The 2016 census is showcasing more seismic changes in the way we are living.
It finds couples without kids are outpacing their procreating counterparts, same-sex relationships are blossoming, multiple generations are living under the same roof and more people than ever are living alone.
Single-parent families grew by 5.6 per cent between 2011 and 2016 and one in three Canadians aged 20-34 was living with at least one
parent last year, up five percentage points from 2001.
Slightly more than 28 per cent of the 14.1-million households in Canada in 2016 comprised only a single person.
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