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Vancouver — Household Type - Lone-parent Households (Households in Core Housing Need)

  Female Lone-Parent Male Lone-Parent Total Lone- Parent Households Total
Vancouver 23,485 3,745 27,235 156,810
Ambleside 35 20 50 580
Anmore/Belcarra/Metro Vancouver North 15 0 15 75
Capital Hill/Brentwood 260 60 320 2,065
Cedar Cottage 355 80 435 2,165
Central Lonsdale 130 15 145 1,365
Central Park 300 20 325 2,095
Cloverdale/Fleetwood 905 115 1,025 4,730
Collingwood 360 20 385 1,875
Coquitlam East 760 115 880 4,365
Coquitlam West 655 140 795 4,110
Deer Lake 210 40 250 1,150
Downtown 145 45 190 1,375
Downtown Central 195 20 220 3,650
Downtown Eastside/Strathcona 230 45 280 3,920
Downtown North 160 40 205 2,040
Dundrave/West Vancouver Remainder 200 50 255 1,715
Edmonds 395 55 445 2,340
English Bay 90 10 100 1,995
Fraser View/Killarny 840 125 970 4,305
Guildford 740 115 855 3,970
Hastings/Sunrise/Grandview/Woodlands 725 160 885 5,890
Kerrisdale 140 30 170 960
Kitsilano/Point Grey North 105 15 115 1,715
Kitsilano/Point Grey South 115 35 145 1,570
Ladner 175 30 205 905
Langley CY 450 60 515 2,725
Langley DM 780 110 890 4,185
Lonsdale East 210 45 250 1,160
Lonsdale North 125 10 140 820
Lonsdale West 165 45 205 1,190
Maple Ridge 905 120 1,025 4,005
Marpole Remainder 160 30 185 970
Marpole South 145 10 155 1,375
Metrotown 360 85 445 2,670
Mount Pleasant 220 50 275 2,810
New Westminster East 180 70 250 1,475
New Westminster West 110 20 130 645
Newton 1,535 195 1,730 8,415
North Delta 415 85 500 2,255
North False Creek 165 20 185 2,185
North Vancouver DM East 360 65 420 1,810
North Vancouver DM West 185 50 240 1,295
Pitt Meadows 175 50 225 820
Point Grey 55 0 60 705
Port Coquitlam 645 80 725 3,115
Port Moody 260 30 285 1,340
Renfrew 265 55 325 1,475
Richmond City Centre 830 95 930 5,110
Richmond East 460 95 555 3,025
Richmond South 405 65 470 2,550
Richmond West 395 60 455 2,590
Riley Park 115 15 125 925
Sea Island 10 0 10 25
South Cambie 55 10 70 535
South False Creek 125 20 140 1,300
South Granville 125 10 140 1,700
South Surrey 510 75 585 3,060
Southeast Burnaby South 255 20 275 1,490
Sunset 635 85 720 3,675
Surrey City Centre 270 45 315 1,810
Tsawwassen 150 10 165 890
University Endowment Lands 195 40 230 825
University/Lougheed 535 60 595 3,060
Uptown 285 70 355 2,920
West End/Stanley Park North 10 0 10 455
West End/Stanley Park South 50 0 55 890
Westside Heights 255 30 290 1,775
Westside/Kerrisdale Remainder 380 35 420 2,305
Whalley 1,125 195 1,320 5,750
White Rock 170 20 190 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.
  • Family households include at least one census family (a couple with or without children or a lone-parent family). These households may include members who are not part of the census family.