Third set of results from 2011 National Household Survey

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August 7, 2013

OTTAWA — Where Canadians get their incomes from and homeownership are the focus next week as Statistics Canada releases the third set of data from the 2011 National Household Survey.

All reports and data products pertaining to the release will be available at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time on August 14, 2013 on Statistics Canada’s website.

The August release highlights income and housing. It features two analytical reports.

  • The first report will provide an overview of income in Canada, including income composition, the breakdown of income from private and public sources, as well as individual and family characteristics. The report will also examine income across a spectrum of variables such as total income level, self-employment, province/territory and age.
  • The second report will provide an analysis of homeownership in Canada. It will focus on a number of topics including shelter costs and affordability, as well as housing market activity over the previous five years.

Three companion reports will also be available. They will present information on condominium dwellings, low-income neighbourhoods, and the education and occupations of high income earners in Canada.

Statistics Canada’s experts in these areas will be available for interviews, which may be arranged in advance by calling our Media Hotline at 613-951-4636.

For more information, contact Media Relations at 613-951-4636 or

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