Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Census reveals social fabric of Canada changing - CBC

by  Carmel Kilkenny
Originally published: August 5, 2017
Publisher: CBC.ca

The 2016 Census results released this week, on ‘Families, households and marital status’, had many Canadians talking about some of the interesting findings.

Love and Languages 

It appears love and language are changing: expressions of love, as in how people mate and with whom and when have changed, and the explosion of languages, with over 200 now spoken in Canada attest to our progressive diversity.

The fact that more people are living alone, the largest proportion, at almost one-third of Canadians living alone, surprised many.