Core Housing Need
Aboriginal Households

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Vancouver — Aboriginal Households (Households in Core Housing Need)

  Aboriginal Households Non-Aboriginal Households Total
Vancouver 7,590 149,215 156,810
Ambleside 10 565 580
Anmore/Belcarra/Metro Vancouver North 0 70 75
Capital Hill/Brentwood 70 1,995 2,065
Cedar Cottage 130 2,035 2,165
Central Lonsdale 45 1,315 1,365
Central Park 60 2,035 2,095
Cloverdale/Fleetwood 265 4,465 4,730
Collingwood 85 1,795 1,875
Coquitlam East 100 4,260 4,365
Coquitlam West 185 3,925 4,110
Deer Lake 30 1,120 1,150
Downtown 55 1,315 1,375
Downtown Central 120 3,525 3,650
Downtown Eastside/Strathcona 650 3,270 3,920
Downtown North 20 2,020 2,040
Dundrave/West Vancouver Remainder 25 1,690 1,715
Edmonds 115 2,225 2,340
English Bay 60 1,935 1,995
Fraser View/Killarny 180 4,130 4,305
Guildford 230 3,740 3,970
Hastings/Sunrise/Grandview/Woodlands 725 5,165 5,890
Kerrisdale 15 945 960
Kitsilano/Point Grey North 55 1,665 1,715
Kitsilano/Point Grey South 40 1,525 1,570
Ladner 65 845 905
Langley CY 220 2,500 2,725
Langley DM 290 3,895 4,185
Lonsdale East 35 1,130 1,160
Lonsdale North 10 815 820
Lonsdale West 20 1,170 1,190
Maple Ridge 290 3,710 4,005
Marpole Remainder 20 950 970
Marpole South 55 1,325 1,375
Metrotown 45 2,625 2,670
Mount Pleasant 215 2,590 2,810
New Westminster East 75 1,405 1,475
New Westminster West 45 600 645
Newton 430 7,990 8,415
North Delta 120 2,135 2,255
North False Creek 125 2,060 2,185
North Vancouver DM East 60 1,750 1,810
North Vancouver DM West 35 1,260 1,295
Pitt Meadows 25 785 820
Point Grey 20 680 705
Port Coquitlam 270 2,840 3,115
Port Moody 40 1,300 1,340
Renfrew 70 1,405 1,475
Richmond City Centre 20 5,090 5,110
Richmond East 35 2,990 3,025
Richmond South 50 2,505 2,550
Richmond West 50 2,540 2,590
Riley Park 25 905 925
Sea Island 0 25 25
South Cambie 15 525 535
South False Creek 25 1,270 1,300
South Granville 50 1,655 1,700
South Surrey 115 2,940 3,060
Southeast Burnaby South 35 1,455 1,490
Sunset 115 3,565 3,675
Surrey City Centre 85 1,720 1,810
Tsawwassen 45 845 890
University Endowment Lands 25 800 825
University/Lougheed 120 2,940 3,060
Uptown 170 2,755 2,920
West End/Stanley Park North 10 445 455
West End/Stanley Park South 40 850 890
Westside Heights 70 1,705 1,775
Westside/Kerrisdale Remainder 15 2,290 2,305
Whalley 540 5,215 5,750
White Rock 100 1,675 1,770
Notes:
  • Data include all non-farm, non-band, non-reserve private households reporting positive incomes and shelter cost-to-income ratios less than 100 per cent.
  • A household is in core housing need if its housing does not meet one or more standards for housing adequacy (repair), suitability (crowding), or affordability and if it would have to spend 30 per cent or more of its before-tax income to pay the median rent (including utilities) of appropriately sized alternative local market housing. Adequate housing does not require any major repairs, according to residents. Suitable housing has enough bedrooms for the size and make-up of resident households. Affordable housing costs less than 30 per cent of before-tax household income.
  • An Aboriginal household is one of the following: i) a non-family household in which at least 50 per cent of household members self-identified as Aboriginal people; or ii) a family household that meets at least one of two criteria: a) at least one spouse, common-law partner, or lone parent self-identified as an Aboriginal person; or b) at least 50 per cent of household members self-identified as Aboriginal people.