Costs, promotions, kinds, and availability might differ. The 5 provinces with the highest share of individuals in the 50-per-cent category are B.C. (21 per cent); Ontario (20.9 per cent); Nova Scotia (19 per cent); Newfoundland and Labrador (17 per cent); and Saskatchewan (sixteen.4 per cent). Those households on the bottom of the revenue scale are dramatically more more likely to be paying too much for lease: In Ontario, 60 per cent of these making lower than $22,385 are in the 50-per-cent-for-hire group; in B.C., they’re sixty six per cent; in Nova Scotia, 63 per cent.
The index’s overcrowding information are starkest in Canada’s north, identified for having some of the most acute housing shortages in the country. More than eighty per cent of Nunavut households are rented, and the Baffin, Keewatin and Kitikmeot regions combine for 2,660 overcrowded rental households, which while a small number in absolute terms characterize 29 … Read more