BC Families Infographics

BC Family Demographic Infographics

The BC Council for Families has partnered with SPARC BC to produce a series of infographics about family demographics in regional districts across BC using the results of our 2015 Let’s Talk Families BC! survey (PDF).


There are four sets of infographics which show the average household types, the average number of children in each family
and the average ages of children, as well as the greatest challenges families face in the 29 regional districts across BC.


Infographic Types

  1. The number of households made up of couples without children, couples with children, single parent families, single person households and other households.
  2. The average number of children (one child, two children and three or more children) that single parent households and couples have.
  3. The greatest issues or challenges (such as income, child care and housing) that families face in each regional district compared with provincial benchmarks.
  4. The average age of children in each regional district, and the numbers of children who are aged zero to four, five to 14, 15 to 17, 18 to 24 and 25 and older.


Please feel free to use these infographics during meetings and presentations with funders, community groups, government
and other stakeholders.


Download by Regional District (PDF)
Alberni Clayoquot
Bulkley Nechako
Capital
Cariboo
Central Coast
Central Kootenay
Central Okanagan
Columbia-Shuswap
Comox Valley
Cowichan Valley
East Kootenay
Fraser-Fort George
Fraser Valley
Greater Vancouver
Kitimat-Stikine
Kootenay Boundary
Mount Waddington
Nanaimo
North Okanagan
Northern Rockies
Okanagan-Similkameen
Peace River
Powell River
Skeena-Queen Charlotte
Squamish-Lillooet
Stikine
Strathcona
Sunshine Coast
Thompson-Nicola




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