Regional District of Central Okanagan — Age Groups

Average age
Median age

Population pyramid for age groups

Percentage distribution by 5-year-band age groups and gender

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Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2021

Population pyramid for broad age groups

Percentage distribution by broad age groups and gender

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Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2021

Age refers to the age of a person (or subject) of interest at last birthday (or relative to a specified, well-defined reference date).

Gender refers to an individual's personal and social identity as a man, woman or non-binary person (a person who is not exclusively a man or a woman).

Gender includes the following concepts:

  • gender identity, which refers to the gender that a person feels internally and individually;
  • gender expression, which refers to the way a person presents their gender, regardless of their gender identity, through body language, aesthetic choices or accessories (e.g., clothes, hairstyle and makeup), which may have traditionally been associated with a specific gender.

A person's gender may differ from their sex at birth, and from what is indicated on their current identification or legal documents such as their birth certificate, passport or driver's licence. A person's gender may change over time.

Some people may not identify with a specific gender.

Given that the non-binary population is small, data aggregation to a two-category gender variable is sometimes necessary to protect the confidentiality of responses provided. In these cases, individuals in the category “non-binary persons” are distributed into the other two gender categories and are denoted by the “+” symbol.

The sex variable in census years prior to 2021 and the two-category gender variable in the 2021 Census are included together in the [data table]. Although sex and gender refer to two different concepts, the introduction of gender is not expected to have a significant impact on data analysis and historical comparability, given the small size of the transgender and non-binary populations. For additional information on changes of concepts over time, please consult the Age, Sex at Birth and Gender Reference Guide.

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Income

Low-income Households (LICO-AT)
Low-income Households (LIM-AT)

Household income bands

Distribution of household income bands compared before and after tax

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Median Household Income - Comparison

Comparison of median hosuehold income at different geographical levels

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Education

Postsecondary Education
Bachelor's degree

Highest certificate, diploma or degree

Highest certificate, diploma or degree for the population aged 25 to 64 years in private households - 25% sample data

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Major field of study

Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) 2016 for the population aged 25 to 64 years in private households - 25% sample data

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Marital Status

Married or Common Law
Separated, Divorced or Widowed

Marital Status

Population distribution by marital status

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Marital Status - Comparison

Comparison of population distribution by marital status at different geographical levels

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Aboriginal Ancestry and Identity

Aboriginal Identity
Aboriginal Ancestry

Aboriginal Identity

Distribution of aboriginal identity responses, including single and multiple responses

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Aboriginal Ancestry

Distribution of aboriginal ancestry responses

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Immigrant Population

Immigrants
Not Canadian Citizens

Immigrant Population Place of Birth

Distribution by immigrant population by place of birth

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Immigration Admission Category

Distribution of immigrant population by category of admission to Canada

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Immigration Generation Status

Distribution of immigrant population by generation status

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Period of Immigration

Distribution by immigrant population by period of immigration

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Visible Minorities

Visible Minorities
Compared to province

Distribution of visible minorities

As defined by the Employment Equity Act, presented as percentage of the total population

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Comparison of visible minorities distribution

Compared to regional district, province and Canada

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016

Regional District of Central Okanagan — Ethnic Origin

Canadian Origin
Most Common Origin

Ethnic origin composition

Ethnic or cultural origins of the person's ancestors, usually more distant than a grandparent.

Data source: Statistics Canada, Census 2016