Consumer Lifestyles in Canada

  • ID: 246347
  • Report
  • Region: Canada
  • 37 Pages
  • Euromonitor International
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In contrast to recent years, consumer confidence has strengthened based on an improving economy, supporting growth, albeit slow growth, in consumer spending. Rising levels of spending have also been reflected in greater comfort in consumer borrowing, but rising household debt has become a concern. High house prices have discouraged younger consumers from jumping on the property ladder and slowed demand for a wide range of household items. Younger consumers are driving growth in online shopping.

The Consumer Lifestyles in Canada report analyses factors influencing national consumer expenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development, home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, education, eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisure habits, savings and investments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism. Use this report to understand the factors influencing a nation's lifestyle choices.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

Why buy this report?
  • Get a detailed picture of the Consumer Lifestyles market;
  • Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;
  • Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;
  • Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.
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June 2017

List of Contents and Tables:

Lifestyles in Canada
Chart 1 Consumer Lifestyles in 2017
Top Five Consumer Trends
Consumer Spending Expected To Continue To Grow, Albeit Slowly
Consumers Increasingly Going Online To Shop
High Prices Making It Difficult for Millennials To Get on Property Ladder
Newly Arrived Immigrants Influencing Consumer Behaviour
Growing Number of Later-lifers Change Spending Habits
Consumer Segmentation
Babies and Infants
Chart 2 Number of Babies and Infants (Aged 0-2) and Average Age at Childbirth
Chart 3 Number of Kids (Aged 3-8)
Chart 4 Number of Tweens (Aged 9-12)
Chart 5 Number of Teens (Aged 13-17)
Young Adults
Chart 6 Distribution of Young Adults (Aged 18-29) and Age at First Marriage
Middle Youth
Chart 7 Number of Middle Youth (Aged 30-44)
Chart 8 Number of Mid-Lifers (Aged 45-59)
Chart 9 Number of Later-Lifers (Aged 60+) and Life Expectancy
House and Home
the Home Space
Chart 10 Overview of Households: 2016
Chart 11 Households by Type, Occupants, and Pet Ownership
Running Costs
Chart 12 Running Costs per Household: 2016
Spending and Saving
Attitudes Towards Spending
Attitudes Towards Savings
Chart 13 Key Spending and Savings Measures: 2016
Main Household Shop
Chart 14 Main Household Shop by Retailer Type: 2016
Shopping for Big-ticket Items
Shopping Online
Chart 15 Internet Retail Spending: 2016
Eating and Drinking
Eating Habits
Chart 16 Consumer Spending on Food and Non-Alcoholic Drinks: 2016
Drinking Habits
Chart 17 Consumer Spending on Beer, Wines and Spirits: 2016
Grooming and Appearance
Investing in Yourself: Female Personal Grooming and Hygiene
Chart 18 Consumer Expenditure on Personal Appearance: 2016
Investing in Yourself: Male Personal Grooming and Hygiene
Style Icons and Celebrity Influences
Healthy and Ethical Living
Attitudes To Health and Wellbeing
Chart 19 Consumer Expenditure on Personal Health: 2016
Ethical Living
Chart 20 Obese and Overweight Population by Gender: 2000-2016
Sport and Fitness
Chart 21 Percentage of Households Owning a Bicycle: 2016
Leisure and Recreation
Leisure Time
Chart 22 Accessing the Internet: 2016
Chart 23 Holiday Time: 2016
Opportunities for Celebrations and Gift-giving
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