Neighbourhood Demographics

See this link for some of the latest data we have on Heritage, compiled by Doug Elliott from the 2016 Census (and compared to the 2006 Census and 2016 Regina numbers):

Population:

  • In 2016, our population was 5,350, up just a bit from 5,325 in 2011.
  • Our current growth rate is 1%, compared to a Regina City average of 1.7%.

 


 

The following is older data, compiled in 2011, for reference.

Age of our population (2011):

  • 6% is between 0 and 4
  • 9% is between 5 and 14
  • 5% is between 15 and 19
  • 8% is between 20 and 24
  • 36% is between 25 and 44
  • 23% is between 45 and 64
  • 6% is between 65 and 74
  • 7% is over 75 years old
  • Our average age is 33 years; the City average is 37 years

Family Structures (2011)

  • 51% of our community members lives alone; the City average is 30%
  • 30% of our community consists of lone parents; the City average is 19%
  • 43% of individuals aged 15 and older are single (1,930); the City average is 30.2%
  • 25% of individuals aged 15 and older are married (1,155); the City average is 58.8%
  • 11% of individuals aged 15 and older are common-law (520); the City average is 8.2%
  • 11% of individuals aged 15 and older are divorced (490); the City average is 6.2%
  • 7% of individuals aged 15 and older are widowed (320); the City average is 5.7%
  • 3% of individuals aged 15 and older are separated (130); the City average is 2.2%
  • 31% of households have children under six years old living at home (365)
  • 33% of households have children between 5-14 years old living at home (400)
  • 11% of households have children between 15-17 years old living at home (125)
  • 14% of households have children between 18-24 years old living at home (170)
  • 11% of households have children 25 years+ living at home (130)

Diversity (2011)

  • 18% of our population is identified as Aboriginal; the City average is 10%
  • 72% of our residents were born in Saskatchewan
  • 19% were born elsewhere in Canada
  • Between 2006 – 2011, 53% of our population immigrated to Heritage.
  • The most popular country of birth is the Philippines (3,395 residents)

Housing  Characteristics (2011)

  • 67% of individuals are renting their homes
  • 34% of individuals own their home
  • 80% of dwellings require minor repairs
  • 20% of dwellings require major repairs
  • 54.7% of household renters are spending 30% or more of their income on shelter; the City average is 44.7%
  • 23.9% of household owners are spending 30% or more of their income on shelter; the City average is 13%
  • 1,220 private dwellings are single-detached houses
  • 795 private dwellings are apartments with less than 5 storeys
  • 440 private dwellings are apartments with 5+ storeys
  • 95 private dwellings are duplexes
  • 80 private dwellings are row houses
  • 45 private dwellings are semi-detached houses

Population Mobility (2011)

From 2006 to 2011,

  • 37% of Heritage residents did not move
  • 31% moved within in Regina
  • 15% moved from another country
  • 10% moved from elsewhere in Saskatchewan
  • 7% moved from another province.

Completed Education (2011)

From our population aged 15 and over:

  • 28% have completed grade 12 (1,220 residents)
  • 26% have less than grade 12 (1,135 residents)
  • 26% have other certificate or diploma (1,160 residents)
  • 20% have a University degree (865 residents)

Labour Force Participation (2011)

From our population:

  • 59% are employed (2,580 residents)
  • 32% are not in the labour force (1,410 residents)
  • 9% are unemployed (395 residents)

Transportation (2011)

The method of travel to place of work among those in the labour force are:

  • 1,500 residents (58%) use vehicles as the driver
  • 225 residents (9%) use vehicles as the passenger
  • 215 residents (8%) use public transit
  • 490 (19%) walk
  • 40 (2%) use a bicycle

Income – Household (2010)

  • The average after tax household income is $38,434, this is an increase of 24% from 2006 data ($30,961)
  • The average gross household income is $43,441, this is a decrease of 3.7% from 2006 data ($45,043)

Income – Individual (2011)

The distribution of income of individuals aged 15 and over in Heritage:

  • 5.5% are without income; the City average is 3.8%
  • 9.1% earn under $5,000; the City average is 7.6%
  • 7.1% earn between 5k-10k; the City average is 5.7%
  • 8.9% earn between 10k-15k; the City average is 6.5%
  • 11.4% earn between 15k-20k; the City average is 7.5%
  • 24.1% earn between 20k-30k; the City average is 12.7%
  • 15.1% earn between 30k-40k; the City average is 12.7%
  • 5.3% earn between 40k-50k; the City average is 10.6%
  • 5.7% earn between 50k-60k; the City average is 8.4%
  • 4.7% earn between 60k-80k; the City average is 11.8%
  • 1.8% earn between 80k-1000k; the City average is 6.2%
  • 1.3% earn over 100,000; the City average is 6.5%

Low Income Measures (2010)

Our population with an after tax income below the low income measure:

  • There were 1,855 individuals (35%) living in low-income households in Heritage; the City average is 13% (24,035 residents)
  • There were 500 children (48%) less than 18 years old living in low-income households; the City average is 19%
  • 33% of Heritage residents between the ages of 18-64 lived in low-income households; the City average is 11%
  • 29% of those ages 65+ lived in low-income households; the City average is 12%

Housing  Characteristics (2011)

  • 67% of individuals are renting their homes
  • 34% of individuals own their home
  • 80% of dwellings require minor repairs
  • 20% of dwellings require major repairs
  • 54.7% of household renters are spending 30% or more of their income on shelter; the City average is 44.7%
  • 23.9% of household owners are spending 30% or more of their income on shelter; the City average is 13%
  • 1,220 private dwellings are single-detached houses
  • 795 private dwellings are apartments with less than 5 storeys
  • 440 private dwellings are apartments with 5+ storeys
  • 95 private dwellings are duplexes
  • 80 private dwellings are row houses
  • 45 private dwellings are semi-detached houses

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