In Whistler the majority of the married population have no children living at home. This accounts for about 44.74% of the married population. Couples with 2 children at home account for 25.56% of the married couple population in Whistler. Couples with 1 child at home account for 22.93% of the married couple population in Whistler. Couples with 3 or more children at home account for 6.77% of the married couple population in Whistler.
In 2011, the most typical family was a couple with no children, continuing a pattern spotted in 2006. Statistics Canada found that 44.5 per cent of families have no kids at home, partly reflecting the aging of the baby-boomer bulge, the leading edge of which has started turning 65
|no children||44.74 %|
|2 children||25.56 %|
|1 child||22.93 %|
|3 or more children||6.77 %|