The results from the 206 Census (the first full results one, after the years of obscurantism of the Harper government) have uncovered an interesting demographic shift in Canada.
Here is a good analysis from The Globe an Mail.
Percentage of Canadian Households per occupancy:
28% people live alone.
26% couple with children
26% couple without children.
And 42 of the top 50 places where people live alone are in Quebec.
And multiculturalism is reflected in the languages spoken at home; where 49.6% of households speak English, French, and a third non-official language.