Use of food banks in Canada has stabilized but a new report shows that single people – and especially seniors – are more likely to be using the facilities.

As more Canadians struggle with their finances, Food Banks Canada says that food bank use among single people has hit a record high with single person households accounting for 48% of users.

By analyzing data from 4,934 food banks across Canada, the organization has discovered that this percentage is up from 38% in 2010, while single parent usage has fallen in that time from 27.5% to 18%.