By Debbie Hayton writing for The Post
From the article,
One in three hundred Canadians identify as transgender or non-binary. Or to be precise, of the nearly 30.5 million people in Canada aged 15 and over living in a private household, 59,460 were transgender and another 41,335 were non-binary. The data comes from a new census which Statistics Canada claims to be a world first to report on transgender and non-binary people.
The breakdown of the data shows that young people are more likely to identify as transgender.
The data shows that women are more likely to "grow out of it" than men.