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2016 Census of Canada - Selected Characteristics for Senior Housing - Vancouver CMA at the Census Tract (CT) Level [custom tabulation] Statistics Canada


This dataset includes one table which draws upon data from the 2016 Census of Canada for the Vancouver CMA. The table is a custom order and contains characteristics pertaining to senior's housing. </p>

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). <br /> For information on how to use Beyond 20/20, please see: <br /> http://odesi2.scholarsportal.info/documentation/Beyond2020/beyond20-quickstart.pdf <br /> https://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Beyond_20/20_Guide </p>

Geography: Province of British Columbia, Vancouver CMA to the CT level</p>

Structural Type:<br /> -Single detached house<br /> -Apartment in a building with five or more stories<br /> -Other attached dwellings<br /> -Movable dwellings</p>

Family Characteristics of Seniors:<br /> -Seniors living alone<br /> -Seniors living in private households with two or more persons<br /> -Living in a couple (married or common-law)<br /> -Without a son or daughter present<br /> -With a son or daughter present<br /> -Not living as a couple, with a son or daughter present<br /> -Living with other relative or non-relatives only</p>

Tenure:<br /> -Owner (with and without mortgage)<br /> -Renter<br /> -Subsidized housing<br /> -Not subsidized housing</p>

Total Income: Median and average total income</p>

Age of Seniors: 5 year age cohorts starting at 65 and ending at 85 years and over</p>

Housing Indicators<br /> -Adequacy: Major repairs needed<br /> -Suitability: Not suitable<br /> -Affordability: 30% or more of household income is spent on shelter costs<br /> -Adequacy, suitability or affordability</p>

Original file name:<br /> CRO0175136_SX.1.ivt</p>

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