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Common-Law, Lone-Parent Families on the Rise in Canada, Census Finds

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September 19, 2012
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The mom-pop-and-three-kids-under-one-roof model that typified Canadian households of 50 years ago has morphed into a complex and diverse web of family ties involving living alone, re-marriage, stepchildren, empty-nesters and multiple generations sharing a home.


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