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2006 Census: Aboriginal Peoples in Canada in 2006: Inuit, Métis and First Nations, 2006 Census: Data tables, figures and maps


Data tables

Table 1 Size and growth of the population by Aboriginal identity, Canada, 1996 and 2006

Table 2 Number and percentage of population reporting Aboriginal identity, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006

Table 3 Number and percentage of population who identified as Aboriginal, selected cities, 2006

Table 4 Living arrangements of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children aged 14 years and under, Canada, 2006

Table 5 Percentage of population living in crowded dwellings and in dwellings in need of major repairs, Canada and selected cities, 2006

Table 6 Age distribution and median age of the Inuit and non-Aboriginal populations, Canada, 2006

Table 7 Age distribution and median age of the Inuit population, regions, 2006

Table 8 Size and growth of the Inuit population, Canada and regions, 1996 and 2006

Table 9 Percentage of the Inuit and non-Aboriginal populations living in crowded dwellings, Canada and regions, 1996 and 2006

Table 10 Percentage of Inuit and non-Aboriginal populations living in dwellings in need of major repairs, Canada and regions, 1996 and 2006

Table 11 Living arrangements of Inuit and non-Aboriginal children aged 14 years and under, Canada, 2006

Table 12 Percentage of Inuit population who reported Inuktitut as mother tongue and as home language, and knowledge of Inuktitut, Canada and regions, 1996 and 2006

Table 13 Size and growth of the Métis population, Canada, provinces and territories, 1996 and 2006

Table 14 Living arrangements of Métis and non-Aboriginal children aged 14 years and under, Canada, 2006

Table 15 Percentage of Métis and non-Aboriginal populations living in crowded dwellings, urban and rural regions of Canada, provinces and territories, 1996 and 2006

Table 16 Percentage of Métis and non-Aboriginal populations living in dwellings in need of major repairs, urban and rural regions of Canada, provinces and territories, 1996 and 2006

Table 17 Size and growth of the First Nations population, Canada, provinces and territories, 1996 to 2006

Table 18 Urban centres where First Nations people accounted for at least 10% of the population, 2006

Table 19 Age distribution of First Nations populations living on and off reserve, Canada, 2006

Table 20 Living arrangements of First Nations and non-Aboriginal children 14 years of age and under, Canada, 2006

Table 21 Percentage of First Nations and non-Aboriginal populations living in crowded dwellings, Canada, 1996 and 2006

Table 22 Percentage of First Nations and non-Aboriginal populations living in dwellings in need of major repairs, Canada, 1996 and 2006

Table 23 Percentage of First Nations people who have knowledge of an Aboriginal language, by age groups, Canada, 2001 and 2006

Table 24 Aboriginal languages indicators for First Nations people, Canada, 2001 and 2006

Figures

Figure 1 Percentage of Aboriginal people in the population, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006

Figure 2 Distribution of the urban Aboriginal population by Aboriginal group, Canada, 1996 and 2006

Figure 3 Distribution of the Inuit population, regions, 2006

Figure 4 Percentage of Métis in the population of selected cities, 2006

Figure 5 Percentage of the Métis population with knowledge of an Aboriginal language, by age groups, Canada, 2006

Figure 6 Percentage of First Nations people in the population, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006

Figure 7 Percentage of First Nations people living on and off reserve, Canada, 1996 and 2006

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

Maps

Inuit Regions. Map reflects Statistics Canada's geographic reference date (January 1, 2006)

Inuit Regions. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) within Inuit Nunaat with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Canada. Location of Indian reserves by 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs)

Canada. 2006 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and Census Agglomerations (CAs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 5% or more

Canada. 2006 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and Census Agglomerations (CAs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 4,000 or more

Canada. 2006 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and Census Agglomerations (CAs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Canada. 2006 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and Census Agglomerations (CAs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Canada. 2006 Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and Census Agglomerations (CAs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Alberta. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Alberta. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Alberta. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Alberta. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

British Columbia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs)with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

British Columbia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

British Columbia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Manitoba. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Manitoba. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Manitoba. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Manitoba. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

New Brunswick. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

New Brunswick. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

New Brunswick. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Newfoundland and Labrador. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Newfoundland and Labrador. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Newfoundland and Labrador. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Newfoundland and Labrador. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Nova Scotia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Nova Scotia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Nova Scotia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Nova Scotia. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Northwest Territories. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Northwest Territories. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Northwest Territories. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Northwest Territories. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Nunavut. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Nunavut. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Ontario. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Ontario. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Ontario. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Ontario. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Prince Edward Island. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Prince Edward Island. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Quebec. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Quebec. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Quebec. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Quebec. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Saskatchewan. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Saskatchewan. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Saskatchewan. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more

Yukon Territory. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Aboriginal Identity Population of 250 or more

Yukon Territory. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with an Inuit Identity Population of 100 or more

Yukon Territory. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a Métis Identity Population of 250 or more

Yukon Territory. 2006 Census Subdivisions (CSDs) with a North American Indian Identity Population of 250 or more