The difference between the Statistics Canada housing indicators regarding non-residents
The title of the infographic is "The difference between the Statistics Canada housing indicators regarding non-residents"
The infographic lists and defines the two classifications under the variable "residency status of residential property": residency ownership and residency participation. Residency ownership is defined as follows: when the majority of owners are residents of Canada, a property is considered resident owned. The opposite is also true. In the case of a tie, a property is considered resident owned. Residency participation is defined as follows: non-resident participation occurs when a property has at least one non-resident owner.
The infographic also shows five different combinations of resident and non-resident owners for a given property when there are two or more owners. The difference between the two indicators is illustrated in the infographic.
In the legend, the colour green is assigned to resident owners and the colour orange is assigned to non-resident owners.