Census

2016 Census data was released on Wednesday on Immigration, Ethnocultural Diversity, Housing, and Aboriginal Peoples. The Burlington Economic Development Corporation has provided a brief summary about how we compare regionally and provincially. A few key takeaways include:   Burlington has a population of 180,125 citizens in private households: 136,680 (75.9%) are non-immigrants, while 42,465 (23.6%) …

Census: Avg #BurlON house $632k; high home ownership; pop growth 4.5% – mostly from immigration Read More »

Burlington’s household size remains steady, with more young adults living at home, and a growing number of seniors, according to Census data released this Spring and analysed by the Burlington Economic Development Corporation. Burlington remains family oriented with an average household size of 2.9 people and 60.7% of respondents identifying as being married or common-law. …

What the Census says about Burlington: more seniors, more young adults living at home, slow growth but exceeds targets Read More »