weight — Poids
Non-census family persons — Individus hors famille de recensement:
Number — Nombre
Age group — Groupe d'ages
Head's ipouse — Conjoint du chef:
Age — Age
Weight — Poids
Children — Enfants:
Number — Nombre
Age group — Groupe d'ages
Household
section
Economic
family
section
Census
family
section
Section
ménage
Section
famille
economique
Section
famille de
recensement
X
X
X
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Weighting of Results
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La ponderation des resultats
Each household in the sample represents a definite
number of households, depending on the sampling
plan. The weighting system for the survey is described
in the handbook on methodology mentioned above.
Chaque ménage faisant partie de l'echantillon represente
un nombre defini de ménages, la valeur de ce nombre
dependant du plan de sondage. Le systeme de ponderation de
l'enquete est decrit dans le manuel de methodologie cite plus
haut.
When the household-family file is compiled, both
the subweight of the household and the weight of the
head of the family or household and that of the
head's spouse are recorded (Text Table VI). Thus the
weighting used could be altered if necessary. On the
whole, however, the breakdowns resulting from the
different weightings are similar. For reasons of
consistency, since other Statistics Canada divisions
follow this procedure and the results thus obtained
are compatible with those of the 1976 Census, we use
the head's weight in the family characteristics estimates; in the present case, we have used the weight of
the census family head.
Lorsqu'on a monte le fichier ménage-famille, on a retenu
d'une part le sous-poids du menage et d'autre part, le poids
du chef de famille ou de ménage et celui du conjoint du chef
(tableau explicatif VI). Ainsi, si besoin en etait, on pourrait
varier la ponderation utilisee. Mais dans l'ensemble, les
distributions issues des differentes ponderations sont similaires. Pour des raisons de coherence, d'autres divisions de
Statistique Canada procedant ainsi, et parce que les resultats
obtenus sont compatibles avec ceux du recensement de 1976,
on utilise pour ]'estimation des caracteristiques des families le
poids du chef; dans le cas present, celui du chef de famille de
recensement.
Reliability of Estimates
Qualite des resultats
The census family data published here are the
result of estimates and have a certain margin of
error associated with them. Since the basis of these
estimates is the latest census, that of 1976, they are
affected by the undercoverage which distorts the data
derived from it. Rates of undercoverage have not
been calculated for census families, but those for the
population and households vary according to region,
sex and age (J. - F. Gosselin and G. Theroux, "Reverse Record Check — Basic Results on Population
and Household Undercoverage in the 1976 Census",
Methodology Division, Census and Household Surveys Field, Statistics Canada, March 1978). Data
on the components may also contain errors, and it
should be remembered that a certain number of
assumptions had to be used to measure the impact
of each on family change. Lastly, it should be noted
that the distribution of families by type, size, number
and age of children and by age group, sex and marital
status of the head was based on information from
a sample survey, and thus may contain sampling and
observation errors endemic in this source. It is evident, therefore, that the data published herein must
be interpreted with caution, and that the finer the
level of demographic or geographical detail, the more
necessary it is to use them with care.
Les donnees sur les families de recensement publides ici
sont le resultat d'estimations et comportent une certaine
marge d'erreur. Ces estimations ayant pour base le dernier
recensement, en ]'occurrence celui de 1976, elles subissent
l'effet du sous-denombrement qui entache les donnees qui en
proviennent. Les taux de sous-denombrement ne sont pas
calcules pour les families de recensement, mais ceux de la
population et des ménages varient suivant la region et
diverses caracteristiques (J.-F. Gosselin et G. Theroux,
"Principaux resultats concernant le sous-denombrement de la
population et des menages lors du recensement de 1976,
Contre-verification des dossiers", Division de la methodologie, Secteur du recensement et des enquetes-ménages,
Statistique Canada, mars 1978). Les donnees relatives aux
composantes ne sont pas non plus exemptes d'erreur et on se
rappellera qu'il a fallu mesurer ]'impact de chacune sur le
mouvement des families en se fondant sur un certain nombre
d'hypotheses. Notons enfin que les distributions servant a
repartir les families selon le type, la taille, le nombre et ]'age
des enfants et suivant le groupe d'ages, le sexe et l'etat
matrimonial du chef sont tirees d'une enquete-echantilion et
peuvent comporter les erreurs inherentes a cette source:
erreurs d'echantillonnage et erreurs d'observation. Il est des
lors evident que les donnees statistiques publiees ici doivent
etre interpretees avec prudence et que plus les unites geographiques et les ventilations suivant certaines caracteristiques
sont fines, plus it faudra les utiliser avec circonspection.
Definitions
Definitions
Household, Economic Family and Census Family
Menage, famille economique et famille de recensement
The household, often used as the basic unit for
censuses and surveys, is defined as any person or
group of persons occupying one dwelling. In a given
household, only those people related by blood,
marriage or adoption constitute an economic family.
Some households may contain more than one eco-
Le ménage, souvent employe comme unite de base des
recensements et des enquetes, designe toute personne ou
groupe de personnes occupant un merne logement. Dans un
ménage donne, seules les personnes apparentees par le sang,
par alliance ou par adoption forment une famille economique. Certains ménages peuvent contenir plus d'une famille
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nomic family while others may not contain any. The
census family, the most restricted of the three
concepts, consists of any group within the household
made up of a couple with or without never-married
children (husband-wife families) or of a parent with
one or more never-married children (lone-parent
families) (Dictionary of the 19 71 Census Terms,
Statistics Canada, Catalogue 12-540, pages 6, 7
and 9.)
economique Mors que d'autres n'en contiennent aucune.
Lorsqu'on ne considere, a l'interieur du ménage que les
groupes formes d'un couple avec ou sans enfants celibataires
(families epoux-epouse) ou de l'un ou l'autre des parents avec
un ou plusieurs enfants celibataires (families monoparentales)
on a la famille de recensement, ce dernier concept etant le
plus limitatif des trois (Dictionnaire des termes du recensement de 1971, Statistique Canada, no 12-540 au catalogue,
pages 12, 13 et 19).
Enfants dans les families
Children in Family
Sons and daughters living at home. Children who
have ever been married are not considered as members of their parents' family even though they are
living in the same dwelling. The following persons are
also considered as children: foster children and wards
under 18 years of age, adopted children and stepchildren.
Fils et filles celibataires qui vivent a la maison. Les enfants
qui ont déjà ete manes, ne sont pas consideres comme
membres de la famille de leurs parents meme s'ils vivent dans
le meme logement. Les personnes suivantes sont aussi
considerees comme enfants: les enfants en tutelle et les
pupilles de moins de 18 ans, les enfants adoptes et les enfants
d'un autre lit.
Highlights
Traits saillants
At the 1976 Census, 5,714,524 census families
were counted in Canada (not including the Yukon
and the Northwest Territories). This number grew to
approximately 5,812,600 on June 1, 1977 and to
5,898,600 on June 1, 1978. Over the period 1971 1976, the number of families grew at a mean annual
rate of 2.5% or roughly double that of the population
(1.3%). The rate of family growth has decreased more
than the rate of population growth since 1976: it was
1.48% between June 1, 1977 and June 1, 1978 as
compared to a population growth of 0.96%. Only
in Alberta has the growth rate remained high, while
every other province except Saskatchewan, Alberta
Le recensement de 1976 denombrait 5,714,524 families
au Canada (a l'exclusion du Yukon et des Territoires du
Nord-Ouest). Ce nombre serait passé au ler juin 1977 a
5,812,600 et au ler juin 1978 a 5,898,600. Au tours de la
periode 1971 - 1976, la croissance annuelle moyenne de
l'effectif des families etait de l'ordre de 2.5 %o soit environ le
double de celle de la population (1.3 %). Le rythme de
l'accroissement du nombre des families, plus que celui de la
population, a considerablernent ralenti depuis 1976, le taux
de croissance du premier passant a 1.48 % entre le ler juin
1977 et le ler juin 1978 et celui du second a 0.96 %. Seule
l'Alberta conserve un taux d'accroissement eleve et, si on
excepte la Saskatchewan, l'Alberta et l'Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
,
TEXT TABLE VII. Mean Annual Family Growth Rate, Canada and Provinces, 1971 -1978
TABLEAU EXPLICATIF VII. Taux annuel moyen de croissance des familles, Canada et provinces, 1971 - 1978
Period (June - May)
Province
CANADA 1
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - he-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Periode (juin - mai)
1971-1976
1976 -77
1977-78
2.53
2.92
2.66
2.22
3.01
2.62
2.31
1.44
0.99
3.37
3.43
1.71
1.85
2.73
1.25
2.18
1.48
1.54
1.16
2.03
4.21
1.19
1.48
1.51
2.34
1.30
1.72
0.81
1.49
0.87
1.28
3.90
1.54
1 Yukon and Northwest Territories excluded.
1 Sans le Yukon et les Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
Source: 1971 -1976 based on census data. 1976 - 77 and 1977- 78 based on Appendices II and III.
Source: 1971 -1976, taux calcules d'apres les donnees des recensements. 1976 -77 et 1977 - 78, taux calcules d'apres les donnees des
appendices II et III.
—
17
—
and Prince Edward Island has experienced a slackening of growth in 1976 - 77 in comparison with the
1971 - 1976 period (See Text Table VII).
en 1976 - 77, toutes les provinces sont en perte de vitesse par
rapport A la periode 1971 - 1976 (tableau explicatif VII).
The number of lone-parent families is growing
slightly faster than that of husband-wife families,
even though nine-tenths of all families were still of
the latter type in 1977 and 1978. It should be noted
that five sixths of heads of lone-parent families are
women, and slightly over half of these have children
17 years of age and under at home.
L'effectif des families monoparentales s'accroit un peu
plus rapidement que celui des families epoux-epouse meme si
ce dernier type de families represente encore les neuf
dixiemes de l'ensemble des families en 1976. Il est a noter
que les cinq sixiemes des chefs de families monoparentales
sont des femmes et qu'un peu plus de la moitie de ces
dernieres ont des enfants de 17 ans et moins a la maison.
Family size is tending to decrease. In 1977 and
1978, each husband-wife family had an average of 1.4
children, and lone-parent families an average of 1.8
children. In 1976, these averages were 1.5 and 1.9
respectively. Lone-parent families naturally have
more children than husband-wife families because, by
definition, all lone-parent families have children,
while in 1978 a third of husband-wife families had no
children at home. In 1971, childless couples represented only 27% of husband-wife families. Parallel with the increase in childless families there has
been a drop in the number of families with three
or more children, from 28% in 1971 to 22% in
1976 and 20% in 1978. The drop in fertility is closely
connected with this development (see Figure I).
La taille des families a tendance a decroitre. On comptait
en 1977 et 1978 en moyenne, 1.4 enfant par famille
epoux-epouse et 1.8 par famille monoparentale. En 1976, ces
moyennes etaient respectivement de 1.5 et 1.9. La charge des
families monoparentales est done dans l'ensemble plus lourde
que celle des families epoux-epouse. Mais it faut se rappeler
que, en 1978, le tiers des families epoux-epouse n'avaient
pas d'enfants a la maison alors que, par definition, toutes les
families monoparentales en ont. Cette fraction etait de 27 %
en 1971. Concurremment a l'augmentation des fafnilles sans
enfants, on note une regression de la proportion des families
de trois enfants et plus qui passe de 28 % en 1971 a 22 % en
1976 et a 20 % en 1978. La baisse de la fecondite n'est pas
etrangere a cette evolution (figure I).
According to the 1976 Census, roughly two-fifths
of heads of lone-parent families were widowed;
slightly over a quarter were separated, and a fifth
divorced. Unmarried parents account for 7% of the
total, and the remaining 5% are married but their
spouse is absent.
Selon le recensement de 1976, environ les deux cinquiemes
des chefs de famille monoparentale sont des veufs et des
veuves; suivent les separes avec un peu plus du quart puis les
divorces avec un einquieme; les autres sont celibataires: 7 %
ou maries, mais conjoint absent: 5 %.
The distribution by age in Figures II and III
reflects this situation, in addition to marriage behaviour. It can be summarized as follows:
Les donnees suivant Page (figures II et III) refletent un
peu cette situation, de mdme que les comportements
matrimoniaux. On peut les resumer ainsi:
Age group
Groupe (rages
15 - 34 years — ans
35 - 44 "
55 years and over — ans et plus
All ages — Tous ages
Husband-wife families
Lone-parent families
Families epoux-epouse
Families monoparentales
Men
Women
Men
Women
Hommes
Femmes
Hommes
Femmes
13.6
54.7
31.7
100.0
34.3
42.3
23.4
100.0
32.5
40.4
27.1
39.6
38.8
21.6
100.0
100.0
The age difference between men and women at
marriage explains why the age structure for women is
on the whole younger than that for men. The greater
longevity of women reinforces the effect of age at
marriage in the lone-parent group, since on the
average, women are widowed at a younger age than
men.
Le decalage d'age entre hommes et femmes au manage
explique que la structure par age des femmes soit dans
l'ensemble plus jeune que celle des hommes. La mortalite
differentielle selon le sexe renforce encore, dans le groupe
des families monoparentales, l'effet de l'age au mariage, les
femmes devenant en moyenne veuves a un age plus precoce
que leur contrepartie masculine.
— 18 —
Figure I
Percentage Distribution of Census Families by Number of Children,
Canada, June 1, 1978
Repartition en pourcentage des families de recensement selon le nombre
d'enfants, Canada, 1er juin 1978
—
0/0
55
—
50
—
45
—
40
—
35
—
30
25 —
—
25
20 —
—
20
15 —
—
15
10 —
—
10
5 —
—
5
0/0
Lone-parent Families — Families monoparentales
55
*
50 —
By definition. lone-parent families consist of a parent
with at least one never married child.
Par definition, les families monoparentales sont constituees d'un parent
et d'au moms un enfant celibataire.
45 —
40 —
Lone-parent families*
35 —
/Families monoparentales*
All families
30 —
Toutes les families
0
0
0
3
2
1
4
5-
Number of children — Nombre d'enfants
35
Husband-wile Families — Families epoux-epouse
—
35
—
30
25 —
—
25
20 —
—
20
15 —
—
15
10 —
—
10
Husband-wife families
/ Families epoux-epouse
30 —
All families
Toutes les families
5 —
0
5
0
2
1
3
Number of children — Nombre d'enfants
Sairici:
Tahiti 4. Appendix III — Tableau 4. Appeudice Ill
4
5,
- 19 Figure II
Percentage Distribution of Lone-parent Families by Age of Head,
Canada, June 1, 1978
Repartition en pourcentage des families monoparentales selon
rage du chef, Canada, 1er juin 1978
Per cent of each sex
Per cent of each sex
Pour cent de chaque sexe
30 —
Pour cent de chaque sexe
— 30
/ Female — Femmes
25 —
—
25
20 —
—
20
—
15
—
10
15 -
Male — Hommes
10 —
5 —
5
0
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
Age group of head — Groupe d'age s du chef
55-64
0
65.
Source: Table 9. Appendix Ill — Tableau 9, Appendice Ill
Figure III
Percentage Distribution of Husband-wife Families by Age of Husband
and of Wife, Canada, June 1, 1978
Repartition en pourcentage des families epoux-epouse selon rage de l'epoux
et celui de l'epouse, Canada, 1er juin 1978
Per cent of each sex
Per cent of each sex
Pour cent de chaque sexe
30 —
Pour cent de chaque sexe
—
30
25 —
—
25
20 —
—
20
15 —
—
15
10 —
—
10
Husband — Epoux
Wife — Epouse
5 —
0
-
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
Age Group — Groupe d'ages
Source: Tables 6 and 7, Appendix Ill — Tableaux 6 et 7, Appendice Ill
55-64
65.
5
0
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Appendix I
Appendice I
Data from the 1976 Census
Donnees du recensement de 1976
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TABLE 1. Families by Number of Children at Home, by Family Status, Canada and Provinces, June 1, 1976
TABLEAU 1. Families selon le nombre d'enfants a la maison par categorie de famine, Canada et provinces, ler juin 1976
Total
families
Province and family status
Province et categoric de families
Total
des
families
Total
families
with no
children
at home
Total
families
with
children
at home
Families by number of children at home
Total des
famines
sans enfants a la
maison
Total des
families
avec enfants a la
maison
One
child
Two
children
Three
children
Four
children
Five
children
Un
enfant
Deux
enfants
Trois
enfants
Quatre
enfants
Cinq
enfants
Nombre
moyen
d'en fan ts
par
famille
Average
number
of children per
family
Families scion le nombre d'enfants a la maison
Total families - Toutes les families
CANADA
5,727,895
1,726,410
4,001,490
1,355,175
1,368,375
724,485
329,215
224,235
1.6
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories - Territoires du NordOuest
124,650
27,560
200,480
162,030
1,540,400
2,104,545
251,975
225,685
448,770
628,445
4,930
26,400
7,405
57,315
43,425
427,845
650,990
81,305
73,745
135,110
219,985
1,395
98,245
20,160
143,165
118,610
1,112,560
1,453,550
170,665
151,940
313,660
408,460
3,535
29,250
6,530
48,650
38,540
383,730
499,435
58,295
49,835
99,255
138,715
1,145
27,715
5,775
45,270
36,460
366,165
515,540
57,345
48,920
111,360
150,695
1,205
17,095
3,565
25,610
21,070
194,025
266,195
31,040
28,460
60,545
75,095
645
10,455
2,080
12,975
11,620
94,075
111,285
14,270
14,450
27,190
29,730
310
13,735
2,210
10,665
10,910
74,565
61,100
9,715
10,280
15,310
14,230
230
2.1
1.8
1.7
1.8
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
1.4
1.6
8,420
1,480
6,945
1,810
1,930
1,145
775
1,285
2.4
Husband-wife families - Families epoux - epouse
CANADA
5,175,215
1,729,205
3,446,010
1,072,085
1,219,235
655,015
298,910
200,760
1.5
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuve
Prince Edward Island - lle-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories - Territoires du NordOuest
114,270
24,720
179,1-75
145,950
1,383,870
1,903,950
227,560
206,860
407,835
569,160
4,400
26,495
7,410
57,420
43,475
428,565
651,695
81,495
74,025
135,340
220,425
1,390
87,780
17,310
121,755
102,480
955,310
1,252,250
146,065
132,835
272,495
348,735
3,015
24,415
5,260
38,040
30,530
304,345
394,290
45,580
39,890
79,365
107,970
935
25,265
4,900
39,725
32,470
324,415
461,355
50,850
44,210
99,265
134,030
1,070
15,715
3,150
23,105
18,920
174,305
240,890
28,585
26,185
54,970
67,620
570
9,785
2,045
11,555
10,625
84,965
101,330
12,645
13,505
25,010
26,490
265
12,595
1,960
9,325
9,935
67,275
54,385
8,400
9,035
13,875
12,625
170
2.1
1.8
1.6
1.7
1.6
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.3
1.6
7,465
1,475
5,990
1,455
1,685
990
690
1,180
2.4
Lone-parent families - Families monoparentales
CANADA
559,065
283,960
151,235
69,955
31,205
22,715
1.9
Newfoundland - Terre-Neuvc
Prince Edward Island - Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
Nova Scotia - Nouvelle-Ecosse
New Brunswick - Nouveau-Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Yukon
Northwest Territories - Territoires du NordOuest
10,800
2,875
21,465
16,145
158,770
202,350
24,750
19,100
41,175
60,185
495
4,985
1,545
10,855
7,875
79,585
105,195
13,045
9,955
19,780
30,545
235
2,515
620
5,480
3,960
42,685
55,555
6,305
4,605
11,700
17,450
120
1,350
370
2,680
2,080
20,005
24,975
2,930
2,250
5,550
7,545
65
840
180
1,260
1,175
9,295
10,320
1,430
1,115
2,470
2,985
45
1,125
160
1,190
1,050
7,210
6,305
1,040
1,175
1,675
1,655
35
2.2
2.0
1.9
2.0
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.8
2.1
955
360
245
155
85
110
2.4
Source: 1976 Census of Canada:
Total families: Bulletin 9 SF.1, Catalogue 93-831, Table 1 (based on 100% data).
Husband-wife families: Bulletin 9 SF.2, Catalogue 93-832, Table 4 (based on sample data).
Lone-parent families: Bulletin 9 SF.3, Catalogue 93-833, Table 3 (based on sample data).
Source: Recensement du Canada de 1976:
Toutes les families: Bulletin 9 SF.1, no 93-831 au catalogue, tableau 1 (base sur les donnees a 100 %).
Families epoux - epouse: Bulletin 9 SF.2, no 93-832 au catalogue, tableau 4 (bath sur les donnees echantillon).
Families monoparentales: Bulletin 9 SF.3, no 93-833 au catalogue, tableau 3 (base sur les donnees echantillon).
Appendix II
Appendice II
Final Postcensal Estimates,
June 1, 1977
Estimations postcensitaires definitives,
1er juin 1977
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TABLE 1. CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF PERSONS PER FAMILY AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA j/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU I. FAMILLES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE DE PERSONNES PAR FAMILLE, PAR CATEGORIE OE FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES,
1ER JUIN 1977
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
TOTAL
FAMILIES
PERSONS
IN FAMILIES
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
TOTAL
DES
FAMILLES
PERSCNNES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
L.
AVERAGE SIZE
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE CE PERSCNNES
OF FAMILY
_______________________________________________________________
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MOYENNE DES
2
3
4
5
6+
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1_
1
1_
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IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
thISBAN2- 1111f0 EAB1LLLa
EABILLES LEDUX - PPOUSE
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
117.0
25.4
181.5
148.9
1,405.5
1,919.3
230.1
211.1
430.4
572.6
5,241.8
469.4
94.8
642.6
550.7
5,059.1
6,606.8
786.0
730.3
1,489.2
1,877.7
18,306.6
4.0
3.7
3.5
3. 7
3.6
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5
3.3
3.5
25.1
7.9
60.4
45.6
411.6
648.8
83.3
75.9
143.9
223.1
1,725.5
26.5
5.7
38.5
31.6
321.8
394.2
44.7
39.8
87.5
108.6
1,098.8
28.5
4.8
40.9
34.0
346.5
481.2
55.4
49.1
109.8
145.2
1,295.5
17.9
3.2
22.6
18.1
179.4
250.2
28.7
27.2
53.4
60.9
661.7
19.0
3.8
19.2
19.6
146.1
144.9
18.1
19.1
35.7
34.8
460.3
10.0
2.9
21.5
16.6
157.7
217.6
24.8
19.2
37.3
63.4
570.8
32.5
8.5
59.0
50.6
439.1
613.6
69.6
54.7
107.0
173.5
1,608.1
3.3
2.9
2.7
3.0
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.9
2.7
2.8
4.1
1.4
12.0
7.9
84.8
110.9
13.1
9.3
17.9
34.3
295.8
2.9
.8
5.0
4.6
40.6
61.5
6.6
5.8
10.9
17.5
156.3
1.1
3.2
1.8
21.9
27.8
2.9
2.7
5.2
7.2
74.3
.9
.1
.7
.9
6.3
12.4
1.1
.9
2.0
2.8
28.3
1.0
.2
.5
1.3
4.0
4.9
.9
.5
1.2
1.5
16.0
127.0
28.3
203.0
165.6
1,563.2
2,136.9
254.9
230.3
467.7
635.9
5,812.6
501.9
103.3
701.5
601.3
5,498.1
7,220.4
855.6
785.0
1,596.2
2,051.2
19,914.6
4.0
3.6
3.5
3.6
3.5
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.2
3.4
29.2
9.3
72.3
53.6
496.4
759.8
96.4
85.2
161.8
257.4
2,021.3
29.4
6.5
43.5
36.2
362.4
455.7
51.3
45.6
98.5
126.1
1,255.1
29.6
5.2
44.1
35.8
368.5
509.0
58.3
51.8
115.0
152.4
1,369.7
18.8
3.3
23.4
19.0
185.8
262.6
29.8
28.1
55.5
63.7
690.0
20.0
4.0
19.7
21.0
150.1
149.8
19.0
19.5
36.9
36.3
476.4
IDNE EAE.ENI EA11111.ES
EAB1LLEI 21-.IblOaARENTAlla
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. CANADA
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LULL EAEILIE1
ENsanla
DES. EABillfid
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-0
DUE
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MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
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NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NCRTHV,EST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
NOTE:
NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
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TABLE 2. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF PERSONS PER FAMILY AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES,
JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 2. DISTRIBUTION EN POURCENTAGE DES FAMILLES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE DE PERSONNES PAR FAMILLE. PAR CATEGORIE DE
FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1977
FAMILY STATUS
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE DE PERSONNES
TCTAL
FAMILIES
AND PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
TOTAL
DES
FAMILIES
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4
3
6+
5
1_
HUSBAND - VILE FAMILIES
EauLLEs
EPA-EPOUSF
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
CUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
100.0
21.2
22.9
20.5
19.4
18.8
20.3
19.0
21.0
22.8
24.7
25.1
24.1
23.3
25.5
25.4
24.7
15.3
12.7
12.5
12.2
12.8
13.0
12.5
12.9
12.4
10.6
12.6
41.2
50.0
55.7
47.8
53.8
51.0
53.0
48.4
48.1
54.1
51.8
28.6
27.0
23.5
27.7
25.8
28.3
26.7
30.4
29.4
27.4
11.2
14.3
15.0
11.0
13.9
12.8
11.9
13.9
14.0
11.4
13.0
9.4
3.2
3.5
5.4
4.0
5.7
4.6
4.9
5.4
4.5
5.0
9.6
5.5
2.4
8.1
2.5
2.3
3.8
2.5
3.2
2.4
2.8
23.0
32.8
35.6
32.4
31.8
35.6
37.8
37.0
34.6
40.5
34.8
23.1
22.9
21.4
21.9
23.2
21.3
20.1
19.8
21.1
19.8
21.6
23.3
18.5
21.7
21.6
23.6
23.8
22.9
22.5
24.6
24.0
23.6
14.8
11.7
11.5
11.5
11.9
12.3
11.7
12.2
11.9
10.0
11.9
15.7
14.0
9.7
12.7
9.6
7.0
7.5
8.5
7.9
5.7
8.2
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
21.4
30.9
33.3
30.6
29.3
33.8
36.2
36.0
33.4
39.0
32.9
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
22.7
22.4
21.2
24.3
19.0
22.5
16.3
15.0
10.6
13.2
10.4
7.6
7.9
9.0
8.3
6.1
8.8
LDUE EABEEIS FAMILIES
EAMIILEEMIDEADENIAIES
NFLD. - 7. - N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB..
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
27.7
ICTAL LW:11111E
EUSELAELE DES FAMIlLi
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-13
CANADA
1/
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
NOTE:
NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INCIVICUELLEMENT.
SOURCE: TABLE 1, APPENDIX II.
SOURCE: TABLEAU 1, APPENDICE II.
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TABLE 3. CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA j/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 3. FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE 0.ENFANTS A LA MAISON, PAR CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE, CANADA
I/ ET PROVINCES. 1ER
JUIN 1977
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
TOTAL
FAMILIES
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
TOTAL
DES
FAMILLES
NUMBER OF CHILDREN - NOMBRE D 4 ENFANTS
I
0
I
2
1
I
I
I
3
I
4
I
J___
54.
1
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IJUSBAND- Elfl EAWIF1
EVAIIES Elam-FPnusF
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN.
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-0
CANADA
117.0
25.4
181.5
148.9
1,405.5
1,919.3
230.1
211.1
430.4
572.6
5,241.8
25.1
7.9
60.4
45.6
411.6
648.8
83.3
75.9
143.9
223.1
1,725.5
26.5
5.7
38.5
31.6
321.8
394.2
44.7
39.8
87.5
108.6
1,098.8
28.5
4.8
40.9
34.0
346.5
481.2
55.4
49.1
109.8
145.2
1,295.5
17.9
3.2
22.6
18.1
179.4
250.2
28.7
27.2
53.4
60.9
661.7
7.9
1.9
11.1
9.7
83.0
94.2
11.1
11.8
24.8
25.8
281.2
11.2
1.9
8.1
10.0
63.1
50.7
7.0
7.2
11.0
9.1
179.1
4.1
1.4
12.0
7.9
84.8
110.9
13.1
9.3
17.9
34.3
295.8
2.9
.8
5.0
4.6
40.6
61.5
6.6
5.8
10.9
17.5
156.3
1.1
.4
3.2
1.8
21.9
27.8
2.9
2.7
5.2
7.2
74.3
.9
.1
.7
.9
6.3
12.4
1.1
.9
2.0
2.8
28.3
1.0
.2
.5
1.3
4.0
4.9
.9
.5
1.2
1.5
16.0
30.6
7.2
50.4
39.5
406.6
505.1
57.8
49.0
105.5
142.9
1,394.6
31.3
5.6
45.9
38.6
387.2
542.7
62.0
55.0
120.8
162.7
1,451.8
19.0
3.6
25.9
20.0
201.4
277.9
31.6
29.8
58.6
68.1
736.0
8.8
2.0
11.8
10.6
89.3
106.7
12.2
12.8
26.8
28.6
309.6
12.1
2.1
8.6
11.3
67.1
55.6
8.0
7.7
12.1
10.6
195.1
LONE EARIUI FAMII IF/
EA211L51211112UILELLALEL
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-13
CANADA
10.0
2.9
21.5
16.6
157.7
217.6
24.8
19.2
37.3
63.4
570.8
MIA]. EAtILIF5
iusimati
QE1 EAtilliaS
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
127.0
28.3
203.0
165.6
1,563.2
2,136.9
254.9
230.3
467.7
635.9
5,812.6
1
25.1
7.9
60.4
45.6
411.6
648.8
83.3
75.9
143.9
223.1
1,725.5
_1_
1___
1
J.
1_
___1
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NCRTHAEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKCN ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDREC. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
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TABLE 4. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA I/ AND THE
PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 4. DISTRIBUTION EN POURCENTAGE DES FAMILLES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE D'ENFANTS A LA MAISON, PAR CATEGORIE DE
FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1977
FAMILY STATUS AND PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
NUMBER CF CHILDREN - NOMBRE D'ENFANTS
TOTAL
FAMILIES
TOTAL
DES
FAMILLES
1
0
2
1_
_1
3
_L_
5+
4
_1
J.
WISEAND - VIEE EABiLIES
EABILLES EEMJA -EPOUSE
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-F
N.B. - N.-B
OUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA..
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
21.4
30.9
33.3
30.6
29.3
33.8
36.2
36.0
33.4
39.0
32.9
22.7
22.4
21.2
21.2
22.9
20.5
19.4
18.8
20.3
19.0
21.0
24.3
19.0
22.5
22.8
24.7
25.1
24.1
23.3
25.5
25.4
24.7
15.3
12.7
12.5
12.2
12.8
13.0
12.5
12.9
12.4
10.6
12.6
6.7
7.5
6.1
6.5
5.9
4.9
4.8
5.6
5.8
4.5
5.4
9.5
7.5
41.2
50.0
55.7
47.8
11.2
14.3
15.0
51.0
53.0
48.4
48.1
54.1
51.8
28.6
27.0
23.5
27.7
25.8
28.3
26.7
30.4
29.4
27.7
27.4
13.9
12.8
11.9
13.9
14.0
11.4
13.0
9.4
3.2
3.5
5.4
4.0
5.7
4.6
4.9
5.4
4.5
5.0
9.6
5.5
2.4
8.1
2.5
2.3
3.8
2.5
3.2
2.4
2.8
24.1
25.3
24.9
23.9
26.0
23.6
22.7
21.3
22.6
22.5
24.0
24.7
19.8
22.6
23.3
24.8
25.4
24.3
23.9
25.8
25.6
25.0
15.0
12.9
12.7
12.1
12.9
13.0
12.4
13.0
12.5
10.7
12.7
6.9
7.0
5.8
6.4
5.7
5.0
4.8
5.5
5.7
4.5
5.3
9.5
7.3
4.2
6.8
4.3
2.6
3.1
3.3
2.6
1.7
3.4
4.4
6.7
4.5
2.6
3.0
3.4
2.5
1.6
3.4
ILEE 29
1 2E111
1
EAM1L115
EAVILLES B9NOPARENIALES
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB.
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
53.8
11.0
ILIAL EPMIt IFR
ENaamau LES
EAm1lLF
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B.
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA..
19.7
27.7
29.7
27.6
26.3
30.4
32.7
33.0
30.8
35.1
29.7
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NOFTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES CU NORO-OUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED. - NCMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT.
SOURCE: TABLE 3, APPENDIX II.
SOURCE: TABLEAU 3, APPENDICE II.
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TABLE 5. CENSUS FAMILIES BY AGE OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES. JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 5. FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON L'AGE DES ENFANTS A LA RAISON, PAR CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES.
1ER JUIN 1977
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
T CT AL
FAMILIES
WITH
CHILDREN
AT HOME
TOTAL DES
FAMILLES
AVEC
ENFANTS A
LA RAISON
ALL CHILDREN OVER
TOUS LES ENFANTS AGES DE PLUS DE
5 YEARS
14 YEARS 17 YEARS
5 ANS
14 ANS
17 ANS
24 YEARS
24 ANS
ALL CHILDREN UNDER
TOUS LES ENFANTS AGES DE MOINS DE
6 YEARS
15 YEARS 18 YEARS 25 YEARS
6 ANS
15 ANS
18 ANS
25 ANS
1_
L_
_L
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
UUSBAND- WIFF EABILIFS
EAMILLES EMIX-EPOUSF
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-0
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
91.9
17.6
121.1
103.3
993.9
1,270.5
146.8
135.1
286.5
349.5
3,516.3
46.4
9.8
70.0
57.3
590.2
770.1
84.9
78.4
163.6
209.7
2,080.3
14.4
3.5
24.5
20.S
219.1
284.2
33.1
26.8
59.3
68.8
754.5
8.8
2.0
13.6
11.9
124.7
160.8
17.6
13.7
28.9
31.3
413.3
1.8
.6
4.7
3.6
32.1
36.4
3.9
3.7
5.4
6.1
98.3
23.4
4.0
28.4
26.6
227.0
281.1
35.8
33.0
71.0
79.6
809.9
54.1
9.9
69.2
59.4
554.8
699.4
80.0
75.6
166.6
204.1
1,973.1
66.8
12.2
87.7
72.7
680.1
899.6
105.6
101.0
213.5
267.9
2,507.3
86.9
16.3
114.1
97.3
932.0
1,210.7
139.6
129.5
277.3
339.8
3,343.5
10.0
2.9
21.5
16.6
157.7
217.6
24.8
19.2
37.3
63.4
570.8
8.1
2.3
17.4
12.2
134.8
173.2
18.0
15.0
27.6
48.9
457.6
4.3
1.5
10.3
7.0
83.0
94.4
10.5
9.6
12.3
24.3
257.3
3.6
1.2
7.6
4.9
60.9
69.3
7.2
7.5
8.2
15.5
186.0
2.1
.7
5.0
2.8
32.4
35.6
4.7
4.5
4.2
7.5
99.5
1.0
.4
2.9
2.7
15.5
29.7
4.7
1.8
6.1
7.7
72.4
3.0
.9
8.7
6.6
49.9
85.6
11.4
6.7
18.7
32.0
223.6
4.4
1.2
11.3
8.8
73.8
117.8
14.6
9.2
25.1
42.8
309.0
7.5
2.0
15.6
13.0
117.8
175.8
19.6
13.8
32.4
54.3
451.8
54.6
12.1
87.3
69.5
725.0
943.3
103.0
93.4
191.2
258.6
2,537.9
18.7
5.0
34.8
27.9
302.1
378.6
43.6
36.4
71.6
93.1
1,011.8
12.4
3.3
21.2
16.8
185.7
230.1
24.8
21.2
37.1
46.8
599.4
24.4
4.4
31.3
29.3
242.5
310.8
40.5
34.8
77.1
87.3
882.3
57.1
10.8
77.9
66.0
604.7
785.0
91.4
82.3
185.3
236.1
2,196.6
71.3
13.4
99.0
81.6
753.8
1,017.4
120.2
110.2
238.6
310.7
2,816.2
94.4
18.3
129.7
110.4
1,049.8
1,386.4
159.2
143.2
339.7
394.1
3,795.2
1____
IDNE 2AELNI FAMILIFS
EAUILES SQNUEARFNTAIES
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. CANADA
ENSFMBLE DES FAMILIES.
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
OUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-0
CANADA
101.9
20.5
142.6
119.9
1,151.6
1,488.0
171.6
154.3
323.8
412.8
4,087.1
-1
_-1_
3.9
1.3
9.7
6.4
64.5
72.0
8.6
8.1
9.7
13.6
197.8
1____
_1
L
___1_
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITCRIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-CUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
- 29 -
TABLE 6. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF HUSBAND AND FAMILY SIZE, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1. 1977
TABLEAU 6. FAMILIES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON I.AGE DE I'EPOUX ET LA TAILLE DE LA FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, LER JUIN 1977
TOTAL
PERSONS
HUSBAND-WIFE IN FAMILIES
FAMILIES
PERSONNES
TOTAL CES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
FAMILIES
EPOUX-EPOUSE
PROVINCE AND AGE
GROUP OF HUSBAND
PROVINCE ET
GROUPE D.AGES DE L.EPOux
I___
L.
_1
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE DE PERSCNNES
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILIES
2
I
..
..
I
..1___
I_
I--
4
5
I
1
__1
6+
1__
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IN THOUSANDS - EN miLLIERs
NFLD. 15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24
25-34.
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64.
65+
TOTAL
N.B. - N
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
DUE.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ONT.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
MAN.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
SASK.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
.
TOTAL
3
9.8
34.8
23.8
20.0
16.7
11.9
117.0
28.1
134.8
120.1
98.5
57.4
30.5
469.4
2.9
3.9
5.1
4.9
3.4
2.6
4.0
1.7
6.5
4.7
4.4
4.1
4.1
25.4
4.8
23.8
23.5
19.7
13.5
9.5
94.8
2.9
3.7
5.0
4.5
3.3
2.3
3.7
14.3
45.9
33.7
31.2
30.1
26.2
181.5
39.0
167.0
156.6
129.5
90.1
60.5
642.6
2.7
3.6
4.6
4.2
3.0
2.3
3.5
11.8
41.0
28.3
25.4
22.6
19.8
148.9
32.5
150.9
136.0
114.2
70.4
46.6
550.7
75.7
399.3
312.9
276.0
195.9
145.7
1,405.5
,
3.3
4.3
.8
2.1
6.2
8.3
25.1
4.7
9.0
3.1
3.8
4.4
1.5
26.5
1.5
12.6
6.6
3.6
2.7
1.4
28.5
0.2
6.3
5.4
4.3
1.4
.3
17.9
--
.6
1.3
.2
.8
1.9
3.0
7.9
.8
1.8
.6
.7
1.0
.8
5.7
.2
1.8
1.1
.9
.5
.2
4.8
.1
1.1
1.1
.7
.3
.5
1.6
1.2
.4
3.2
3.8
6.8
9.0
2.4
5.5
16.0
5.0
11.3
4.2
7.0
7.3
2.3
16.7
10.2
7.4
3.0
2.7
7.8
6.2
2.0
.3
19.0
--
.2
6.2
8.9
5.6
1.3
2.7
8.0
5.7
2.5
20.7
3.7
1.2
.4
.2
60.4
38.5
40.9
22.6
19.2
2.8
3.7
4.8
4.5
3.1
2.4
3.7
5.0
7.4
1.9
4.2
11.4
15.7
45.6
4.8
10.1
3.2
5.8
5.2
2.4
31.6
1.8
15.1
8.5
4.5
3.0
1.0
34.0
.1
5.6
7.0
3.9
1.1
.4
18.1
-
184.4
1,348.2
1,394.7
1,162.5
629.5
339.7
5,059.1
2.4
3.4
4.5
4.2
3.2
2.3
3.6
49.8
97.0
24.9
43.5
84.0
112.5
411.6
19.9
127.0
42.4
58.9
50.9
22.7
321.8
5.0
124.4
113.1
70.2
26.0
7.9
346.5
1.0
38.2
69.5
50.2
19.3
1.2
179.4
-
109.6
490.1
410.3
400.0
290.1
219.2
1,919.3
283.2
1,672.8
1,805.2
1,552.4
808.3
485.0
6,606.8
2.6
3.4
4.4
3.9
2.8
2.2
3.4
64.2
125.4
27.3
85.8
160.6
185.5
648.8
29.5
127.9
54.7
84.9
73.0
24.3
394.2
13.1
164.5
157.5
107.0
32.6
6.5
481.2
2.3
58.3
104.2
69.5
13.5
2.3
250.2
.3
14.1
66.6
52.8
10.5
.6
144.9
14.5
58.1
44.3
42.5
37.1
33.7
230.1
39.3
202.5
197.5
165.2
106.1
75.3
786.0
2.7
3.5
4.5
3.9
2.9
2.2
3.4
7.4
4.5
2.2
.3
.2
14.8
4.0
8.5
20.2
28.3
83.3
14.0
4.2
10.3
7.9
3.7
44.7
19.7
16.5
10.2
5.8
1.1
55.4
7.5
11.0
8.1
1.7
.2
28.7
2.2
8.5
5.5
1.4
.3
18.1
16.2
46.2
38.2
39.5
35.7
35.2
211.1
43.8
171.5
175.8
162.3
99.3
77.6
730.3
2.7
3.7
4.6
4.1
2.8
2.2
3.5
7.8
8.4
2.6
6.7
20.6
29.8
75.9
5.5
9.3
4.0
8.7
8.1
4.1
39.8
2.9
18.0
12.9
10.4
4.1
.9
49.1
36.1
119.3
9C.9
8C.9
56.9
46.3
430.4
95.6
404.3
413.6
315.1
158.9
101.6
1,489.2
2.7
3.4
4.6
3.9
2.8
2.2
3.5
19.2
33.3
6.5
15.2
30.3
39.3
143.9
10.7
28.0
9.5
19.7
14.1
5.5
87.5
5.8
41.2
31.6
20.9
9.1
1.2
109.8
.4
13.4
22.7
15.0
1.8
.1
53.4
34.0
141.4
116.0
114.5
88.9
77.8
572.6
86.1
473.9
489.4
428.8
233.8
165.8
1,877.7
2.5
3.4
4.2
3.7
2.6
2.1
3.3
20.1
38.5
10.8
26.9
55.5
71.3
223.1
10.1
34.6
16.1
25.0
18.4
4.2
108.6
3.3
52.7
46.0
32.5
9.5
1.3
145.2
.4
12.1
27.3
16.2
4.3
.6
60.9
.1
3.5
15.8
13.9
1.2
.4
34.8
323.7
1,382.2
1,102.9
1,034.3
778.3
619.8
5,241.8
836.8
4,749.7
4,912.4
4,148.3
2.6
3.4
4.5
4.0
2.9
2.2
3.5
184.2
339.6
81.2
199.2
406.8
514.4
1,725.5
95.7
373.0
142.0
224.8
190.3
73.0
1,098.8
38.2
466.6
404.1
267.5
96.3
22.8
1,295.5
5.0
157.1
267.5
179.9
46.5
5.8
661.7
.6
46.5
208.2
162.9
38.4
3.8
460.3
2,267.2
1,392.2
18,306.6
I__
1
2.7
7.7
7.0
1.9
.3
19.6
12.6
63.1
53.3
15.7
1.4
146.1
-
8.4
10.2
6.5
1.7
.3
27.2
I
2.1
8.5
7.1
1.3
.1
19.1
3.4
20.6
10.1
1.5
.1
35.7
1__
_.1
I___
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
ZERO.
-- LESS THAN 50. - NCmBRE INFERIEUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
- 30 -
TABLE 7. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF WIFE AND FAMILY SIZE, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 7. FAMILLES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON L'AGE DE L'EPOUSE ET LA TAILLE DE LA FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, IER JUIN 1977
TOTAL
PROVINCE AND AGE
HUSBAND-WIFE
GROUP OF WIFE
FAMILIES
PROVINCE ET
TOTAL DES
GROUPE D.AGES DE L.EPOUSE
FAMILLES
EPOUX-EPOUSE
_________________________I__
NFLD. - T.-N.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.B. - N.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
QUE.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ONT.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
MAN.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
SASK.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
25-34..
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44.
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
PERSONS
IN FAMILIES
PERSONNES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
___L
NUMBER OF
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILLES
2
I
I__
_1_
3
I
4
I
I____
_I_
5
I
_1_
I_
15.4
38.7
22.9
18.4
14.8
6.8
117.0
47.1
161.0
123.5
77.7
44.9
15.2
469.4
3.1
4.2
5.4
4.2
3.0
2.2
4.0
4.6
3.3
.9
3.5
7.0
5.7
25.1
6.4
9.3
1.9
5.0
3.3
.7
26.5
3.6
12.9
5.5
3.1
3.0
.3
28.5
0.7
8.1
5.5
2.8
.7
.1
17.9
3.2
6.4
4.9
4.5
3.6
2.8
25.4
8.9
26.4
26.0
17.8
9.6
6.0
94.8
2.8
4.1
5.3
4.0
2.7
2.2
3.7
1.3
.7
.2
1.2
.4
2.0
1.2
.9
.4
.1
1.4
1.2
.4
.2
.9
1.8
1.0
.1
2.3
7.9
1.5
1.4
.6
1.0
.8
.4
5.7
4.8
3.2
3.8
24.6
47.0
34.0
3C.6
28.6
16.8
181.5
70.5
185.1
161.2
115.5
73.5
36.7
642.6
2.9
3.9
4.7
3.8
2.6
7.8
9.8
4.7
7.5
6.6
2.0
38.5
5.8
17.8
8.5
6.0
2.4
.5
40.9
.4
.2
4.4
9.2
4.8
.5
3.5
10.4
6.4
2.4
8.7
18.2
14.2
60.4
21.4
40.3
27.0
26.5
20.6
13.1
148.9
62.8
162.1
137.2
104.9
55.4
28.3
550.7
2.9
4.0
5.1
4.0
2.7
2.2
3.7
8.0
4.9
1.8
7.1
12.5
11.4
45.6
8.1
7.9
3.2
6.2
4.8
1.3
31.6
145.8
420.0
293.6
275.7
17C.2
100.1
1,405.5
371.9
1,523.7
1,370.2
1,095.5
479.7
218.1
5,059.1
2.6
3.6
4.7
4.0
2.8
3.6
85.4
71.2
19.9
57.0
91.5
86.7
411.6
212.5
520.7
407.6
377.8
247.7
153.0
1,919.3
575.4
1,936.3
1,828.8
1,321.9
623.2
321.3
6,606.8
2.7
3.7
4.5
3.5
2.5
2.1
3.4
28.7
56.8
45.2
44.5
32.2
22.9
230.1
82.4
214.9
205.4
156.8
78.5
48.1
786.0
26.9
48.2
40.3
41.2
32.8
21.6
211.1
2.2
2.2
0.1
5.0
9.1
3.9
.8
19.0
-
8.6
9.2
3.6
.9
-
-22.6
19.2
4.5
15.9
6.5
5.0
1.9
.3
34.0
.6
7.0
6.3
3.4
.7
.1
18.1
.2
4.6
9.3
4.8
.8
41.7
122.8
35.9
66.6
44.7
10.2
321.8
17.5
149.6
96.0
62.0
18.7
2.8
346.5
1.2
55.6
70.5
42.3
10.0
179.4
109.5
91.2
30.3
112.7
164.7
140.5
648.8
63.9
113.6
50.3
101.8
54.3
10.4
394.2
32.0
205.6
137.7
85.5
18.8
1.5
481.2
6.2
80.9
115.2
40.9
6.3
.7
250.2
144.9
2.9
3.8
4.5
3.5
2.4
2.1
3.4
13.0
10.6
4.0
12.0
22.7
20.9
83.3
8.8
11.1
4.7
12.3
6.2
1.5
44.7
5.4
21.1
15.0
11.2
2.3
.4
55.4
1.2
9.4
12.3
5.2
.6
.3
4.6
9.1
3.7
.3
28.7
18.1
77.0
193.1
188.5
147.0
79.3
45.4
730.3
2.9
4.0
4.7
3.6
2.4
2.1
3.5
12.1
5.1
2.5
12.3
24.1
19.8
75.9
7.8
8.4
5.5
10.7
5.8
1.5
39.8
6.1
20.2
11.9
9.0
1.7
.3
49.1
.8
11.0
10.0
4.7
.7
.2
3.5
10.4
4.5
.5
62.9
125.4
89.2
71.5
53.6
27.8
430.4
168.3
478.7
403.5
250.7
130.1
58.0
1,489.2
2.7
3.8
4.5
3.5
2.4
2.1
3.5
33.4
21.0
8.0
19.2
37.1
25.3
143.9
18.0
24.3
10.6
20.5
11.7
2.5
87.5
10.5
49.4
29.0
17.4
3.5
109.8
64.4
151.9
114.1
107.8
84.6
49.9
572.6
169.2
556.5
487.8
368.0
194.5
101.8
1,877.7
2.6
3.7
4.3
3.4
2.3
2.0
3.3
35.7
27.7
10.3
35.1
66.2
48.2
223.1
19.1
32.7
17.1
24.9
13.4
1.4
108.6
8.1
64.1
41.1
28.0
3.5
.3
145.2
605.8
1,455.3
1,078.9
998.5
688.5
414.7
5,241.8
1,633.3
5,437.8
4,932.2
3,655.6
1,768.9
878.8
18,306.6
2.7
3.7
4.6
3.7
2.6
2.1
3.5
313.2
242.2
80.2
268.7
446.1
375.0
1,725.5
183.0
341.3
134.5
256.6
151.5
31.9
1,098.8
93.9
558.5
352.4
228.2
56.2
6.2
1,295.5
_I_
2.2
L.
I
ii____
19.6
21.0
71.3
47.9
5.4
.5
146.1
.9
29.4
74.2
36.9
3.6
--
-
27.2
19.1
.9
22.5
21.3
7.7
1.0
.2
8.2
20.4
6.8
.3
-
53.4
35.7
.9
19.4
28.0
11.6
1.0
.5
8.0
17.7
8.2
.4
-
60.9
34.8
13.0
223.8
279.4
122.5
22.1
.9
661.7
89.5
232.4
122.5
12.7
.6
460.3
L.
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
- ZERO.
-- LESS THAN 50. - NCMBRE INFERIEUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INOIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE
1/
6+
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IN THOUSANDS - FN MILLIONS
_I_
CE PERSCNNES
PERSONS - NOMBRE
2.7
L.
PRES.
- 31 -
TABLE 8. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF HUSBAND BY AGE OF WIFE, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 8. FAMILLES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON L.AGE DE L.EPOUX, PAR L'AGE DE L'EPOUSE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN, 1977
PROVINCE AND AGE
GROUP OF HUSBAND
PROVINCE ET
GROUPE D'AGES DE L'EPOUX
TCTAL
HUSBAND-WIFE
FAMILIES
TOTAL DES
FAMILLES
EPOUX-EPOUSE
AGE GRCUP OF FIFE - GROUPE CAGES DE L'EPOUSE
15-24
I
25-34
I
35-44
I
45-54
I
55-64
I
65+
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
NFLO. - 7.-N.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44.
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.B. - N.-B.
15-24
25-34.
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
QUE.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ONT.
15-24.
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
MAN.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
SASK.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64.
65+
TOTAL
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
25-34
35-44.
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54.
55-64
65+
TOTAL
8.1
7.1
.1
1.7
27.3
8.8
.8
9.8
34.8
23.8
20.0
16.7
11.9
117.0
15.4
38.7
1.7
6.5
4.7
1.5
1.6
.1
.1
4.8
1.4
.1
4.4
4.1
4.1
25.4
3.2
6.4
14.3
45.9
33.7
31.2
30.1
26.2
181.5
12.9
11.2
1.4
33.3
11.2
.9
.2
24.6
47.0
11.8
41.0
28.3
25.4
22.6
19.8
148.9
11.1
9.8
.6
.7
30.0
9.1
75.7
399.3
312.9
276.0
155.9
145.7
1,405.5
.4
.4
.1
21.4
40.3
65.6
76.9
3.2
.1
10.2
304.9
97.8
6.8
.3
0.3
14.6
7.4
.6
0.3
10.9
6.5
.7
18.4
0.9
9.0
4.9
14.8
0.5
6.3
6.8
4.9
.1
2.6
1.5
.2
4.5
.1
2.2
1.3
3.6
.2
2.6
2.8
1.5
20.8
10.6
1.0
.1
34.0
1.3
17.7
11.0
.6
30.6
1.8
16.5
10.3
28.6
1.5
15.2
16.8
1.3
16.0
8.3
.9
26.5
1.3
12.3
6.9
20.6
1.1
11.9
13.1
17.1
195.7
75.2
5.3
.3
293.6
.4
15.9
184.9
67.6
6.9
275.7
.1
9.0
113.6
47.5
170.2
9.1
91.0
100.1
.6
14.1
247.3
108.3
7.5
377.8
.3
15.8
159.0
7 2.5
247.7
.3
14.5
138.1
153.0
.2
2.2
25.7
14.8
1.6
44.5
.1
2.1
18.8
11.1
32.2
.2
1.8
20.9
22.9
1.7
18.4
12.7
32.8
.1
1.3
20.3
21.6
22.9
.1
3.2
1.5
.2
1.1
17.4
7.7
.8
27.0.
145.8
420.0
109.6
490.1
410.3
400.0
290.1
219.2
1,919.3
S8.8
111.8
1.7
.2
10.7
363.0
137.6
8.8
.5
212.5
520.7
14.8
256.5
127.6
7.8
1.0
407.6
14.5
58.1
44.3
42.5
37.1
33.7
230.1
13.5
14.1
1.0
1.0
42.5
12.5
.7
.1
1.3
28.4
13.8
1.6
28.7
56.8
45.2
16.2
46.2
38.2
39.5
35.7
35.2
211.1
15.6
10.9
.4
.1
.7
34.4
12.4
.7
.1
.9
24.2
13.7
1.4
26.9
48.2
40.3
.1
1.2
23.2
14.5
2.2
41.2
36.1
119.3
90.9
80.9
56.9
46.3
430.4
34.5
27.8
.6
.1
1.5
87.7
32.8
3.0
.3
62.9
125.4
.1
3.9
53.7
29.3
2.0
.3
89.2
3.6
43.4
22.2
2.3
71.5
.1
5.0
30.4
18.1
53.6
.1
2.1
25.6
27.8
34.0
141.4
116.0
114.5
88.9
77.8
572.6
31.2
31.4
1.4
.4
.5
4.0
66.9
33.0
3.4
107.8
7.5
49.0
28.1
84.6
3.6
46.3
49.9
323.7
1,382.8
1,102.9
1,034.3
778.3
619.8
5,241.8
2.7
105.9
39.6
3.5
.2
3.6
71.0
36.3
3.2
64.4
151.9
114.1
292.9
302.6
9.4
.9
605.8
30.7
1,033.8
363.3
25.8
1.8
1,455.3
.1
44.6
685.5
323.0
23.8
1.9
1,C78.9
1.9
44.1
638.6
287.8
26.2
998.5
.6
45.2
429.3
213.4
688.5
___1
1-I____
1_
I
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
ZERO.
-- LESS THAN 50. - NCMBRE INFERIEUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDEO TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
1/
.7
35.7
378.2
414.7
- 32 -
TABLE 9. LONE PARENT FAMILIES BY SIZE, SHOWING SEX AND AGE GROUP OF HEAD, CANADA 1/ JUNE 1, 1977
TABLEAU 9. FAMILLES MONOPARENTALES SELON LA TAILLE PAR SEXE ET GROUPE D.AGES DU CHEF, CANADA 1/ , 1ER JUIN 1977
SEX AND AGE GROUP OF HEAD
SEXE
ET GROUPE
CHEF
TOTAL DES
FAMILLES
MONOPARENTALES
I
I
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
PERSONNES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE CE PERSONNES
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILLES
2
I
4+
3
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
- POMMES
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
0.7
6.8
22.7
21.7
17.6
14.3
83.8
1.4
17.9
69.7
62.2
48.3
32.2
231.6
2.0
2.6
3.1
2.9
2.7
2.2
2.8
0.7
3.2
8.5
10.6
9.9
11.5
44.5
3.2
7.6
6.8
3.9
2.4
23.9
0.4
6.5
4.3
3.8
.5
15.5
38.3
111.8
102.8
98.2
68.6
67.3
487.0
92.0
321.9
346.7
296.8
172.1
147.0
1,376.5
2.4
2.9
3.4
3.0
2.5
2.2
2.8
25.7
48.0
28.7
45.9
44.8
58.2
251.4
10.2
38.6
34.8
26.3
16.0
6.5
132.5
2.4
25.2
39.3
26.0
7.8
2.6
103.2
39.0
118.6
125.5
119.9
86.2
81.6
570.8
93.4
339.8
416.3
358.9
220.4
179.2
1,608.1
2.4
2.9
3.3
3.0
2.6
2.2
2.8
26.4
51.3
37.2
56.5
54.8
69.7
295.8
10.2
41.8
42.5
33.1
19.9
8.8
156.3
2.4
25.5
45.8
30.3
11.5
3.1
118.6
- FEMMFa
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
TOTAL 15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
PERSONS
IN FAMILIES
D'AGES DU
MALE
ELBALE
TOTAL
LONE-PARENT
FAMILIES
E1151212.1 E
-
..
J._
l__
__I
1
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NCETHKEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES CU NORD-OUEST.
- ZERO.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NCMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
Appendix III
Appendice III
Preliminary Postcensal Estimates,
June 1, 1978
Estimations postcensitaires provisoires,
1er juin 1978
-
- 34 -
TABLE 1. CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF PERSONS PER FAMILY AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 1. FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE DE PERSONNES PAR FAMILLE, PAR CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES,
1ER JUIN 1978
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
TOTAL
FAMILIES
PERSONS
IN FAMILIES
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE OE PERSCNNES
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
TOT AL
DES
FAMILIES
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
PERSONNES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
I
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILLES
I
I
I
2
. 1__
_1
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
I
I
I
I
3
I
I
I
I
4
6+
5
I
-I
IN TF00561105 - EN MILLIERS
MUSBAND- BIEE FAMILIES
EAMII1ES EEDUX-EEDUIE
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.1. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-0
OUE
ONT
MAN...
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-E1
CANADA
119.8
25.2
181.8
15C.0
1,400.1
1,954.9
231.6
214.9
439.7
587.5
5,305.4
481.0
94.8
642.7
554.2
4,900.5
6,622.5
788.1
743.2
1,519.7
1,924.0
18,270.8
4.0
3.8
3.5
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5
3.3
3.4
26.2
7.6
61.7
42.9
438.3
663.1
84.4
77.1
149.1
237.4
1,787.8
25.5
4.6
36.6
31.9
308.9
422.6
47.0
39.5
81.6
102.4
1,100.5
31.6
6.2
41.8
36.1
366.4
497.2
53.3
51.1
115.9
144.7
1,344.4
9.1
3.8
23.8
18.4
175.7
213.7
25.5
18.6
46.2
58.2
592.1
28.4
10.4
66.9
53.6
506.8
602.3
71.8
52.1
129.2
153.4
1,674.7
3.1
4.4
2.2
12.9
9.8
84.4
108.1
13.6
9.8
23.7
31.6
300.5
2.1
2.8
2.9
2.9
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.6
2.8
5.9
4.5
50.8
60.6
7.0
5.1
12.9
18.2
167.9
1.2
.5
2.8
1.8
25.7
28.3
3.2
2.5
6.2
6.6
78.8
509.4
105.2
709.6
607.8
5,407.3
7,224.8
859.8
795.3
1,648.9
2,077.4
19,945.5
4.0
3.6
3.5
3.6
3.4
3.3
3.3
3.4
3.4
3.2
3.4
27.5
5.4
42.5
36.4
359.7
483.2
54.0
44.6
94.5
120.6
1,268.4
32.8
6.7
44.7
37.9
392.1
525.5
56.5
53.6
122.1
151.3
1,423.2
16.3
3.1
23.0
21.5
172.2
249.8
27.9
27.6
60.3
67.0
668.7
20.2
3.6
18.7
17.6
114.4
122.1
19.0
19.5
32.8
36.1
404.0
.7
.8
IDNE EBBEN' FAMILIES
EAMILLEE EDNnPARFmTALES
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
OUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-0
CANADA
2.7
.e
.2
.1
1.4
1.3
9.4
11.2
.8
.8
1.0
5.4
5.6
1.0
.5
.9
.2
16.2
.8
2.5
1.6
29.8
WLAL EABILIES
ENSEMBLE DES EMU - LES
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B.
N. 8
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA.
ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
4"
--
1_
128.9:\
29.0
205. 6
168.4
1,575.7X2,162.7
257.1
233.5
485.
645.7
5,898.6
1
1
30.6,
k9.8
74.6•
N_52.7_
522.7 1
771.2
97.9
86.8
172.
269.0
2,088.3
_I
20.9
3.7
19.5
18.6
119.8
127.7
20.0
20.0
33.7
36.3
420.3
17.0
3.2
24.4
22.8
181.5
261.1
28.7
28.4
62.8
68.5
698.4
1
1_
1/ NCT INCLUDING YUKON AND NCRTHNEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE NIKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORC-OUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRCNDIS 1NCIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
I
- 35 -
TABLE 2. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF PERSONS PER FAMILY AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES,
JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 2. DISTRIBUTION EN POURCENTAGE DES FAMILLES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE DE PERSONNES PAR FAMILLE, PAR CATEGORIE DE
FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1978
FAMILY
STATUS
AND PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
TOTAL
FAMILIES
NUMBER CF PERSONS - NOMBRE DE
TOTAL
DES
FAMILLES
2
PERSONNES
5
4
3
6•
I
W112.0D-111EL EAB1L1Fc
EAVIILES E2011X-EPntisF
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-0
OUE
ON7
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
21.9
30.3
33.9
28.6
31.3
33.9
36.4
35.9
33.9
40.4
33.7
21.2
18.3
20.1
21.3
22.1
21.6
20.3
18.4
18.6
17.4
20.7
26.4
24.8
23.0
24.1
26.2
25.4
23.0
23.8
26.4
24.6
25.3
13.6
12.2
12.7
14.3
12.3
12.8
12.0
12.9
13.7
11.4
12.6
16.9
14.4
10.3
11.7
8.2
6.2
8.2
9.1
7.5
6.1
7.6
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
48.6
58.4
54.1
53.3
48.1
50.6
53.1
52.5
51.3
54.4
50.7
22.8
21.7
24.8
24.5
28.9
28.3
27.4
27.5
28.0
31.2
28.3
13.0
13.1
11.8
9.7
14.7
13.2
12.5
13.3
13.4
11.4
13.3
7.5
4.2
5.7
7.2
5.3
5.3
3.2
4.0
5.4
2.7
5.0
8.3
2.7
3.5
5.4
3.1
2.6
3.8
23.8
34.0
36.3
31.3
21.4
18.8
20.7
21.6
22.8
22.3
21.0
19.1
19.4
18.7
21.5
25.4
23.3
21.7
22.5
24.9
24.2
22.0
23.0
25.1
23.4
24.1
13.2
16.3
12.9
9.5
11.0
7.6
5.9
7.8
8.6
6.9
5.6
7.1
101 PARFNI fAM[L1ES
EAEILLia EINLEAREUIAIES
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - T. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASS
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
2.7
1.9
.4
2.7
IDIA1 Elt1111L
Laumaki LES EABILILa
NFLD. - 7.-N
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
10C.0
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B.
N. 8
O.1
ONT
MAN..
SASS
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-13
CANADA
___1_
1/
33-.2 ---
35.6 r
38.1
37.2
35.6
41.7
35.4
_1
11.1
11.9
13.5
11.5
12.0
11.2
12.2
12.9
10.6
11.8
I-
NOT INCLUDING YUKON ARC NCRIFNEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-QUEST.
NOTE:
NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED. - NOMBRES ARRCNDIS INCIVICUELLEMENT.
SOURCE: TABLE 1, APPENDIX III.
SOURCE: TABLEAU 1, APPENDICE III.
1
- 36 -
TABLE 3. CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA if AND THE PROVINCES. JUNE 1. 1978
TABLEAU 3. FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE D.ENFANTS A LA MAISON, PAR CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES. 1ER
JUIN 1978
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
NUMBER OF CHILDREN - NOMBRE D.ENFANTS
TCTAL
FAMILIES
TOTAL
DES
FAMILIES
0
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
1
I
I
I
I
1_____
2
3
I
5+
4
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
IDSRANO-NIff FAMILIE S
ELEILLE5 LEDUA-F ontisF
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-8
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
119.8
25.2
181.8
150.0
1,400.1
1,954.9
231.6
214.9
439.7
587.5
5,305.4
26.2
7.6
61.7
42.9
438.3
663.1
84.4
77.1
149.1
237.4
1,787.8
16.3
3.1
23.0
21.5
172.2
249.8
27.9
27.6
60.3
67.0
668.7
9.5
1.9
10.5
9.2
65.9
84.9
12.5
13.1
23.2
28.3
258.8
10.7
1.8
8.2
8.4
48.5
37.2
6.6
6.5
9.6
7.7
145.2
2.1
1.2
.5
2 .8
1.8
25.7
28.3
3.2
2 .5
6.2
6.6
78.8
.7
.2
1.4
1.3
9.4
11.2
.8
.8
2.5
1.6
29.8
.8
5.9
4.5
50.8
60.6
7.0
5.1
12.9
18.2
167.9
16.2
33.7
7.1
47.8
40.6
417.1
557.8
60.3
56.3
128.9
162.9
1,512.3
17.5
3.6
25.8
23.3
197.9
278.1
31.1
30.1
66.5
73.6
747.4
10.1
2.0
11.8
10.5
75.2
96.1
13.3
13.8
25.7
29.9
288.6
11.5
1.9
9.0
9.4
53.9
42.8
7.5
7.0
10.5
8.0
161.4
25.5
4.6
36.6
31.9
308.9
422.6
47.0
39.5
81.6
102.4
1,100.5
31.6
6.2
41.8
36.1
366.4
497.2
53.3
51.1
115.9
144.7
1,344.4
4.4
2.2
12.9
9.8
84.4
108.1
13.6
9.8
23.7
31.6
300.5
29.9
6.8
49.5
41.7
393.3
530.7
60.6
49.3
105.3
134.0
1,401.0
1DNE PAE NI LUEUULS
FAMIIIES
BEIBREARELIALE5
NFLD. - T. -N
P.E.I. - I. P. -E
N.S. - N. -E
N.B. - N.-8
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
IDIA.J. EaMII
9.1
3.8
23.8
18.4
175.7
213.7
25.5
18.6
46.2
58.2
593.1
.e
.1
.8
1.0
5.4
5.6
1.0
.5
.9
.2
IFS
EuSFmALF QFS FAMILIES
NFLD. - 7.-N
P.E.
- I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
128.9
29.0
205.6
168.4
1,575.8
2,168.7
257.1
233.5
485.9
645.7
5,898.6
26.2
7.6
61.7
42.9
438.3
663.1
84.4
77.1
149.1
237.4
1,787.8
1
1/
1
NCT INCLUDING YUKON AND NCRTH6EST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-QUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
- 37 -
TABLE 4. PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS FAMILIES BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA j/ AND THE
PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 4. DISTRIBUTION EN POURCENTAGE DES FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON LE NOMBRE D'ENFANTS A LA POISON. PAR CATEGORIE DE
FAMILLE, CANADA If ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1978
TOTAL
FAMILIES
FAMILY STATUS AND PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE ET
PROVINCE
NUMEER CF CHILDREN - NOMBRE WENFANTS
TOTAL
DES
FAMILLES
0
I
1
2
3
4
5+
HUSBAND -I:11EE EAEILIES
FAMIIIFS EPOUX-EPOUIE
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
21.9
30.3
33.9
28.6
31.3
33.9
36.4
35.9
33.9
40.4
33.7
21.2
18.3
20.1
21.3
22.1
21.6
20.3
18.4
18.6
17.4
20.7
26.4
24.8
23.0
24.1
26.2
25.4
23.0
23.8
26.4
24.6
25.3
13.6
12.2
12.7
14.3
12.3
12.8
12.0
12.9
13.7
11.4
12.6
7.9
7.4
5.8
6.1
4.7
5.4
6.1
5.3
4.8
4.9
9.0
7.0
4.5
5.6
3.5
1.9
2.8
3.0
2.2
1.3
2.7
48.6
58.4
54.1
53.3
48.1
50.6
53.1
52.5
51.3
54.4
50.7
22.8
21.7
24.8
24.5
28.9
28.3
27.4
27.5
28.0
31.2
28.3
13.0
13.1
11.8
9.7
14.7
13.2
12.5
13.3
13.4
11.4
13.3
7.5
4.2
5.7
7.2
5.3
5.3
3.2
4.0
5.4
2.7
5.0
8.3
2.7
3.5
5.4
3.1
2.6
3.8
2.7
1.9
.4
2.7
23.2
23.6
24.1
24.8
25.0
24.5
23.6
21.1
21.7
20.8
23.8
26.1
24.4
23.2
24.1
26.5
25.7
13.6
12.3
12.6
13.8
12.6
12.8
12.1
12.9
13.7
11.4
12.7
7.9
7.0
5.8
6.3
4.8
4.4
5.2
5.9
5.3
4.6
4.9
8.9
6.5
4.4
5.6
3.4
2.0
2.9
3.0
2.2
1.2
2.7
4.3
LIME EAEEK EAMILIEL
EsritiFs naDEARENIALEs
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-13
CANADA
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
..
VIAL EArILIFs
ENSEBELLE DES FAMILIES
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
N.B. - N.-B
QUE
ONT
MAN
SANK
ALTA. - ALB.
B.C. - C.-8
CANADA
1
1/
20.3
26.3
30.0
25.5
27.8
30.6
32.8
33.0
30.7
36.8
30.3
_1_
1
23.4
24.1
26.5
25.2
25.6
_J__
1
KIT INCLUDING YUKCN AND KOFTMhESI TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES CU NORD-OUEST.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED. - NCMBRES ARRCNDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT.
SOURCE: TABLE 3, APPENDIX III.
SOURCE: TABLEAU 3, APPENDICE III.
_1
- 38 -
TABLE 5. CENSUS FAMILIES BY AGE OF CHILDREN AT HOME AND FAMILY STATUS, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 5. FAMILIES DE RECENSEMENT SELON L'AGE DES ENFANTS A LA MAISON, PAR CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES,
1ER JUIN 1978
T CT AL
FAMILIES
WITH
CHILCREN
AT HOME
FAMILY STATUS AND
PROVINCE
CATEGORIE DE FAMILLE
PROVINCE
ET
TOTAL DES
FANILLES
AVEC
ENFANTS A
LA MAISON
ALL CHILDREN UNDER
TOUS LES ENFANTS AGES DE MOINS DE
ALL CHILDREN OVER
TOUS LES ENFANTS AGES DE PLUS DE
5 YEARS
5 ANS
17 YEARS
17 ANS
14 YEARS
14 ANS
24 YEARS
24 ANS
6 YEARS
6 ANS
18 YEARS
18 ANS
15 YEARS
15 ANS
.L_
25 YEARS
25 ANS
L.
_L_
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
pusPABD-NIED
FAMILIES
ELELLIES EEQUA -EmICF
NFLD. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-1
N.S. - N.-E
N.B. - N.-B
DUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
B.C. - C.-B
CANADA
93.6
17.5
120.1
107.0
961.8
1,291.8
147.2
137.8
290.6
350.1
3,517.7
48.1
9.9
69.7
61.2
589.2
780.0
85.9
78.3
166.2
213.2
2,101.6
14.5
3.6
23.7
21.5
231.6
297.2
33.7
26.2
55.3
79.1
786.5
8.2
2.0
13.0
12.5
136.0
165.8
20.5
13.5
27.9
41.7
441.2
2.4
.8
4.4
3.4
27.7
28.7
5.8
3.4
4.9
6.5
88.0
23.1
4.0
26.0
23.0
231.5
305.4
35.4
35.9
68.7
79.6
832.6
55.8
9.8
68.9
61.2
535.7
749.3
82.5
78.9
177.2
203.4
2,022.7
68.4
12.3
86.2
76.9
655.3
924.6
104.3
105.2
223.3
259.2
2,515.6
88.7
16.3
112.6
101.0
905.4
1,239.6
139.6
133.0
282.5
338.3
3,357.0
9.1
3.8
23.8
18.4
175.7
213.7
25.5
18.6
46.2
58.2
593.1
7.0
2.7
18.9
14.8
141.4
164.3
20.0
13.9
36.0
45.0
464.1
4.5
1.8
10.7
8.8
77.6
86.6
11.2
8.2
18.3
22.7
250.4
3.7
1.5
8.3
6.6
56.1
56.9
8.6
6.6
12.3
14.3
174.7
2.5
.8
4.5
4.1
30.9
29.0
5.2
3.9
5.7
5.7
92.3
1.2
.7
3.4
2.2
20.4
30.2
3.7
2.8
7.0
10.5
82.1
3.0
1.4
9.2
6.7
69.4
96.6
10.2
7.3
21.5
28.3
253.6
4.0
1.8
12.2
9.1
95.9
129.9
14.3
9.9
28.3
37.8
343.3
5.9
2.9
18.7
13.6
139.8
177.9
19.5
14.4
39.8
52.0
484.7
19.1
5.5
34.3
30.3
309.3
383.8
44.9
34.4
73.6
101.8
1,037.0
12.0
3.5
21.3
19.1
192.0
222.7
29.1
20.1
40.2
56.0
615.9
4.9
1.6
8.9
7.6
58.6
57.7
10.9
7.3
10.7
12.3
180.3
24.2
4.7
29.4
25.3
251.9
335.6
39.1
38.7
75.6
90.2
914.7
58.7
11.3
78.1
67.9
605.1
845.8
92.7
86.2
198.8
231.7
2,276.3
72.3
14.2
98.4
86.0
751.2
1,054.5
118.6
115.1
251.6
297.0
2,858.9
94.6
19.2
131.3
114.6
1,045.3
1,417.5
159.1
147.5
322.4
390.3
3,841.7
LDIE _mai' FAMILIES
EA/111u
20DPARFNTAILS
NFLC. - T.-N
P.E.I. - I. P.-1
N.S. - N.-1
N.B. - N.-B
OUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA.
ALB
B.C. - C.-9
CANADA
IDIAL EAMILLEL
ENSEMELE DES EAMLLEL
NFLD. - 7. - N
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.. .....
N.S. - N.-1
N.S. - N.-9
QUE
ONT
MAN
SASK
ALTA. - ALB
S.C. - C.-8
CANADA
102.6
21.4
143.9
125.5
1,137.5
1,505.5
172.7
156.5
336.8
408.4
4,110.8
_1
55.1
12.6
88.6
75.9
730.6
944.3
105.S
92.2
202.3
258.1
2,565.7
-1
J_
1
_L_
L._
L
1___
1/
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AEC NOFTHI,EST TERRITCRIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITORIES CU NORO-CUEST.
NOTE:
NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNCRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
- 39 -
TABLE 6. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF HUSBAND AND FAMILY SIZE, CANADA 1/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 6. FAMILIES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON L.AGE DE L'EPOUX ET LA TAILLE DE LA FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1978
PROVINCE AND AGE
GROUP OF HUSBAND
PROVINCE ET
GROUPE D'AGES DE L 1 EPOUx
TOTAL
PERSONS
HUSBAND-WIFE IN FAMILIES
FAMILIES
PERSCNNES
TOTAL DES
OANS LES
FAMILIES
FAMILLES
EPOUX-EPCUSE
IN THOUSANDS
NFLD. - T.-N.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24
25-34.
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.B. - N.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CUE.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ONT.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
MAN.
15-24
25-34.
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL.
SASK.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44.
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILIES
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE CE PERSCNNES
2
3
1
4
I
5
I
6+
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
EN MILLIERS
10.2
36.4
24.2
19.5
16.9
12.5
119.8
30.2
140.8
123.9
96.6
58.4
31.1
481.0
3.0
3.9
5.1
5.0
3.4
2.5
4.0
3.0
4.6
1.2
1.7
6.9
8.9
26.2
5.0
8.5
2.6
3.1
3.8
2.4
25.5
1.9
14.4
6.9
4.6
3.0
.7
31.6
1.7
6.6
4.8
4.1
4.1
4.0
25.2
4.7
24.7
23.1
19.6
13.1
9.5
94.8
2.8
3.7
4.9
4.8
3.2
2.4
3.8
.6
1.0
.5
.6
2.0
2.9
7.6
.7
1.6
.3
.9
.7
4.6
.3
2.7
1.4
1.1
.5
.2
6.2
13.9
46.8
34.7
31.3
28.9
26.2
181.8
38.8
169.7
163.4
127.6
83.9
59.3
642.7
2.8
3.6
4.7
4.1
2.9
2.3
3.5
6.4
9.3
2.4
6.2
16.1
21.5
61.7
4.8
11.1
4.2
6.7
6.1
3.7
36.6
2.3
17.3
11.7
6.9
3.0
.7
41.8
.6
6.6
7.4
6.6
1.7
.1
23.0
10.4
42.6
28.8
25.6
22.7
19.8
150.0
29.0
158.3
137.5
111.1
70.2
48.2
554.2
2.8
3.7
4.8
4.3
3.1
2.4
3.7
4.3
7.1
1.9
4.0
10.7
42.9
4.4
10.5
3.0
5.0
5.7
3.3
31.9
1.6
15.5
8.5
6.6
3.1
.8
36.1
.1
6.8
8.2
4.2
1.8
.3
21.5
82.2
2.4
3.3
4.2
4.2
3.1
2.3
3.5
57.2
113.2
28.8
40.0
84.3
114.8
438.3
20.9
113.6
50.2
49.8
53.9
20.5
308.9
3.7
129.3
118.8
73.5
35.4
5.7
366.4
.4
33.4
66.6
56.4
13.0
2.5
172.2
-
398.8
308.5
266.0
199.3
145.4
1,400.1
193.8
1,311.2
1,307.7
1,124.6
622.9
340.4
4,900.5
107.1
504.1
419.2
394.4
302.7
227.4
1,954.9
279.0
1,714.6
1,811.2
1,484.7
835.5
497.5
6,622.5
2.6
3.4
4.3
3.8
2.8
2.2
3.4
58.5
121.1
33.4
86.2
168.8
195.2
663.1
34.8
148.0
54.7
87.2
73.5
24.4
422.6
11.7
166.8
164.4
110.7
37.8
5.8
497.2
1.7
53.2
107.4
72.2
13.9
1.5
249.8
.4
15.1
59.4
38.2
8.6
.5
122.1
13.2
57.9
44.5
42.6
37.8
35.6
231.6
34.9
201.6
200.1
168.0
103.7
79.0
788.1
2.6
3.5
4.5
3.9
2.7
2.2
3.4
7.1
14.1
3.2
8.8
22.2
29.0
84.4
4.0
15.0
5.1
9.3
8.5
5.1
47.0
1.6
19.1
16.6
10.5
4.3
1.1
53.3
7.2
10.9
7.4
1.7
.2
27.9
2.6
8.7
6.5
1.1
.1
19.0
16.6
49.2
39.3
39.2
35.1
35.4
214.9
46.4
179.0
182.3
158.9
99.6
77.0
743.2
2.8
3.6
4.6
4.1
2.8
2.2
3.5
8.1
9.6
1.9
7.4
19.6
30.5
77.1
4.9
9.9
3.8
8.6
8.3
3.9
39.5
2.6
21.2
13.7
9.1
3.7
.8
51.1
1.0
6.1
11.3
7.0
2.1
.1
27.6
2.4
8.6
7.0
1.4
.1
19.5
30.3
122.1
97.3
82.6
60.8
46.7
439.7
78.8
427.5
422.1
317.7
171.2
102.5
1,519.7
2.6
3.5
4.3
3.8
2.8
8.0
28.0
10.0
16.9
13.5
5.1
81.6
4.3
43.6
37.5
21.4
7.9
1.2
115.9
.5
16.9
24.0
14.8
4.0
.2
60.3
-
3.5
17.4
29.5
9.8
18.8
33.7
39.9
149.1
31.1
141.9
125.9
110.7
92.2
85.6
587.5
78.2
477.4
536.6
418.0
233.6
180.1
1,924.0
2.5
3.4
4.3
3.8
2.5
2.1
3.3
20.0
38.9
14.3
25.3
60.5
78.3
237.4
6.9
32.4
14.5
22.8
19.6
6.2
102.4
3.3
54.6
45.8
32.0
8.0
1.0
144.7
.9
13.0
31.7
18.1
3.2
.1
67.0
-
813.9
4,804.7
4,908.0
4,026.8
2,292.1
1,425.4
18,270.8
2.6
3.4
4.4
4.0
2.9
2.2
3.4
182.6
94.4
378.6
148.4
209.9
193.8
75.3
1,100.5
33.4
484.5
425.3
276.4
106.8
18.1
1,344.4
5.8
150.3
274.3
190.2
43.0
5.1
668.7
316.7
1,406.4
1,127.4
1,015.9
800.5
638.6
5,305.4
'
2.2
14.9
348.4
97.3
198.9
424.7
535.8
1,787.8
.4
0.2
6.2
5.7
2.7
1.3
.1
16.3
0.1
2.8
7.8
7.2
1.9
.4
20.2
-
--
.4
1.5
1.3
.4
.1
3.6
.9
1.0
.7
.3
-3.1
.4
1____
1__
1___
_1_
1
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
-- LESS THAN 50. - NOMBRE INFER1EUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
2.5
9.0
5.0
1.9
.3
18.7
.1
2.6
7.2
5.7
1.4
.5
17.6
9.2
44.2
46.4
12.6
2.0
114.4
-
4.0
16.0
10.7
1.8
.2
32.8
3.1
19.5
12.5
.9
.1
36.1
.5
44.6
182.0
140.5
32.2
4.3
404.0
- 40 -
TABLE 7. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF WIFE AND FAMILY SIZE, CANADA j/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 7. FAMILLES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON PAGE DE L.EPOUSE ET LA TAILLE DE LA FAMILLE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN 1978
TOTAL
PERSONS
AVERAGE SIZE
HUSBAND-WIFE IN FAMILIES
OF FAMILY
FAMILIES
PERSCNNES
TAILLE
PROVINCE ET
TOTAL DES
DANS LES
MOYENNE DES
GROUPE D.AGES DE L'EPOUSE
FAMILLES
FAMILLES
FAMILLES
EPOUX-EPCUSE
_I__
-1 -I
1__
-IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
NF LD. - 1.-N.
15-24
17.8
55.3
3.1
25-34
37.6
158.3
4.2
35-44
23.8
125.7
5.3
45-54
17.9
81.6
4.6
55-64
14.9
42.4
2.9
65+•
7.9
17.8
2.2
TOTAL
119.8
481.0
4.0
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24.
2.9
8.4
3.0
25-34
7.0
27.9
4.0
35-44
4.8
25.5
5.3
45-54
4.3
17.1
4.0
55-64
3.8
10.0
2.7
65+
5.8
2.5
2.3
TOTAL
25.2
94.8
3.8
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
21.7
61.1
2.8
25-34
50.5
3.9
198.8
35-44
33.6
160.9
4.8
45-54
31.7
117.4
3.7
55-64
27.2
67.8
2.5
65+
17.1
36.8
2.2
TOTAL.
181.8
642.7
3.5
N.B. - N.-B.
15-24
18.3
52.8
2.9
25-34
44.2
177.9
4.0
35-44
27.7
137.2
5.0
45-54
27.4
107.1
3.9
55-64
20.5
53.7
2.6
65+
12.0
25.5
2.1
TOTAL
150.0
554.2
3.7
DUE.
15-24
160.5
412.7
2.6
25-34
413.0
1,450.3
3.5
35-44
298.0
1,325.3
4.4
45-54
253.8
1,003.5
4.0
55-64.
176.8
494.3
2.8
65+
98.0
214.5
2.2
TOTAL
1,400.1
4,900.5
3.5
ONT.
15-24
212.7
591.6
2.8
25-34
537.0
1,971.0
3.7
35-44
410.0
1,794.0
4.4
45-54
373.4
1,287.7
3.4
55-64
265.0
649.7
2.5
65+
156.9
328.5
2.1
TOTAL
1,954.9
6,622.5
3.4
MAN.
15-24
24.7
67.5
2.7
25-34
62.4
237.1
3.8
35-44
42.8
196.0
4.6
45-54
40.4
145.4
3.6
55-64
39.0
94.7
2.4
65+• ...
22.3
47.5
2.1
TOTAL
231.6
788.1
3.4
SASK.
15-24
28.2
81.4
2.9
25-34
5C.9
204.1
4.0
35-44
41.7
196.0
4.7
45-54
38.9
137.3
3.5
55-64
33.5
79.0
2.4
65+
21.7
45.5
2.1
TOTAL
214.9
743.2
3.5
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
54.7
150.9
2.8
25-34
136.9
518.3
3.8
35-44
87.2
389.6
4.5
45-54
81.0
278.7
3.4
55-64
52.9
125.8
2.4
65+
27.0
56.6
2.1
TOTAL
439.7
1,519.7
3.5
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
54.9
149.8
2.7
25-34
165.0
608.9
3.7
35-44.
115.7
492.8
4.3
45-54
106.2
350.7
3.3
55-64
88.6
203.8
2.3
65+
57.1
117.9
2.1
TOTAL
587.5
1,924.0
3.3
NURSER OF
PERSONS - NOMBRE CE PERSCNNES
PROVINCE AND AGE
GROUP OF WIFE
I
I
2
I
I
I
3
_1_
4.6
3.5
1.2
2.8
8.1
6.2
26.2
4
I
5
I
I
_1
IN THOUSANDS
EN MILLIERS
8.0
6.6
2.1
3.8
3.4
1.6
25.5
4.2
15.0
5.8
4.4
2.1
.1
31.6
1.0
1.4
.2
.8
6+
1_
1.0
7.2
5.7
1.7
.6
0.1
5.3
8.8
5.3
.7
16.3
20.2
1.3
1.0
.6
.2
.7
2.0
.8
3.1
3.6
.8
8.9
7.9
4.5
.9
4.6
9.3
4.2
.6
23.0
18.7
--
1.0
.8
.3
1.1
2.4
2.1
7.6
4.6
.7
2.8
1.3
1.0
.3
.2
6.2
10.1
6.8
1.9
9.2
18.8
14.9
61.7
6.6
10.6
4.2
7.8
5.6
1.8
36.6
4.3
19.6
10.3
6.1
1.3
.3
41.8
7.3
4.9
1.4
6.5
12.3
10.6
42.9
6.6
9.2
3.1
6.8
5.0
1.2
31.9
3.8
16.5
7.5
6.1
2.2
.1
36.1
.5
9.2
7.7
3.5
.6
.1
21.5
95.1
89.5
21.1
50.7
98.0
83.9
438.3
43.4
106.3
43.4
62.6
42.6
10.5
308.9
18.0
155.7
107.1
60.5
22.1
2.9
366.4
3.4
45.6
73.0
42.4
7.2
.7
172.2
114.4
95.9
96.2
31.0
113.0
182.7
144.3
663.1
77.2
122.9
60.0
95.0
56.9
10.6
422.6
31.0
214.1
141.4
91.5
17.5
1.8
497.2
7.2
78.5
111.1
47.8
5.2
1.4
25.3
66.6
26.1
2.7
249.8
122.1
7.7
3.6
24.2
13.8
8.9
2.6
.1
53.3
.8
10.5
10.8
5.2
.7
84.4
4.5
10.2
8.8
2.5
47.0
12.2
5.9
2.6
11.6
24.9
19.9
77.1
8.2
8.0
4.9
10.6
6.3
1.5
39.5
6.4
22.7
12.5
7.5
1.7
.3
51.1
1.2
9.7
10.9
5.3
.6
27.6
19.5
27.0
25.4
6.9
26.1
39.1
24.6
149.1
16.3
23.4
9.7
20.8
9.0
2.4
81.6
9.1
54.3
30.7
18.1
3.6
.1
115.9
2.3
24.8
23.2
9.0
1.0
9.0
16.7
6.9
60.3
32.8
28.1
36.5
12.0
37.0
69.8
54.0
237.4
15.5
28.7
14.6
27.2
13.6
2.8
102.4
9.9
63.1
42.6
25.5
3.2
.4
144.7
1.1
25.6
29.7
9.1
1.4
.3
11.2
16.7
7.4
.5
293.6
279.4
82.5
269.4
482.9
380.1
1,787.8
190.5
330.6
146.8
245.6
151.8
35.2
1,100.5
91.1
587.9
373.1
229.6
56.5
6.3
1,344.4
.8
.3
12.4
9.9
4.1
11.5
26.8
19.7
13.4
.1
--
.2
4.5
8.1
4.5
.3
17.6
.5
15.9
53.4
37.6
6.9
.1
.2
4.4
9.7
4.6
.1
27.9
19.0
-4.7
10.8
4.0
.1
-
.2
-
67.0
36.1
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
596.3
1,504.5
1,C85.2
974.8
722.0
422.6
5,305.4
1,631.3
5,552.5
4,843.0
3,526.5
1,821.2
896.2
18,270.8
1
I/
2.7
3.7
4.5
3.6
2.5
2.1
3.4
1
I__
I
I__
18.4
221.2
280.8
129.0
2.7
85.5
202.0
101.4
12.3
.2
404.0
18.5
.8
668.7
___1
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES DU NORD-OUEST.
- ZERO.
-- LESS THAN 50. - NCMBRE INFERIEUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNOED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDI VIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE
1___
PRES.
-
-
-
- 41 -
TABLE 8. HUSBAND-WIFE FAMILIES BY AGE OF HUSBAND BY AGE OF WIFE, CANADA j/ AND THE PROVINCES, JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 8. FAMILLES EPOUX-EPOUSE SELON L'AGE DE L'EPOUX, PAR L'AGE DE L'EPOUSE, CANADA 1/ ET PROVINCES, 1ER JUIN, 1978
PROVINCE AND AGE
GROUP OF HUSBAND
PROVINCE ET
GROUPE D.AGES DE L'EPOUX
AGE GROUP OF i,IFE - GROUPE D.AGES DE L.EPOUSE
TOTAL
HUSBAND-WIFE
FAMILIES
TOTAL DES
FAMILIES
EPOUX-EPOUSE
I__
I
I
I
I
I
15-24
I
I
I
I
25-34
35-44
1
I
10.2
36.4
24.2
19.5
16.9
12.5
119.8
.. .
1.7
6.6
4.8
4.1
4.1
4.0
25.2
13.9
46.8
34.7
31.3
28.9
26.2
181.8
10.4
42.6
28.8
25.6
22.7
19.8
150.0
82.2
398.8
308.5
266.0
199.3
145.4
1,400.1
..
107.1
504.1
419.2
394.4
302.7
227.4
1,954.9
13.2
57.9
44.5
42.6
37.8
35.6
231.6
16.6
49.2
39.3
39.2
35.1
35.4
214.9
..
8.7
8.7
.4
1.5
26.9
8.4
.7
.1
17.8
37.6
1.5
1.3
.2
-
I
55-64
I
65+
0.8
14.7
7.5
.7
.1
23.8
. 1
3.1
1.5
.2
7.0
4.8
- 21.7
50.5
- 1.3
20.9
10.6
.6
.2
33.6
9.3
8.7
.3
1.1
33.0
9.4
.7
.1
17.8
8.5
.6
12.9
8.5
.3
I
1
EN MILLIERS
5.3
1.4
.1
2.9
45-54
I
IN THOUSANDS
NFLD. - T.-N.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
P.E.I. - I. P.-E.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.S. - N.-E.
15-24
25-34.
35-44
45-54.
55-64
65+
TOTAL
N.B. - N.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
DUE.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ONT.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
MAN.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54.
55-64
65+
TOTAL
SASK.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ALTA. - ALB.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
B.C. - C.-B.
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
CANADA
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
I
I
I
0.7
10.7
6.0
0.6
9.1
5.2
)4.9
.4
17.9
_
_
.2
2.3
1.6
.1
4.3
1.8
18.9
10.3
.7
31.7
1.4
15.6
9.1
1.3
27.4
-
1.0
6.9
7.9
-
.2
2.2
1.4
3.8
.1
2.4
2.5
--
---
1.1
16.3
9.7
27.2
1.4
15.6
17.1
--
.7
11.7
8.0
20.5
.1
1.3
10.6
12.0
- 18.3
44.2
27.7
75.1
82.1
3.2
7.0
299.4
101.8
4.6
.3
.1
17.3
192.1
82.1
6.1
.3
298.0
-
_
-
11.1
166.3
70.9
5.6
253.8
.3
12.2
113.6
50.7
176.8
- 16.3
255.8
130.7
6.7
.5
410.0
.3
14.9
237.2
112.8
8.1
373.4
.3
.6
19.2
170.6
74.2
265.0
-
1.2
27.4
13.2
.9
.2
42.8
-
-
_
-
1.0
24.7
15.0
.9
_
1-60.5
413.0
98.8
110.4
3.5
8.3
376.7
144.4
7.0
.6
2-12.7
537.0
1.8
43.9
15.7
.9
.1
24.7
62.4
15.4
12.7
.1
1.3
35.5
13.3
-
.8
28.2
50.9
41.7
30.3
122.1
97.3
82.6
60.8
46.7
439.7
27.4
25.6
1.7
2.9
92.2
38.4
3.1
.3
4.0
53.9
27.0
2.2
54.7
136.9
87.2
31.1
141.9
125.9
110.7
92.2
85.6
587.5
26.8
26.3
1.6
.2
4.0
107.9
48.8
4.1
.2
.3
7.7
71.3
33.7
2.7
54.9
165.0
115.7
316.7
1,406.4
1,127.4
1,015.9
800.5
638.6
5,305.4
287.1
297.4
11.5
.3
596.3
29.1
1,057.6
393.3
22.6
1.9
1,504.5
.5
50.5
681.6
329.8
21.7
1.2
1,085.2
-
.3
12.0
144.5
156.9
.1
1.5
20.7
22.3
-
1.5
18.3
13.8
33.5
.1
3.3
48.5
26.3
2.9
81.0
-
.8
8.4
88.9
98.0
.1
2.1
23.3
13.5
39.0
1.0
26.3
11.9
1.1
40.4
1.2
21.8
14.6
1.3
38.9
_
-
.1
1.3
20.3
21.7
.1
.1
3.9
29.8
19.0
52.9
.1
2.1
24.8
27.0
-
-
.3
3.9
67.1
31.9
3.3
106.2
-
5.3
53.6
29.3
88.6
-
-
.5
39.5
614.7
295.3
24.9
974.8
.4
1.5
46.7
448.7
224.7
722.0
.3
3.8
53.0
57.1
--
__._
1___
1___
1/ NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIR ES DU NORD-OUEST.
ZERO
-- LESS THAN 50. - NCMBRE INFERIEUR A 50.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY RCUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NOMBRES ARRONDIS INDIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
1.8
33.1
387.7
422.6
- 42 -
TABLE 9. LONE PARENT FAMILIES BY SIZE, SHOWING SEX AND AGE GROUP OF HEAD, CANADA 1/ JUNE 1, 1978
TABLEAU 9. FAMILLES MONOPARENTALES SELON LA TAILLE PAR SEXE ET GROUPE D•AGES DU CHEF, CANADA 1/
SEX AND AGE GROUP OF HEAD
SEXE ET GROUPE CAGES DU
CHEF
TCTAL
LONE-PARENT
FAMILIES
PERSCNS
IN FAMILIES
AVERAGE SIZE
OF FAMILY
1
NUMBER OF PERSONS - NOMBRE DE PERSONNES
TAILLE
MOYENNE DES
FAMILLES
RERSONNES
DANS LES
FAMILLES
TOTAL DES
FAMILLES
MONOPARENTALES
2
3
4+
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
HOMMFS
-
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
ELBAIE
-
-
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
0.7
7.1
9.6
12.6
7.5
10.9
48.5
0.5
1.7
7.8
7.0
5.1
1.5
23.6
2.3
5.5
6.7
2.9
.6
18.0
2.4
2.9
3.3
3.0
2.5
2.2
2.8
31.0
53.7
31.3
48.2
39.2
48.6
252.1
11.6
46.5
37.4
27.7
11.3
9.7
144.3
2.2
27.3
41.1
27.1
7.3
1.8
106.8
2.4
2.9
3.3
3.0
2.6
2.2
2.8
31.8
60.8
40.9
60.8
46.7
59.5
300.5
12.1
48.2
45.2
34.7
16.4
11.2
167.9
2.2
29.6
46.6
33.9
10.2
2.3
124.7
1.2
11.0
22.9
26.3
15.5
13.0
90.0
2.9
29.0
67.2
78.9
43.2
28.8
250.1
2.4
2.6
2.9
3.0
2.8
2.2
2.8
44.9
127.6
109.8
103.0
57.8
60.0
503.1
105.9
367.2
364.5
307.4
146.1
133.6
1,424.6
46.1
138.6
132.7
129.4
73.3
73.0
593.1
108.8
396.2
431.7
386.3
189.4
162.4
1,674.7
I
EEEMES
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
TOTAL
IQIAL
I
1
IN THOUSANDS - EN MILLIERS
BALE
1ER JUIN 1978
allEiELLE
-I.
-I
1
I/
NOT INCLUDING YUKON AND NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. - SANS LE YUKON ET LES TERRITOIRES CU NCRO-OUEST.
ZERO.
NOTE: NUMBERS INDIVIDUALLY ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED. - NCMBRES ARFONOIS INCIVIDUELLEMENT A LA CENTAINE PRES.
Appendix IV
Appendice IV
Intercensal Estimates, June 1,
1971 to June 1, 1976
Estimations intercensitaires, 1 er juin
1971 au 1er juin 1976
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TABLE 1. Intercensall Estimates of Census Families for Canada and the Provinces, June 1, 1971' to June 1, 1976
TABLEAU 1. Estimations intercensitaires 1 des families de recensement pour le Canada et les provinces, ler juin 1971 au
ler juin 1976
Year
Annee
Canada 2
Newfoundland
Prince
Edward
Island
Nova
Scotia
New
Brunswick
TerreNeuve
Ile-duPrinceEdouard
Nouvelle-
Ecosse
NouveauBrunswick
Quebec
thousands - milliers
1971 3
5,042.6
108.0
24.2
179.6
139.7
1,353.7
1972
5,168.4
111.5
24.8
183.2
143.9
1,389.1
1973
5,299.9
115.0
25.4
188.1
148.4
1,427.4
1974
5,445.3
117.8
26.1
192.1
152.8
1,466.7
1975
5,588.6
121.2
26.9
196.4
157.6
1976 3
5,714.5
124.7
27.6
200.5
162.0
•,
-
- ' 1,505.9
1.540.4
British
Columbia
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
1971 3
1,877.1
234.6
214.8
380.2
530.8
1972
1,922.0
237.3
214.4
391.1
551.1
1973
1,965.5
240.7
214.4
402.5
572.5
1974
2,018.6
245.1
215.9
413.5
596.7
1975
2,065.2
248.6
220.2
430.5
616.1
1976 3
2,104.5
252.0
225.7
448.8
628.4
ColombieBritannique
Estimates derived by using data from the censuses preceding and following the year in question. These estimates replace the postcensal
estimates for those years which were previously published in Catalogue 91-204.
1 Estimations obtenues en tenant compte des resultats des deux recensements encadrant l'annee consideree. Elles remplacent les estimations postcensitaires qui ont paru precedemment dans les publications annuelles no 91-204 au catalogue pour les memes annees.
2 Excludes the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
2 Sans le Yukon et les Territoires du Nord-Ouest.
3 1971 and 1976: Census data.
3 1971 et 1976: donnees des recensements de 1971 et de 1976 respectivement.
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PUBLICATIONS PORTANT SUR LES ESTIMATIONS ET LES PROJECTIONS DFMOGRAPHIQUES
Catalogue
SEP 15 1980
by Sex and Age for Canada and the Provinces, 1971-1976,0., Bil.
91-519 Revised Annual Estimates' of Population
by Marital Status, Age and Sex for Canada
and the Provinces, 1971-1976,0., Bil.
91-521 Revised Annual Estimates of Population
for Census Divisions, 1971-1976,0., Bil.
Estimations
91-001 Estimations trimestrielles de la population du
Canada et des provinces, T., Bil.
91-201 Estimations de la population du Canada et des provinces, A., Bil.
.91-202 Estimations de population selon le sexe et l'age,
Canada et provinces, A., Bil.
91-203 Estimations de la population suivant l'etat matrimonial, rage et le sexe, Canada et provinces, A.,
Bil.
91-204 Estimations des familles pour le Canada et les provinces, A., Bil.
91-206 Estimations de la population par division de recensement, A., Bil.
91-207 Estimations de la population des regions metropolitaines de recensement du Canada, A., Bil.
91-208 Les migrations internationales et interprovinciales
au Canada, A., Bil.
91-512 Revision des estimations annuelles de la population par sexe et par groupe d'ages, Canada et provinces, 1921-1971, H.S., Bil.
91-513 Estimations revisees de la population par comte et
par division de recensement, 1967 a 1970, H.S.,
Bil.
91-518 Revision des estimations annuelles de la population selon le sexe et rage, Canada et provinces,
1971-1976, H.S., Bil.
91-519 Revision des estimations annuelles de la population suivant l'etat matrimonial, rage et le sexe,
Canada et provinces, 1971-1976, H.S., Bil.
91-521 Estimations annuelles revisees de la population des
divisions de recensement, 1971-1976, H.S., Bil.
Projections Publications
91 516 Technical Report on Population Projections for Canada and the Provinces, 1972 2001,0., Bil.
91-517 Household and Family Projections for
Canada and the Provinces to 2001,0., Bil.
91-520 Population Projections for Canada and the
Provinces, 1976 - 2001,0., Bil.
Projections
91 516 Rapport technique sur les projections demographiques pour le Canada et les provinces, 1972-2001,
H.S., Bil.
91-517 Projections des ménages et des families pour le
Canada et les provinces jusqu'en 2001, H.S., Bil.
91-520 Projections demographiques pour le Canada et les
provinces 1976 - 2001, H.S., Bil.
Selected Non-catalogued Publications
(Forthcoming)
1. Fertility Projections for Canada and the
Provinces, 1976-1991, E.
2. Revised Mortality Projections for Canada
and the Provinces, 1971-1986, E.
3. Migration Projections for Canada and the
Provinces, 1976-1991, E.
Publications ne figurant pas au catalogue
(a paraitre)
1. Projections de la fecondite Canada et provinces,
1976-1991, F.
2. Projections revisees de la mortality pour le Canada
et les provinces, 1971-1986, F.
3. Projections de la migration pour le Canada et les
provinces, 1976-1991, F.
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