Characteristics of individuals, After-tax low income status of tax filers and dependants based on Census Family Low Income Measure (CFLIM-AT), by family type and family type composition
This table is based on the updated methodology for the census family low income measures.
According to the Census Family Low Income Measure (CFLIM-AT), the information as outlined below is available for persons in low-income family units (including size 1), census families, couple families, lone-parent families, and persons not in census families:
- Number of persons within family units (including size 1), census families, couple families, lone-parent families, and persons not in census families by number of children and total
- Number of persons 0 to 17 years of age by number of children within a census family and total
- Number of persons 18 to 64 years of age by number of children within a census family and total
- Number of persons 65 years of age and over by number of children within a census family and total
For information as outlined above for number of persons in low-income according to the Census Family Low Income Measure (CFLIM-AT) the percentage of persons in low income and average low-income gap ratio (percent) is also included.
Includes data as of 2004.
Web Table 11-10-0018-01 (formerly CANSIM Table 111-0046)
For more information on these tables, see the Technical Reference Guide.
This table is available for Census Subdivision geographies. Due to the relatively poor quality of the coverage for some CSDs (mostly in rural areas and low population areas), T1FF data at the CSD level should be used with caution. Refer to the T1FF/population count comparison table to determine the quality of coverage.
Starting with 2019 data, the majority of the T1FF tables (Family, Individual and Senior tables) will include data for Census Subdivision geographies. Records with Census Subdivision level data are indicated in the "Level of geo" column with the value 71. If you are using Census Subdivision level data from the T1FF, please consult the "T1FF_CSD_Quality_Note.docx" document included in the file package. The included Excel file provides a comparison between intercensal population estimates and the T1FF population estimates. The difference between these values should inform the user as to whether T1FF data at the CSD is reliable or not.