Figure 2.4.4: Residential instability quintiles by dissemination area
Source:Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population, 25% sample
Residential instability quintiles are grouped based on Ontario cut-offs. With this method, quintiles are weighted provincially, so that each quintile contains 20% of all Ontario dissemination areas. This means that the distribution of quintiles across Middlesex-London or the City of London will not necessarily be equal, however it is helpful for making comparisons between geographies using provincially comparable measures of marginalization.
The map of Middlesex-London indicates that residential instability varies across areas.