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In 2020, the proportion of families with rental income is highest in Vancouver, followed by Victoria

Vancouver Victoria Toronto Kelowna Montréal Saguenay Calgary Guelph Saskatoon Ottawa–Gatineau Lethbridge Abbotsford–Mission Sherbrooke St. John's Trois-Rivières Edmonton Kingston Québec Peterborough Barrie Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo St. Catharines–Niagara Greater Sudbury Hamilton Regina Thunder Bay London Oshawa Belleville Brantford Windsor Winnipeg Halifax Saint John Moncton 0 5 10 15 %
Source(s):
Annual Income Estimates for Census Families and Individuals (T1 Family File) (4105), custom tabulation.

Chart description


This is a bar clustered chart.

In 2020, the proportion of families with rental income is highest in Vancouver, followed by Victoria
  %
Vancouver 11.2
Victoria 10.4
Toronto 9.8
Kelowna 9.4
Montréal 9.1
Saguenay 8.8
Calgary 8.7
Guelph 8.4
Saskatoon 8.3
Ottawa–Gatineau 7.9
Lethbridge 7.7
Abbotsford–Mission 7.6
Sherbrooke 7.4
St. John's 7.4
Trois-Rivières 7.2
Edmonton 7.0
Kingston 7.0
Québec 7.0
Peterborough 6.8
Barrie 6.6
Kitchener–Cambridge–Waterloo 6.6
St. Catharines–Niagara 6.4
Greater Sudbury 6.3
Hamilton 6.2
Regina 6.1
Thunder Bay 6.0
London 5.9
Oshawa 5.9
Belleville 5.8
Brantford 5.4
Windsor 5.4
Winnipeg 4.9
Halifax 4.4
Saint John 3.5
Moncton 3.3
Source(s):
Annual Income Estimates for Census Families and Individuals (T1 Family File) (4105), custom tabulation.
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