Saint-Philippe

DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIOCULTURAL DEMOGRAPHICS

Total population: 6,320 people

Youth (0 to 14 years): 20.3% (17.4% in South Shore)

Seniors (65 and over): 12% (17.1%in South Shore)

People living alone: 8.6% (11.8% in South Shore)

Seniors living alone: 19.9% (26.7% in South Shore)

Families with children: 57% (60.2%in South Shore)

Single-parent families: 23.7% (28% in South Shore)

Immigrants: 3.6% (13.2% in South Shore)

New immigrants: 0.6% (2.2% in South Shore)

Visible minorities: 4.1% (13.2% in South Shore)


SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS AND LIVING CONDITIONS

People 15 and older without a diploma or degree (low education level): 19.5% (18% in South Shore)

Low-income individuals: 380, or 6% (10.3% in South Shore)

Children under 6 from a low-income family: 10, or 2.1% (10.2% in South Shore)

Low-income Seniors: 120, or 15.9% (14% in South Shore)

Renter households: 14.1% (30.4% in South Shore)

Renter households that dedicate 30% or more of income to housing: 29% (32.7% in South Shore)

People who have moved over the past 5 years: 35.6% (34.4% in South Shore)

 

Source: Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population