1.9 million Canadian households live in condos, census data shows
October 25, 2017
According to data from the 2016 census released Wednesday, 13.3 per cent of Canadian households live in a condominium — a ratio that has increased by 1.2 percentage points from the last census five years ago.
Statistics Canada says almost 1.9 million Canadian households were living in condominiums as of 2016. Among that group, just over two-thirds were owners, while 616,570 Canadians rented them.
As is to be expected, there is wide variety across the country when it comes to the popularity of condos as a choice of places to live.
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