Core Housing Need
Aboriginal Households

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Vancouver — Aboriginal Households (Households Tested for Core Housing Need)

  Aboriginal Households Non-Aboriginal Households Total
Vancouver 30,400 859,015 889,415
Ambleside 25 2,165 2,185
Anmore/Belcarra/Metro Vancouver North 20 1,400 1,420
Capital Hill/Brentwood 330 11,805 12,140
Cedar Cottage 380 11,335 11,720
Central Lonsdale 150 5,095 5,250
Central Park 190 8,310 8,500
Cloverdale/Fleetwood 1,675 35,680 37,360
Collingwood 220 8,310 8,530
Coquitlam East 710 24,430 25,135
Coquitlam West 845 21,700 22,550
Deer Lake 190 7,770 7,960
Downtown 335 6,935 7,270
Downtown Central 480 13,135 13,620
Downtown Eastside/Strathcona 1,065 8,335 9,400
Downtown North 290 13,715 14,005
Dundrave/West Vancouver Remainder 165 13,890 14,055
Edmonds 295 8,525 8,820
English Bay 225 8,185 8,405
Fraser View/Killarny 465 21,750 22,215
Guildford 710 17,310 18,015
Hastings/Sunrise/Grandview/Woodlands 1,785 24,565 26,345
Kerrisdale 50 4,150 4,205
Kitsilano/Point Grey North 290 10,765 11,055
Kitsilano/Point Grey South 215 10,835 11,050
Ladner 380 8,685 9,065
Langley CY 775 10,730 11,505
Langley DM 2,080 37,550 39,625
Lonsdale East 220 6,915 7,135
Lonsdale North 70 3,370 3,440
Lonsdale West 210 6,995 7,205
Maple Ridge 1,705 27,405 29,110
Marpole Remainder 75 4,940 5,010
Marpole South 160 3,830 3,990
Metrotown 200 9,975 10,170
Mount Pleasant 620 12,445 13,070
New Westminster East 390 8,515 8,900
New Westminster West 180 4,775 4,955
Newton 1,490 44,710 46,200
North Delta 670 16,470 17,145
North False Creek 330 12,375 12,705
North Vancouver DM East 460 17,520 17,985
North Vancouver DM West 215 11,300 11,515
Pitt Meadows 295 6,605 6,905
Point Grey 75 4,595 4,670
Port Coquitlam 1,000 20,025 21,025
Port Moody 420 11,905 12,330
Renfrew 205 7,685 7,895
Richmond City Centre 130 17,150 17,280
Richmond East 200 16,590 16,795
Richmond South 190 15,955 16,145
Richmond West 265 15,150 15,410
Riley Park 185 6,415 6,605
Sea Island 10 300 305
South Cambie 80 3,620 3,700
South False Creek 240 9,950 10,190
South Granville 275 10,330 10,605
South Surrey 825 27,495 28,325
Southeast Burnaby South 110 7,685 7,795
Sunset 385 18,635 19,020
Surrey City Centre 320 6,265 6,585
Tsawwassen 205 8,110 8,320
University Endowment Lands 75 4,120 4,195
University/Lougheed 555 16,580 17,135
Uptown 555 9,365 9,920
West End/Stanley Park North 60 2,070 2,125
West End/Stanley Park South 80 3,125 3,205
Westside Heights 280 10,965 11,245
Westside/Kerrisdale Remainder 165 16,235 16,400
Whalley 1,520 24,370 25,885
White Rock 355 9,115 9,465
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.