Although married families are the most common family type in Canada, Quebec and the Northern Territories have a smaller percentage. In 2001, only 58.2% of families in Quebec were married families, while 25.2% were common-law.
What is the most common family form in Canada?
Overview of census familiesOverview of census families100.0%Couple families (married or common-law; opposite-sex or same-sex)83.7%Without childrenNote 144.5%With childrenNote 239.2%Intact34.3%5 more rows•23 Jul 2018
Is the nuclear family the most common in Canada?
For the first time, Statistics Canada says there are more people living alone in Canada than there are couples with children. One-person households now make up 27.6 per cent of all homes, a three-fold increase since 1961 that is especially notable in Quebec.
What is the average child per family in Canada?
2. Canadas fertility rate is 1.66 children per women, which is just below the OECD average of 1.74, and well below the population replacement rate (2.1). 4. The size of the average household in Canada is 2.5, just below the OECD average of 2.6 persons per household.
What is the average Canadian household?
2.9 people Canada: average family size 2000-2018 This statistic shows the average number of people per family in Canada from 2000 to 2018. The average Canadian household in 2018 consisted of 2.9 people, compared to 3.0 people in 2000.
What is the average number of people per household in Canada?
2.9 people Canada: average family size 2000-2018 The average Canadian household in 2018 consisted of 2.9 people, compared to 3.0 people in 2000.
How much does the average Canadian spend on household items per month?
The most recent statistics from Statistics Canada indicate that Canadian households spend CAN$86,070 for a years household expenses or CAN$7,172 a month.
What does the average Canadian spend?
SDMXCanada7 (map)Average expenditure per householdDollarsTotal expenditure82,69786,479Total current consumption60,51663,94439 more rows