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Figure 8
Top 10 census metropolitan areas1 with the largest number of First Nations people, 2006

Figure 8  Top 10 census metropolitan areas with the largest number of First Nations people, 2006

Sources: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.

Description

This horizontal bar chart illustrates the top ten cities in Canada where the largest number of First Nations people live.

The Y axis lists the cities, from top to bottom, the cities listed are: Winnipeg, Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Saskatoon, Calgary, Ottawa - Gatineau, Montréal, Regina and Thunder Bay.

The X axis is measured in numbers and increases in increments of 5,000 from 0 to 30,000.

There are 25,900 First Nations people in Winnipeg.

There are 23,515 First Nations people in Vancouver.

There are 22,440 First Nations people in Edmonton.

There are 17,275 First Nations people in Toronto.

There are 11,510 First Nations people in Saskatoon.

There are 10,875 First Nations people in Calgary.

There are 10,790 First Nations people in Ottawa - Gatineau.

There are 10,130 First Nations people in Montréal.

There are 9,495 First Nations people in Regina.

There are 7,420 First Nations people in Thunder Bay.

Note:

  1. A census metropolitan area (CMA) has a total population of at least 100,000 of which 50,000 or more live in the urban core.

Sources: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.