UBC Research Data

2006 Census of Canada - Selected Characteristics for Housing - Vancouver, Toronto CMAs at the Census Tract (CT) Level [custom tabulation] 004 Statistics Canada

Description

This dataset includes two tables which were custom ordered from Statistics Canada. One table includes variables on housing characteristics (condominium status, total number of bedrooms, structural type and tenure), and households (household size, household type, age of primary household maintainer). One table includes information on shelter cost to income ratio and total shelter cost by tenure, household type, and household income.

The dataset is in Beyond 20/20 (.ivt) format. The Beyond 20/20 browser is required in order to open it. This software can be freely downloaded from the Statistics Canada website:
https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/public/beyond20-20 (Windows only).
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http://odesi2.scholarsportal.info/documentation/Beyond2020/beyond20-quickstart.pdf
https://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Beyond_20/20_Guide

Custom order from Statistics Canada

TABLE 3 includes the following dimensions and variables:

Geography: Toronto CMA & Vancouver CMA to the census tract level

Age of Household maintainer: Age groups are divided into 9 year intervals starting at age 15 and ending at category 75 and above

Condominium status: Condominium, not a condominium

Tenure: Owner, renter

Household size: From one person up to 5 or more persons

Structural type:
-Single detached house
-Apartment with 5 or more stories
-Other dwelling
-Semi-detached house
-Row house
-Apartment, detached duplex
-Apartment, building with fewer than 5 stories
-Other single attached house
-Movable dwelling

Total number of bedrooms: From no bedrooms to 4 or more bedrooms

Household type:
-Census-family households
-With children
-Without children
-Multiple census-family households
-Non-census family household

TABLE 4 includes the following dimensions and variables:

Geography: Toronto CMA, Vancouver CMA

Total Shelter cost: under $500 to over $3000 in intervals ranging from $250 to $500

Tenure: Owner (with and without mortgage), renter

Household type:
-Census-family households
-One-family households
-Couple family households
-With children
-Without children
-Lone-parent households
-Multiple census-family households
-Non-census-family households
-One person households
-Two person households

Shelter cost to income ratio: less than 15%, 15-30%, 30-50%, 50% or more, not applicable

Household income: in intervals of 10,000 up to the category of $100,000 or more

Original file name:
EO2969 - Table 3 Tenure and dwelling_Toronto and Vancouver 2006.ivt
EO2969 - Table 4 (Part 1) Cost income household_Toronto and Vancouver_2006.ivt

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