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2001 Census Housing Series: Issue 4 Revised — Canada's Metropolitan Areas
The 2001 Census reveals that about two-thirds of all Canadians live in 27 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) with populations of 100,000 or more. Housing conditions improved somewhat in that time, with 14.7% of all measurable households being in core housing need, vs. 16.7% in 1996. For renters, who make up one-third of households, but 72.2% of households in core housing need, the picture is not so good. Recent immigrants and Aboriginal households also report disproportionately high levels of core housing need in relation to number of households. This research also contains several detailed tables of CMA data.
Série sur le logement selon les données du Recensement de 2001 : numéro 4 révisé – régions métropolitaines du Canada
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