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Fact:

These facts and figures provide a snapshot of the issue of homelessness in Canada:

An estimated 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness each year
35,000 Canadians experience homelessness on any given night
50,000+ Canadians experience hidden homelessness, such as couchsurfing, sleeping in a car, or other precarious housing
20% of the homeless population are young people aged 16-24
Aboriginal peoples are over-represented in the homeless population – 1 in 4 people experiencing homelessness identify as Aboriginal or First Nations
One of the fastest growing demographics of the homeless population is children & families
10% of Canadian families live below low-income cut-off
14% of Canadian children live in poverty

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