Statistics Canada provides several poverty indicating measures such as Low-
Income Measure (LIM), Low-Income Cut-Off (LICO) and Market-Basket Measure ...
Jun 29, 2016 ... The latest information on low income from Statistics Canada, ... College and
University Graduates with Low Earnings, Ontario, 2006 ... On poverty and low
income Archived, Difference between poverty and low income ...
 Source: Statistics Canada. Table 202-0808 – Low income measures by
income source and household size, 2011 constant dollars, annual (dollars),
Dec 10, 2014 ... Wednesday's survey “reports on many of the same statistics” as the SLID, ...
Poverty. Nearly five million Canadians were considered low income in 2012. ...
people was $71,700 in 2012, with those in Ontario, Saskatchewan, ...
Jul 5, 2013 ... Statistics Canada released annual numbers on low-income last week ... of their
income on basic needs after taxes and transfers are considered ... assistance rise
above the poverty line the province of Ontario would have to ...
Jan 30, 2014 ... A full-time, minimum-wage employee still falls below poverty line.
As of 2014, the poverty-level income for one person in the United States is
$11670. For each additional person in the household, the income goes up $4060
A major challenge to defining poverty measures is to ensure that they allow for
reliable ... Statistics Canada releases economic family and low-income data in
Canada .... Ontario. 10.3%. 6. Manitoba. 11.4%. 8. Saskatchewan. 10.5%. 7.
Alberta ... considered predominantly rural, then 66% of income assistance clients
can be ...
Oct 1, 2015 ... That's because current minimum wage levels would have to increase by ... set in
1976, when a minimum wage job lifted a worker above the poverty line. ... by left-
leaning think tank the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives shows. ... 20 per
cent below the province's low income measure — while in 1976, ...
May 9, 2016 ... Ontario's poverty gap for single adults on welfare has skyrocketed by 200 ... 20
years, according to analysis by Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. ... living
on incomes 60 per cent below the poverty line, the report says.