The Low Income dot layer on the Winnipeg Health Region map has been updated with data from the 2016 Census. This layer is based on the Low-income measure , after tax (LIM-AT) method for classifying individuals as living in low income households. A detailed definition of LIM-AT is available. (click on the hyperlink).
The Low-income dot layer is a very effective tool for illustrating the location and magnitude of low-income populations in Winnipeg. Each dot represents 5 individuals, and the the different color dots represent different age ranges (0-5 yrs, 6-17 yrs, 18-64 yrs, 65 plus).
As shown below, there are low-income individuals living in all parts of Winnipeg