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1971 Census: User summary tapes (basic summary tabulations)

General documentation

Enumeration area, short form

Demographic file 1 (A1DEM001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: population by age groups (8) by sex (3)
    • Table 3: population by marital status (5) by sex (3)
    • Table 4: population by mother tongue (9) by sex (3)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Demographic file 2 (A1DEM002)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: population by single years (101) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)

Family file (A1FAM001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: count of total families
    • Table 2: families by age of head (6)
    • Table 3: families by number of persons (9) and average number of persons per family
    • Table 4: families by number of unmarried children (aged 0-24 years) (11) and average number of children per family
    • Table 5: families by type (5)
    • Table 6: families by marital status (7) by sex of head (2)
    • Table 7: family heads by mother tongue (5)
    • Table 8: non-family persons by household status (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 9: non-family persons by mother tongue (6)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)

Household file (A1HHD001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: count of total households
    • Table 2: households by type (12)
    • Table 3: households by number of persons (11) and average number of persons per household
    • Table 4: households by number of families (6) and average number of families per household
    • Table 5: households by number of lodgers (7) and average number of lodgers per household
    • Table 6: head of household by sex (2) by age (8)
    • Table 7: head of household by sex (2)
    • Table 8: head of household by marital status (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • SPSS syntax file (.sps) Note: the syntax file was created using an old version of SPSS, you will need to make some edits before it will run.
  • Data

Housing file (A1HSG001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: count of total dwellings
    • Table 2: dwellings by tenure (2)
    • Table 3: dwellings by type (4)
    • Table 4: dwellings by number of rooms (8) and average number of rooms per dwelling
    • Table 5: dwellings by water supply (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by bath facilities (3)
    • Table 7: dwellings by toilet facilities (3)
    • Table 8: dwellings by number of persons per room (2) and average number of persons per room
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • SPSS syntax file (.sps) Note: the syntax file was created using an old version of SPSS, you will need to make some edits before it will run.
  • Data
  • User notes: Regarding tables 7 and 8 in a1hsg001: response errors have been: identified in the data contained in the above noted tables related to water supply, bath facilities and toilet facilities. It appears that some householders reported having exclusive use of bath and toilet facilities even though they had no piped running water in their dwellings - a prerequisite for such facilities by census definition. This response error was not detected by census editing and checking procedures.

    The data affected by this error are those showing bath facilities and toilet facilities, that is, the fields showing exclusive use of bath and no bath (none). Corrected figures for Canada total indicate 5,272,130 for dwellings with total bath facilities, 5,474,010 for exclusive use of bath and 462,380 for 'none'. The first two were high by a figure of 12,385 while the 'none' field was low by 12,385.

    For water supply, the error, it will be noted, is extremely small, less than 0.3% in all three cases, the distribution of this error is considered to be random, therefore, no revision will be made to the tapes. Users may use the percentage factors indicated to adjust data if they feel it is necessary. Users specifically interested in the percentage factor can obtain reasonable estimates by applying the factor of 4.5% to increase the figures shown on the tapes as it is assumed that the error is randomly distributed.

Enumeration area, long form

Demographic file 1 (A2DEM001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by birthplace (10) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: immigrants by period of immigration (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: Canadian born population by b1rthplace of parents (4) by sex (2) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: population by country of citizenship (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population by ethnic groups (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population by religious denominations (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 8: population by language spoken at home (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 9: population by official language (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data

Demographic file 2 (A2DEM002)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population aged 15 and over by school attendance (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by schooling level (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by schooling level (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 15 and over with some schooling by province where highest grade was attended (13) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: population aged 15 and over by post secondary school years (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population aged 15 and over by university degree (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population aged 15 and over by vocational training (3) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • SPSS syntax file (.sps) Note: the syntax file was created using an old version of SPSS, you will need to make some edits before it will run.
  • Data

Demographic file 3 (A2DEM003)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population aged 5 and over by migration status (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 5 and over by number of intermunicipal moves (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population ever married by age when first married (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: women ever married by number of children born alive (7) by present age of mother (3)
    • Table 5: men aged 35 and over by war service (4)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • SPSS syntax file (.sps) Note: the syntax file was created using an old version of SPSS, you will need to make some edits before it will run.
  • Data

Economic file 1 (A2ECN001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: male population aged 15 and over by income (2)
    • Table 2: males aged 15 and over who worked in 1970. by employment income (2)
    • Table 3: male wage earners in labour force by wage and salary income (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: labour force by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population aged 15 and over by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: labour force by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 8: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (81 by sex (2)
    • Table 9: labour force by level of schooling (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 10: population aged 15 and over by labour force status (12) by sex (2)
    • Table 11: experienced labour force by class of worker (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 12: experienced labour force by occupation (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 13: experienced labour force by industry (12) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Economic file 2 (A2ECN002)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population aged 15 and over by total income in 1970 (7) by sex (3)
    • Table 2: average total income (2) by sex (3)
    • Table 3: census families by income (7)
    • Table 4: average income (2) of census families
    • Table 5: population aged 15 and over by employment income in 1970 (7) by sex (3)
    • Table 6: average employment income (2) by sex (3)
    • Table 7: percentage of total income by employment income (6)
    • Table 8: heads of census families by income in 1970 (7)
    • Table 9: average income (2) of heads of census families
    • Table 10: percentage of census family income by income of head (6)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Family file (A2FAM001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total families
    • Table 2 (part 1): families by children by age of unmarried children (0-24 years) (5) by work or school activity if aged 15 or more (3)
    • Table 2 (part 2): average number of children per family
    • Table 3: family income (aggregate and average)
    • Table 4: families by number of income recipients (6)
    • Table 5: family heads by schooling level (9)
    • Table 6: family heads by official language (4)
    • Table 7: income of family heads (aggregate and average)
    • Table 8: family heads by occupation (18)
    • Table 9: total non-family persons
    • Table 10: income of non-family persons (aggregate and average)
    • Table 11: non-family persons by official language (4)
    • Table 12: non-family persons by occupation (18)
    • Table 13: income of households, from all sources (aggregate and average)
    • Table 14: income of economic families (aggregate and average)
    • Table 15: income of non-economic family persons (aggregate and average)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Households file (A2HHD001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Households by income groups (7)
    • Table 2: Average household income
    • Table 3: Income (7) of household heads
    • Table 4: Average - head of household with income
    • Table 5: Economic families by income groups
    • Table 6: Average income - all economic families
    • Table 7: Income (7) of economic family heads
    • Table 8: Income (7) of non-economic family persons by sex (3)
    • Table 9: Income (7) of non-census family persons by sex (3)
    • Table 10: Wage and salary income (7) of wage earners in the labour force
    • Table 11: Average income of economic family heads with income
    • Table 12: Average income of all non-economic family persons with income by sex (3)
    • Table 13: Average income of all non-census family persons with income by sex (3)
    • Table 14: Average non-zero wage and salary income reported
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • This dataset is not available.

Housing file (A2HSG001)

  • Geographic level: Enumeration Area (EA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: count of total dwellings (1)
    • Table 2: dwellings by period of construction (6)
    • Table 3: dwellings by number of bedrooms (6) and average number of bedrooms per dwelling
    • Table 4: dwellings by source of water supply (3)
    • Table 5: dwellings by method of sewage disposal (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by type of heating equipment (3)
    • Table 7: dwellings by type of heating fuel (4)
    • Table 8: dwellings by type of cooking fuel (4)
    • Table 9: dwellings by type of water heating fuel (4)
    • Table 10: dwellings by number of automobiles (4)
    • Table 11: dwellings by number of owned vacation homes (2)
    • Table 12: dwellings by household facilities (5)
    • Table 13: count of owner occupied single house non-farm dwellings (1)
    • Table 14: there is no Table 14
    • Table 15: owner occupied single house non-farm dwellings by number of mortgages (3)
    • Table 16: owner occupied single house non-farm dwellings by holder of first mortgage (4)
    • Table 17: owner occupied single house non-farm dwellings by parking facilities (2)
    • Table 18: count of tenant occupied non-farm dwellings (1)
    • Table 19: tenant occupied non-farm dwellings by items included in rent (5)
    • Table 20: tenant occupied non-farm dwellings by average cash rent (1)
    • Table 21: tenant occupied non-farm dwellings by average gross rent (1)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Census tract, short form

Demographic file 1 (B1DEMB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Total Population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by single years of age (101) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Demographic file 2 (B1DEMB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by mother tongue (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total population by mother tongue (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total population by marital status (5) by age (8) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Family file (B1FAMB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: unmarried children (0-24 years) in families by age (25)
    • Table 2: number of families by specific age groupings of children (12)
    • Table 3: head of family by mother tongue (36)
    • Table 4: non-family persons by mother tongue (36)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Household file (B1HHDB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total households by type (37)
    • Table 2: households by number of family persons (5)
    • Table 3: households by number of non-family persons (4)
    • Table 4: households by type (11) by number of persons (10)
    • Table 5: households by type (11) by age of head (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Housing file (B1HSGB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2)
    • Table 2: head of household by sex (2)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by type (4)
    • Table 4A: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of rooms (8)
    • Table 4B: average number of rooms in dwelling
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by water supply (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by bath facilities (3)
    • Table 7A: dwellings by tenure (2) by persons per room (2)
    • Table 7B: average persons per room
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by toilet facilities (5)
    • Table 8B: dwellings by age of household head (8) by sex (2) by type of dwelling (4) by tenure (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • Codebook (ASCII)
    • User notes: Regarding tables 4, 5 and 7 in b1hsgb01 and b1hsgc01:

      Response errors have been identified in the data contained in the above noted tables related to water supply, bath facilities and toilet facilities. It appears that some householders reported having exclusive use of bath and toilet facilities even though they had no piped running water in their dwellings - a prerequisite for such facilities by census definition. This response error was not detected by census editing and checking procedures.

      The data affected by this error are those showing bath facilities and toilet facilities, that is, the fields showing exclusive use of bath and no bath (none), corrected figures for Canada total indicate 5,272,130 for dwellings with total bath facilities, 5,474,010 for exclusive use of bath and 462,380 for 'none'. The first two were high by a figure of 12,385 while the 'none' field was low by 12,385. ;For water supply, the error, it will be noted, is extremely small, less than 0.3% in all three cases. The distribution of this error is considered to be random, therefore, no revision will be made to the tapes. Users may use the percentage factors indicated to adjust data if they feel it is necessary. Users specifically interested in the percentage factor can obtain reasonable estimates by applying the factor of 4.5% to increase the figures shown on the tapes as it is assumed that the error is randomly distributed.

      At the Area Aggregate level, the following areas are missing:

       cma ct aa province ed ea reason
       008 414 1547 Quebec  415 422 no population ea
       008 414 1547 Quebec  415 423 collective ea
       005 018 3284 Ontario  521 317 collective ea
       021 006 3384 Ontario  551 074 collective ea
       021 009 3387 Ontario  568 021 collective ea
       021 205 3571 Ontario  531 065 collective ea
       038 016 4126 Ontario  529 117 collective ea
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Census tract, long form

Demographic file 1 (B2DEMB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by birthplace (34) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population Canadian born by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population by birthplace (2) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: population born outside Canada by period of immigration (13) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population by citizenship (19) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population by religious denomination (22) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Demographic file 2 (B2DEMB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by ethnic group (21) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by ethnic group (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by religious denomination (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 3 (B2DEMB03)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by language most often spoken at home (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by official language (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by language most often spoken at home (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population ever married by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 5A: women ever married by age (2) by number of children born alive (8)
    • Table 5B: ratio of children born per 1000 women total women ever married
    • Table 6: women ever married by age (6) by children born (8)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 4 (B2DEMB04)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1C: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1D: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 and over by school attendance (3) by age (10) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (11) by age (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 5 (B2DEMB05)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over by post-secondary training (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by university degree (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over not attending school full-time by level of schooling (17) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 15 and over by place where highest grade was attended (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 6 (B2DEMB06)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over by migration status (8) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: migrants aged 5 and over by place of residence in 1966 (12) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 years and over by number of intermunicipal moves (6) by age (51 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Economic file 1 (B2ECOB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 1B: average total income
    • Table 2A: female population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 2B: average total income
    • Table 3A: male population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 3B: average employment income
    • Table 4A: female population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 4B: average employment income
    • Table 5: population aged 15 and over by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population aged 15 and over by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 8: population aged 15 and over by school attendance (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 9: experienced labour force by class of worker (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 10: experienced labour force by occupation (24) by sex (2)
    • Table 11: experienced labour force by industry and major groups (31) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 2 (B2ECOB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male wage and salary earners who worked 40 - weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 1B: average male wage and salary income
    • Table 2A: female wage and salary earners who worked 40 - 52 weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 2B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 3A: male wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 3B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 4A: female wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 4B: average female wage and salary income
    • Table 5A: persons aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5B: persons aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5C: average total income of persons with total income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6A: total persons who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6C: average employment income of persons with employment income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: persons who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7C: average employment income of persons who worked in 1970, with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 3 (B2ECOB03)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force status (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January , 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status in 1970 - 1971 (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by age (15) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 4 (B2ECOB04)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over with income by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: average total income of persons with income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (61 by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: population aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of persons with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3B: persons with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 4A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 5 (B2ECOB05)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force activity (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by age (51 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status since January , 1970 (2) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 2A: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2B: total experienced labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2C: employed labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2D: employed labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2E: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total wage earners (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2F: total experienced labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) fop wage earners (1)
    • Table 2G: employed labour force by sex (2) for wage earners (1) in total industries (1)
    • Table 2H: employed labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) for wage earners in total industries (1)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 6 (B2ECOB06)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: population aged 15 and over who worked 40-52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: population aged 15 and over by labour force activity (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force activity (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: experienced labour force who worked 40 -'52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1K: total labour force with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1L: labour force who worked in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1M: labour force who worked 40 52 weeks in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1N: labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1O: labour force with income from all sources by labour
    • Table 1P: labour force with income from all sources who worked in 1970
    • Table 1Q: experienced labour force with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1R: experienced labour force with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1S: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1T: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1U: average income of persons with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1V: average income of persons with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1W: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1X: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-t1me in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1Y: average income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1Z: average income by labour force status (3) of persons who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: average income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: average income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2D: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2E: population aged 15 and over with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2F: population aged 15 and over with employment income who
    • Table 2G: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2H: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2I: population aged 15 and over with employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2J: population aged 15 and over employment income who worked in 1970 by labour force status (41 by sex (2)
    • Table 2K: experienced labour force with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2L: experienced labour force with employment income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2M: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2N: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2O: average employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2P: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2Q: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2R: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2S: average employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2T: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force status (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 2U: average employment income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2V: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2W: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks un 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2X: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 7 (B2ECOB07)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total labour force by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total labour force by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total labour force by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total labour force by school attendance (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: total labour force by marital status (4) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: total labour force by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Family file 1 (B2FAMB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total families by major source of income (7)
    • Table 1B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 2: total family heads by labour force activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: language most often spoken at home by the head of census family (36)
    • Table 4A: total families by family income (7)
    • Table 4B: average family income including 0 income (1)
    • Table 5A: total non-family persons by major source of income (7)
    • Table 5B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 6: total non-family persons by labour activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: total non-family persons by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: average income of non-family persons including income equal to 0 by sex (2)
    • Table 8A: total husband-wife families by income (7)
    • Table 8B: average income of husband-wife family
    • Table 9A: total husband-wife families by income of husband
    • Table 9B: average income of husband
    • Table 9C: average income of wife
    • Table 10A: total economic families by income (7)
    • Table 10B: average income
    • Table 11A: persons not in economic family by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 11B: average income by sex (2)
    • Table 12: average income of head of census family by occupation (19) and average income of census family by occupation (19)
    • Table 13A: non-family persons by income (6) by major source (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 13B: average income of non-family persons by major source (2) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Family file 2 (B2FAMB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling (7)
    • Table 1B: average income of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling of head (7)
    • Table 2A: total family heads by income (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: head of census family by income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0, by age of head (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7) average head income - total children
    • Table 3B: average income of census family by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7)
    • Table 4A: total families by income (7) by major source of income (2)
    • Table 4B: average family income including income equal to 0 by major source of income (2)
    • Table 5: average family income including income equal to 0 by family type (6)
    • Table 6A: total families by number of persons (5) by income (3)
    • Table 6B: total families by number of persons (5) by income (5)
    • Table 6C: average family income including income equal to 0 by number of persons in family (5)
    • Table 7: average family income including income equal to 0 by language spoken by head at home (12)
    • Table 8: average income of non - family persons including income equal to 0 by type of person (6)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 1 (B2HHDB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total households by income of head from all sources (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1B: total households by income of head (5)
    • Table 1C: average income from all sources by type of household (3) total
    • Table 1D: total households by employment income of head (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1E: total households by employment income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 1F: average employment income excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 2: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by average cash rent (8) by type of dwelling (4) by type of household (3)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 2 (B2HHDB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total family households by number of income recipients (5) by family income (7)
    • Table 1B: average primary-family households income by number of income recipients (5)
    • Table 2: primary households in occupied dwellings by average dwelling income for selected dwelling characteristics (tenure (2), type of dwelling (4), number of rooms (3), average number of persons per room (2)
    • Table 3: primary households in occupied dwellings by average household income for selected facilities (refrigerator (4), dishwasher (2), clothes dryer (2), television (4), car (3), bath (3), toilet (3), vacation home (2), parking (2)
    • Table 4: owner occupied non-farm single dwellings by average primary-family household income per dwelling value (8)
    • Table 5A: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from all sources (7)
    • Table 5B: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from all sources
    • Table 5C: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from employment (7)
    • Table 5D: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from employment
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 1 (B2HSGB01)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2) by period of construction (6)
    • Table 2: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of bedrooms (6)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by source of water (3)
    • Table 4: dwellings by tenure (2) by sewage disposal (3)
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by heating equipment (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of heating fuel (4)
    • Table 7: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of cooking fuel (4)
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by water heating fuel (4)
    • Table 9: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of automobiles (3)
    • Table 10: dwellings by tenure (2) by owned vacation home (1)
    • Table 11: dwellings by tenure (2) by household facilities (5)
    • Table 12: dwellings by present tenure (2) by previous tenure (2)
    • Table 13A: dwellings by tenure (2) by vacation home (2)
    • Table 13B: average household income excluding income equal to 0 by tenure (2) by vacation home (2) by length of occupancy of household (5)
    • Table 14A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly gross rent (13)
    • Table 14B: average gross rent
    • Table 15A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly cash rent (16)
    • Table 15B: average cash rent
    • Table 16: owner-occupied single house non-farm dwellings by value (13)
  • Documentation:
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  • Data
    • Coming soon

Housing file 2 (B2HSGB02)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total dwellings by number of bedrooms (5) by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: average number of bedrooms per dwelling by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total dwellings by period of construction (7) by age of mead of household (9) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 3 (B2HSGB03)

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by age of head of household (9) by length of occupancy (6) by tenure (2) by sex of head (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Municipalities/census agglomerations, short form

Demographic file 1 (B1DEMC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Total Population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by single years of age (101) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Demographic file 2 (B1DEMC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by mother tongue (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total population by mother tongue (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total population by marital status (5) by age (8) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Family file (B1FAMC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: unmarried children (0-24 years) in families by age (25)
    • Table 2: number of families by specific age groupings of children (12)
    • Table 3: head of family by mother tongue (36)
    • Table 4: non-family persons by mother tongue (36)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Household file (B1HHDC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total households by type (37)
    • Table 2: households by number of family persons (5)
    • Table 3: households by number of non-family persons (4)
    • Table 4: households by type (11) by number of persons (10)
    • Table 5: households by type (11) by age of head (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Housing file (B1HSGC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2)
    • Table 2: head of household by sex (2)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by type (4)
    • Table 4A: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of rooms (8)
    • Table 4B: average number of rooms in dwelling
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by water supply (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by bath facilities (3)
    • Table 7A: dwellings by tenure (2) by persons per room (2)
    • Table 7B: average persons per room
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by toilet facilities (5)
    • Table 8B: dwellings by age of household head (8) by sex (2) by type of dwelling (4) by tenure (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • Codebook (ASCII)
    • User notes: Regarding tables 4, 5 and 7 in b1hsgb01 and b1hsgc01:

      Response errors have been identified in the data contained in the above noted tables related to water supply, bath facilities and toilet facilities. It appears that some householders reported having exclusive use of bath and toilet facilities even though they had no piped running water in their dwellings - a prerequisite for such facilities by census definition. This response error was not detected by census editing and checking procedures.

      The data affected by this error are those showing bath facilities and toilet facilities, that is, the fields showing exclusive use of bath and no bath (none), corrected figures for Canada total indicate 5,272,130 for dwellings with total bath facilities, 5,474,010 for exclusive use of bath and 462,380 for 'none'. The first two were high by a figure of 12,385 while the 'none' field was low by 12,385. ;For water supply, the error, it will be noted, is extremely small, less than 0.3% in all three cases. The distribution of this error is considered to be random, therefore, no revision will be made to the tapes. Users may use the percentage factors indicated to adjust data if they feel it is necessary. Users specifically interested in the percentage factor can obtain reasonable estimates by applying the factor of 4.5% to increase the figures shown on the tapes as it is assumed that the error is randomly distributed.

  • Data
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Municipalities/census agglomerations, long form

Demographic file 1 (B2DEMC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by birthplace (34) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population Canadian born by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population by birthplace (2) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: population born outside Canada by period of immigration (13) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population by citizenship (19) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population by religious denomination (22) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Demographic file 2 (B2DEMC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by ethnic group (21) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by ethnic group (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by religious denomination (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 3 (B2DEMC03)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by language most often spoken at home (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by official language (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by language most often spoken at home (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population ever married by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 5A: women ever married by age (2) by number of children born alive (8)
    • Table 5B: ratio of children born per 1000 women total women ever married
    • Table 6: women ever married by age (6) by children born (8)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 4 (B2DEMC04)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1C: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1D: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 and over by school attendance (3) by age (10) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (11) by age (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 5 (B2DEMC05)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over by post-secondary training (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by university degree (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over not attending school full-time by level of schooling (17) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 15 and over by place where highest grade was attended (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 6 (B2DEMC06)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over by migration status (8) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: migrants aged 5 and over by place of residence in 1966 (12) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 years and over by number of intermunicipal moves (6) by age (51 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Economic file 1 (B2ECOC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 1B: average total income
    • Table 2A: female population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 2B: average total income
    • Table 3A: male population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 3B: average employment income
    • Table 4A: female population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 4B: average employment income
    • Table 5: population aged 15 and over by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population aged 15 and over by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 8: population aged 15 and over by school attendance (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 9: experienced labour force by class of worker (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 10: experienced labour force by occupation (24) by sex (2)
    • Table 11: experienced labour force by industry and major groups (31) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 2 (B2ECOC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male wage and salary earners who worked 40 - weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 1B: average male wage and salary income
    • Table 2A: female wage and salary earners who worked 40 - 52 weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 2B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 3A: male wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 3B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 4A: female wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 4B: average female wage and salary income
    • Table 5A: persons aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5B: persons aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5C: average total income of persons with total income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6A: total persons who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6C: average employment income of persons with employment income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: persons who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7C: average employment income of persons who worked in 1970, with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 3 (B2ECOC03)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force status (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January , 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status in 1970 - 1971 (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by age (15) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 4 (B2ECOC04)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over with income by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: average total income of persons with income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (61 by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: population aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of persons with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3B: persons with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 4A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 5 (B2ECOC05)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force activity (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by age (51 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status since January , 1970 (2) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 2A: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2B: total experienced labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2C: employed labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2D: employed labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2E: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total wage earners (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2F: total experienced labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) fop wage earners (1)
    • Table 2G: employed labour force by sex (2) for wage earners (1) in total industries (1)
    • Table 2H: employed labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) for wage earners in total industries (1)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 6 (B2ECOC06)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: population aged 15 and over who worked 40-52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: population aged 15 and over by labour force activity (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force activity (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: experienced labour force who worked 40 -'52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1K: total labour force with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1L: labour force who worked in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1M: labour force who worked 40 52 weeks in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1N: labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1O: labour force with income from all sources by labour
    • Table 1P: labour force with income from all sources who worked in 1970
    • Table 1Q: experienced labour force with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1R: experienced labour force with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1S: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1T: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1U: average income of persons with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1V: average income of persons with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1W: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1X: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-t1me in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1Y: average income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1Z: average income by labour force status (3) of persons who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: average income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: average income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2D: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2E: population aged 15 and over with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2F: population aged 15 and over with employment income who
    • Table 2G: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2H: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2I: population aged 15 and over with employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2J: population aged 15 and over employment income who worked in 1970 by labour force status (41 by sex (2)
    • Table 2K: experienced labour force with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2L: experienced labour force with employment income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2M: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2N: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2O: average employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2P: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2Q: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2R: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2S: average employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2T: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force status (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 2U: average employment income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2V: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2W: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks un 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2X: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 7 (B2ECOC07)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total labour force by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total labour force by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total labour force by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total labour force by school attendance (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: total labour force by marital status (4) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: total labour force by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Family file 1 (B2FAMC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total families by major source of income (7)
    • Table 1B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 2: total family heads by labour force activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: language most often spoken at home by the head of census family (36)
    • Table 4A: total families by family income (7)
    • Table 4B: average family income including 0 income (1)
    • Table 5A: total non-family persons by major source of income (7)
    • Table 5B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 6: total non-family persons by labour activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: total non-family persons by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: average income of non-family persons including income equal to 0 by sex (2)
    • Table 8A: total husband-wife families by income (7)
    • Table 8B: average income of husband-wife family
    • Table 9A: total husband-wife families by income of husband
    • Table 9B: average income of husband
    • Table 9C: average income of wife
    • Table 10A: total economic families by income (7)
    • Table 10B: average income
    • Table 11A: persons not in economic family by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 11B: average income by sex (2)
    • Table 12: average income of head of census family by occupation (19) and average income of census family by occupation (19)
    • Table 13A: non-family persons by income (6) by major source (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 13B: average income of non-family persons by major source (2) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
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Family file 2 (B2FAMC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling (7)
    • Table 1B: average income of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling of head (7)
    • Table 2A: total family heads by income (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: head of census family by income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0, by age of head (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7) average head income - total children
    • Table 3B: average income of census family by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7)
    • Table 4A: total families by income (7) by major source of income (2)
    • Table 4B: average family income including income equal to 0 by major source of income (2)
    • Table 5: average family income including income equal to 0 by family type (6)
    • Table 6A: total families by number of persons (5) by income (3)
    • Table 6B: total families by number of persons (5) by income (5)
    • Table 6C: average family income including income equal to 0 by number of persons in family (5)
    • Table 7: average family income including income equal to 0 by language spoken by head at home (12)
    • Table 8: average income of non - family persons including income equal to 0 by type of person (6)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 1 (B2HHDC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total households by income of head from all sources (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1B: total households by income of head (5)
    • Table 1C: average income from all sources by type of household (3) total
    • Table 1D: total households by employment income of head (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1E: total households by employment income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 1F: average employment income excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 2: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by average cash rent (8) by type of dwelling (4) by type of household (3)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 2 (B2HHDC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total family households by number of income recipients (5) by family income (7)
    • Table 1B: average primary-family households income by number of income recipients (5)
    • Table 2: primary households in occupied dwellings by average dwelling income for selected dwelling characteristics (tenure (2), type of dwelling (4), number of rooms (3), average number of persons per room (2)
    • Table 3: primary households in occupied dwellings by average household income for selected facilities (refrigerator (4), dishwasher (2), clothes dryer (2), television (4), car (3), bath (3), toilet (3), vacation home (2), parking (2)
    • Table 4: owner occupied non-farm single dwellings by average primary-family household income per dwelling value (8)
    • Table 5A: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from all sources (7)
    • Table 5B: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from all sources
    • Table 5C: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from employment (7)
    • Table 5D: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from employment
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 1 (B2HSGC01)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2) by period of construction (6)
    • Table 2: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of bedrooms (6)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by source of water (3)
    • Table 4: dwellings by tenure (2) by sewage disposal (3)
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by heating equipment (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of heating fuel (4)
    • Table 7: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of cooking fuel (4)
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by water heating fuel (4)
    • Table 9: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of automobiles (3)
    • Table 10: dwellings by tenure (2) by owned vacation home (1)
    • Table 11: dwellings by tenure (2) by household facilities (5)
    • Table 12: dwellings by present tenure (2) by previous tenure (2)
    • Table 13A: dwellings by tenure (2) by vacation home (2)
    • Table 13B: average household income excluding income equal to 0 by tenure (2) by vacation home (2) by length of occupancy of household (5)
    • Table 14A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly gross rent (13)
    • Table 14B: average gross rent
    • Table 15A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly cash rent (16)
    • Table 15B: average cash rent
    • Table 16: owner-occupied single house non-farm dwellings by value (13)
  • Documentation:
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Housing file 2 (B2HSGC02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total dwellings by number of bedrooms (5) by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: average number of bedrooms per dwelling by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total dwellings by period of construction (7) by age of mead of household (9) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 3 (B2HSGC03)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by age of head of household (9) by length of occupancy (6) by tenure (2) by sex of head (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Census agglomerations/census metropolitan areas, short form

Demographic file 1 (B1DEMD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Total Population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by single years of age (101) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Demographic file 2 (B1DEMD02)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by sex (3)
    • Table 2: total population by mother tongue (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total population by mother tongue (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total population by marital status (5) by age (8) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Family file (B1FAMD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: unmarried children (0-24 years) in families by age (25)
    • Table 2: number of families by specific age groupings of children (12)
    • Table 3: head of family by mother tongue (36)
    • Table 4: non-family persons by mother tongue (36)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Household file (B1HHDD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total households by type (37)
    • Table 2: households by number of family persons (5)
    • Table 3: households by number of non-family persons (4)
    • Table 4: households by type (11) by number of persons (10)
    • Table 5: households by type (11) by age of head (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Housing file (B1HSGD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2)
    • Table 2: head of household by sex (2)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by type (4)
    • Table 4A: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of rooms (8)
    • Table 4B: average number of rooms in dwelling
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by water supply (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by bath facilities (3)
    • Table 7A: dwellings by tenure (2) by persons per room (2)
    • Table 7B: average persons per room
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by toilet facilities (5)
    • Table 8B: dwellings by age of household head (8) by sex (2) by type of dwelling (4) by tenure (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Record layout (ASCII)
    • Codebook (ASCII)
    • User notes: Regarding tables 4, 5 and 7 in b1hsgb01 and b1hsgc01:

      Response errors have been identified in the data contained in the above noted tables related to water supply, bath facilities and toilet facilities. It appears that some householders reported having exclusive use of bath and toilet facilities even though they had no piped running water in their dwellings - a prerequisite for such facilities by census definition. This response error was not detected by census editing and checking procedures.

      The data affected by this error are those showing bath facilities and toilet facilities, that is, the fields showing exclusive use of bath and no bath (none), corrected figures for Canada total indicate 5,272,130 for dwellings with total bath facilities, 5,474,010 for exclusive use of bath and 462,380 for 'none'. The first two were high by a figure of 12,385 while the 'none' field was low by 12,385. ;For water supply, the error, it will be noted, is extremely small, less than 0.3% in all three cases. The distribution of this error is considered to be random, therefore, no revision will be made to the tapes. Users may use the percentage factors indicated to adjust data if they feel it is necessary. Users specifically interested in the percentage factor can obtain reasonable estimates by applying the factor of 4.5% to increase the figures shown on the tapes as it is assumed that the error is randomly distributed.

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Census agglomerations/census metropolitan areas, long form

Demographic file 1 (B2DEMD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by birthplace (34) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population Canadian born by birthplace of parents (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population by birthplace (2) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: population born outside Canada by period of immigration (13) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population by citizenship (19) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population by religious denomination (22) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Demographic file 2 (B2DEMD02)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: population by ethnic group (21) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by ethnic group (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by religious denomination (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 3 (B2DEMD03)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total population by language most often spoken at home (35) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population by official language (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population by language most often spoken at home (11) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population ever married by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 5A: women ever married by age (2) by number of children born alive (8)
    • Table 5B: ratio of children born per 1000 women total women ever married
    • Table 6: women ever married by age (6) by children born (8)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 4 (B2DEMD04)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1C: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by sex (3)
    • Table 1D: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 5 and over not attending school full time by level of schooling (17) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 and over by school attendance (3) by age (10) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 5 and over attending school full time by level of schooling (11) by age (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 5 (B2DEMD05)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over by post-secondary training (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by university degree (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over not attending school full-time by level of schooling (17) by age (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: population aged 15 and over by place where highest grade was attended (14) by age (4) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Demographic file 6 (B2DEMD06)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 5 and over by sex (3)
    • Table 1B: population aged 5 and over by migration status (8) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: migrants aged 5 and over by place of residence in 1966 (12) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: population aged 5 years and over by number of intermunicipal moves (6) by age (51 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Economic file 1 (B2ECOD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 1B: average total income
    • Table 2A: female population aged 15 and over by total income (13) in 1970
    • Table 2B: average total income
    • Table 3A: male population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 3B: average employment income
    • Table 4A: female population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by employment income (13)
    • Table 4B: average employment income
    • Table 5: population aged 15 and over by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: population aged 15 and over by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 7: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 8: population aged 15 and over by school attendance (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 9: experienced labour force by class of worker (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 10: experienced labour force by occupation (24) by sex (2)
    • Table 11: experienced labour force by industry and major groups (31) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 2 (B2ECOD02)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+, Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: male wage and salary earners who worked 40 - weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 1B: average male wage and salary income
    • Table 2A: female wage and salary earners who worked 40 - 52 weeks full - time in 1970 by income (9)
    • Table 2B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 3A: male wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 3B: average wage and salary income
    • Table 4A: female wage and salary earners in labour force by income (9)
    • Table 4B: average female wage and salary income
    • Table 5A: persons aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5B: persons aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 5C: average total income of persons with total income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6A: total persons who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 6C: average employment income of persons with employment income not equal to 0 by marital status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: persons who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: total persons with employment income not equal to 0 who worked in 1970 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
    • Table 7C: average employment income of persons who worked in 1970, with employment income not equal to 0 by occupation (16) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 3 (B2ECOD03)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force status (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January , 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status in 1970 - 1971 (2) by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: population aged 15 and over by marital status (4) by age (15) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 4 (B2ECOD04)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over with income by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: average total income of persons with income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (61 by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: population aged 15 and over with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of persons with income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3B: persons with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 3C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by age (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 4A: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
    • Table 4C: average employment income of population aged 15 and over with employment income not equal to 0 by level of schooling (6) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 5 (B2ECOD05)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: total labour force aged 15 and over by labour force activity (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: experienced labour force aged 15 and over by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by age (51 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked since January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 1I: population aged 15 and over not in labour force by work status since January , 1970 (2) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: population aged 15 and over not in labour force who worked prior to January 1, 1970 by age (5) by sex (21
    • Table 2A: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2B: total experienced labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2C: employed labour force by sex (2) for total class of worker (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2D: employed labour force by industry (9) by sex (2) for total class of worker (1)
    • Table 2E: total experienced labour force by sex (2) for total wage earners (1) and total industries (1)
    • Table 2F: total experienced labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) fop wage earners (1)
    • Table 2G: employed labour force by sex (2) for wage earners (1) in total industries (1)
    • Table 2H: employed labour force by sex (2) by industries (9) for wage earners in total industries (1)
    • Table 3: population aged 15 and over by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 6 (B2ECOD06)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: population aged 15 and over by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1C: population aged 15 and over who worked 40-52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1D: population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1E: population aged 15 and over by labour force activity (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1F: population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force activity (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 1G: experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 1H: experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1I: experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1J: experienced labour force who worked 40 -'52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1K: total labour force with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1L: labour force who worked in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1M: labour force who worked 40 52 weeks in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1N: labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks mainly full-time in 1970, with income from all sources by sex (2)
    • Table 1O: labour force with income from all sources by labour
    • Table 1P: labour force with income from all sources who worked in 1970
    • Table 1Q: experienced labour force with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1R: experienced labour force with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1S: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1T: experienced labour force with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1U: average income of persons with income by sex (2)
    • Table 1V: average income of persons with income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1W: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1X: average income of persons with income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-t1me in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 1Y: average income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 1Z: average income by labour force status (3) of persons who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2A: average income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: average income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2D: average income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2E: population aged 15 and over with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2F: population aged 15 and over with employment income who
    • Table 2G: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2H: population aged 15 and over with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2I: population aged 15 and over with employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2J: population aged 15 and over employment income who worked in 1970 by labour force status (41 by sex (2)
    • Table 2K: experienced labour force with employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2L: experienced labour force with employment income who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2M: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2N: experienced labour force with employment income who worked 40 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2O: average employment income by sex (2)
    • Table 2P: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2Q: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2R: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2S: average employment income by labour force status (4) by sex (2)
    • Table 2T: average employment income of population aged 15 and over who worked in 1970 by labour force status (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 2U: average employment income of experienced labour force by sex (2)
    • Table 2V: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked in 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2W: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks un 1970 by sex (2)
    • Table 2X: average employment income of experienced labour force who worked 40 - 52 weeks full-time in 1970 by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Economic file 7 (B2ECOD07)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: total labour force by marital status (7) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total labour force by age (15) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: total labour force by level of schooling (14) by sex (2)
    • Table 4: total labour force by school attendance (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 5: total labour force by marital status (4) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 6: total labour force by level of schooling (6) by age (5) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) INRS/UCS rev.

Family file 1 (B2FAMD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total families by major source of income (7)
    • Table 1B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 2: total family heads by labour force activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 3: language most often spoken at home by the head of census family (36)
    • Table 4A: total families by family income (7)
    • Table 4B: average family income including 0 income (1)
    • Table 5A: total non-family persons by major source of income (7)
    • Table 5B: average income by major source of income (5)
    • Table 6: total non-family persons by labour activity (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 7A: total non-family persons by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 7B: average income of non-family persons including income equal to 0 by sex (2)
    • Table 8A: total husband-wife families by income (7)
    • Table 8B: average income of husband-wife family
    • Table 9A: total husband-wife families by income of husband
    • Table 9B: average income of husband
    • Table 9C: average income of wife
    • Table 10A: total economic families by income (7)
    • Table 10B: average income
    • Table 11A: persons not in economic family by income (8) by sex (2)
    • Table 11B: average income by sex (2)
    • Table 12: average income of head of census family by occupation (19) and average income of census family by occupation (19)
    • Table 13A: non-family persons by income (6) by major source (3) by sex (2)
    • Table 13B: average income of non-family persons by major source (2) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Family file 2 (B2FAMD02)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling (7)
    • Table 1B: average income of census family excluding income equal to 0 by level of schooling of head (7)
    • Table 2A: total family heads by income (3) by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2B: head of census family by income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0, by age of head (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 2C: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by age (5) by sex (2)
    • Table 3A: average income of head of census family excluding income equal to 0 by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7) average head income - total children
    • Table 3B: average income of census family by number of unmarried children (0 - 24 years) (7)
    • Table 4A: total families by income (7) by major source of income (2)
    • Table 4B: average family income including income equal to 0 by major source of income (2)
    • Table 5: average family income including income equal to 0 by family type (6)
    • Table 6A: total families by number of persons (5) by income (3)
    • Table 6B: total families by number of persons (5) by income (5)
    • Table 6C: average family income including income equal to 0 by number of persons in family (5)
    • Table 7: average family income including income equal to 0 by language spoken by head at home (12)
    • Table 8: average income of non - family persons including income equal to 0 by type of person (6)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 1 (B2HHDD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total households by income of head from all sources (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1B: total households by income of head (5)
    • Table 1C: average income from all sources by type of household (3) total
    • Table 1D: total households by employment income of head (2) by type of household (3)
    • Table 1E: total households by employment income of head (5) excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 1F: average employment income excluding income equal to 0 by type of household (3)
    • Table 2: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by average cash rent (8) by type of dwelling (4) by type of household (3)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Household file 2 (B2HHDD02)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total family households by number of income recipients (5) by family income (7)
    • Table 1B: average primary-family households income by number of income recipients (5)
    • Table 2: primary households in occupied dwellings by average dwelling income for selected dwelling characteristics (tenure (2), type of dwelling (4), number of rooms (3), average number of persons per room (2)
    • Table 3: primary households in occupied dwellings by average household income for selected facilities (refrigerator (4), dishwasher (2), clothes dryer (2), television (4), car (3), bath (3), toilet (3), vacation home (2), parking (2)
    • Table 4: owner occupied non-farm single dwellings by average primary-family household income per dwelling value (8)
    • Table 5A: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from all sources (7)
    • Table 5B: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from all sources
    • Table 5C: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by household income from employment (7)
    • Table 5D: total occupied dwellings by type of household (3) by average income from employment
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 1 (B2HSGD01)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by tenure (2) by period of construction (6)
    • Table 2: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of bedrooms (6)
    • Table 3: dwellings by tenure (2) by source of water (3)
    • Table 4: dwellings by tenure (2) by sewage disposal (3)
    • Table 5: dwellings by tenure (2) by heating equipment (3)
    • Table 6: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of heating fuel (4)
    • Table 7: dwellings by tenure (2) by type of cooking fuel (4)
    • Table 8: dwellings by tenure (2) by water heating fuel (4)
    • Table 9: dwellings by tenure (2) by number of automobiles (3)
    • Table 10: dwellings by tenure (2) by owned vacation home (1)
    • Table 11: dwellings by tenure (2) by household facilities (5)
    • Table 12: dwellings by present tenure (2) by previous tenure (2)
    • Table 13A: dwellings by tenure (2) by vacation home (2)
    • Table 13B: average household income excluding income equal to 0 by tenure (2) by vacation home (2) by length of occupancy of household (5)
    • Table 14A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly gross rent (13)
    • Table 14B: average gross rent
    • Table 15A: tenant-occupied non-farm dwellings by monthly cash rent (16)
    • Table 15B: average cash rent
    • Table 16: owner-occupied single house non-farm dwellings by value (13)
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Housing file 2 (B2HSGD02)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1A: total dwellings by number of bedrooms (5) by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 1B: average number of bedrooms per dwelling by age of head of household (9) by sex (2)
    • Table 2: total dwellings by period of construction (7) by age of mead of household (9) by sex (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Housing file 3 (B2HSGD03)

  • Geographic level: Census agglomerations (CA), Census Metropolitan Area (CMA)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: dwellings by age of head of household (9) by length of occupancy (6) by tenure (2) by sex of head (2)
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Place of work files, long form

Municipality file (MUNEXT.NAM)

  • Geographic level: Municipalities 5000+
  • File contents:
    • Total employed labour force living at Location A; Living at Location A working at home; Living at Location A working outside Canada; Living at Location A Place of work not stated; Living at Location A working outside Location A; Total employed labour force working at Location A; Working at Location A living outside Location A; Living at Location A working at Location B; Living at Location B working at Location A
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation)

Census tract file (POWCT.{cma name})

  • Geographic level: Census Tract (CT)
  • File contents:
    • Employed labour force by sex living at location A; Employed labour force by sex working at location A; Employed labour force by sex living at location B; Employed labour force by sex working at location B; Employed labour force by sex living at location A and working at location B; Employed labour force by sex living at location B and working at location A
  • Documentation:
  • Data
    • SPSS (contents: data file, syntax file .sps, system file .sav, all relevant documentation)
    • SAS (contents: data file, syntax file .sas, all relevant documentation) 

Migration

Migration file file (A2ECM001)

  • Geographic level: Census Division (CD)
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Census division of residence in 1971 by census division of residence in 1966 by sex (3)
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Provincial, long form

Economic file 1 (D2ECO001)

  • Geographic level: Nation, Province
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Detailed occupations (500) by detailed industries (269) by class of worker (9) by sex (3) for the experienced and employed labour force at the Canada and province levels
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon

Economic file 2 (D2ECO002)

  • Geographic level: Nation, Province
  • File contents:
    • Table 1: Detailed occupations (500) by sex (3) by single years of age , 5-year age groups, 10-year age groups at the Canada and province levels
  • Documentation:
    • Coming soon
  • Data
    • Coming soon