Population, Households and Housing Stock
Structure Type

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Canada — Structure Type

  Single-Detached Semi-Detached Row Duplex Low-Rise Apt. High-Rise Apt. Other Total
Canada 7,541,550 897,640 706,125 771,665 2,539,315 1,390,780 225,005 14,072,075
Newfoundland and Labrador 160,245 10,470 8,890 24,870 11,640 785 1,775 218,675
Prince Edward Island 41,185 2,230 3,360 950 9,050 55 2,635 59,470
Nova Scotia 263,460 10,180 20,425 12,355 58,405 21,400 15,770 401,990
New Brunswick 221,515 9,160 12,435 13,080 44,260 3,985 15,335 319,775
Quebec 1,602,675 93,975 190,045 264,055 1,154,940 187,155 38,810 3,531,665
Ontario 2,807,425 463,425 292,985 170,405 522,755 887,045 25,135 5,169,175
Manitoba 331,415 17,325 15,955 6,770 67,200 39,165 11,225 489,050
Saskatchewan 314,405 18,585 12,860 9,130 57,125 10,525 9,985 432,625
Alberta 946,225 116,400 87,740 42,110 223,365 62,515 49,325 1,527,675
British Columbia 830,595 150,375 58,420 226,785 385,130 177,510 53,155 1,881,970
Yukon Territories 9,430 940 1,165 595 1,765 60 1,260 15,215
Northwest Territories 8,625 1,610 965 385 2,380 455 555 14,980
Nunavut 4,350 2,960 880 175 1,305 110 40 9,820
Notes:
  • Where band housing is present, total dwelling counts are larger than the sum of owned and rented dwellings.
  • Other dwellings comprise other single-attached houses, mobile homes, and other movable dwellings.
  • Low-rise refers to apartments in buildings with fewer than 5 storeys
  • High-rise refers to apartments in buildings with 5 or more storeys