Private Household Size and Type Census 2006
Datanote: In some cases, the census subdivision boundary does not match the municipal boundary. To provide a more representative estimate of demography in this geographic area, the census subdivisions of Two and One-Half Mile Village (6001034), Two Mile Village (6001033), Upper Liard (6001032), and Watson Lake (6001003) were combined.
|Total number of private households by household size - 100% data||485|
|4 to 5 persons||85|
|6 or more persons||25|
|Number of persons in private households||1,190|
|Average number of persons in private households||2.5|
|Total number of private households by household type - 20% sample data||485|
Last Updated: 2017-04-06
Footnote: A value of "0" in any given cell represents one of the following: 1) value is actually zero; 2) value may be random rounded to zero; or 3) value is more than zero but is suppressed for confidentiality reasons. Private household size is based on 100% data. Private household type is based on 20% data. Values have been subjected to a confidentiality procedure known as random rounding. For Statistics Canada's definition of terms, click here..
Source: Statistics Canada. 2008. Profile for Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions, 2006 Census (table). Cumulative Electronic Profiles. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 95F0495XCB01001. Ottawa. May 01, 2008. Version modified July 29,2008. http://www12.statcan.ca/english/census06/data/profiles/release/ListProducts.cfm?Temporal=2006&APATH=3&THEME=81&PTYPE=89103&GRP=1(accessed November 7, 2008). Statistics Canada. 2009. 2006 Semi-custom Profile of Yukon CSD Aggregations, 2006 Census (table). CRO0104245. Ottawa. March 17, 2009.