Population in private households, showing living arrangements, by province and territory (2011 Census) (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia)

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Population in private households, showing living arrangements, by province and territory (2011 Census)
(Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia)
  2011
  Canada Man. Sask. Alta. B.C.
  number
Total population in private households 32,856,980 1,175,160 1,009,040 3,567,935 4,324,505
Persons in family households 27,954,520 1,004,550 854,350 3,045,400 3,638,115
Spouses, common-law partners or lone parents 17,251,555 599,565 523,920 1,854,545 2,286,510
Children in census families 9,971,320 378,375 308,830 1,097,320 1,230,345
Non-family persons living with relatives1 447,200 19,415 12,995 48,585 68,730
Non-family persons living with non-relatives only2 284,455 7,195 8,595 44,955 52,535
Persons in non-family households 4,902,460 170,610 154,690 522,530 686,390
Living with relatives1 288,490 12,225 10,555 37,425 36,720
Living with non-relatives only 940,660 26,905 29,755 142,375 150,750
Living alone 3,673,310 131,480 114,385 342,730 498,925

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