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2001 Census Housing Series: Issue 12 — Housing Conditions of Visible Minority Households in Canada
This highlight examines housing conditions of visible minority households in Canada. In 2001, these households made up 10.1% of Canadian households, and nearly all of them lived in the country's largest cities, the Census Metropolitan Areas. Visible minority households experienced crowding and affordability problems and were in core housing need nearly twice as often as non-visible minority households. This difference was only partially related to visible minority status. It also resulted, in part, from geographic concentration in Canada's largest, most expensive cities.
Série sur le logement selon les données du recensement de 2001 : Numéro 12 – Conditions de logement des ménages faisant partie des minorités visibles au Canada
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