London’s Neighbourhood Profiles has been updated with the 2016 Census. The 2016 data can be compared to previous census periods for Population and Dwelling Counts, Age Characteristics, Marital Status, Family Characteristics, Household and Dwelling Characteristics, Language, Indigenous Peoples, Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity, Education, Labour, Mobility and Migration, Income, and Housing.
Users are warned to use caution when comparing the 2011 National Household Survey to the 2016 Census, particularly at the neighbourhood level due to changes in the way that Statistics Canada conducted the Survey.
A “neighbourhood” can be defined in many different ways. For statistical purposes, we use London’s Planning Districts as a “neighbourhood”.
Continue reading to find social and population facts and figures for London and its neighbourhoods. To begin, identify which general area of the city you are interested in learning more about:
11,345 people live in Central London, 1% less than in 2011.
22% of the 7,335 households are homeowners.
In 2015, the average household income was at $52,477.
4,415 people live in Downtown London, 10% more than in 2011.
26% of the 2,870 households are homeowners.
In 2015, the average household income was at $ $69,304.