Living alone in Canada: CS98-811/1981-PDF

demographic and economic perspectives, 1951-1976 /

"During the 25 years between 1951 and 1976, one of the most profound changes in the household characteristics of Canadians was the tremendous increase in the number of people residing alone. The number of one-person households in Canada rose from 250,000 to approximately 1.2 million. ..."--Pref.

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Department/Agency Statistics Canada. Housing and Social Characteristics Staff.
Title Living alone in Canada
Subtitle demographic and economic perspectives, 1951-1976 /
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Electronic
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Note Digitized edition from print [produced by Statistics Canada]. Issued by Statistics Canada, Social Statistics Field, Housing and Social Characteristics Staff. "June 1981."
Date 1981.
Number of Pages 67 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • CS98-811/1981-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number 8-1200-514
Subject Terms Census data, Housing