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Where do Aboriginal people live? Aboriginal people live in different areas across Canada. The data are presented for First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples for geographical locations including Canada, the provinces, the territories, the census metropolitan areas, and communities. The tables also present data by age groups and sex, along with median age.
|Geographic name||Total population||Aboriginal identity population1||North American Indian||Métis||Inuit||Non-aboriginal identity population|
|Campbellton (New-Brunswick part), CA !||14,365||230||140||75||0||14,135|
|Amos, CA (Que.) !||17,590||675||560||90||0||16,910|