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Aboriginal identity population by age groups, median age and sex, 2006 counts for both sexes, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities) with 5,000-plus population - 20% sample data

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.

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Geographic name CSD type Total population Aboriginal identity population1 North American Indian Métis Inuit Non-aboriginal identity population
Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest Sort highest to lowest Sort lowest to highest
Canada !   31,241,030 1,172,785 698,025 389,780 50,480 30,068,240
Ontario !   12,028,895 242,495 158,395 73,605 2,035 11,786,405
North Spirit Lake, IRI (Ont.) ! IRI 255 250 250 0 0 10
North Stormont, TP (Ont.) TP 6,720 135 75 55 0 6,580
Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, T (Ont.) ! T 2,675 425 225 140 0 2,250
Northern Bruce Peninsula, MU (Ont.) ! MU 3,810 100 15 85 0 3,715
Norwich, TP (Ont.) TP 10,480 120 65 25 0 10,355
O'Connor, TP (Ont.) ! TP 720 25 0 20 0 690
Oakville, T (Ont.) T 164,485 665 420 200 0 163,820
Oil Springs, VL (Ont.) VL 710 15 10 0 0 700
Oliver Paipoonge, MU (Ont.) ! MU 5,755 240 145 75 0 5,510
Opasatika, TP (Ont.) ! TP 280 10 10 10 0 265
Orangeville, T (Ont.) T 26,690 270 120 130 10 26,420
Orillia, CY (Ont.) ! CY 29,165 1,325 910 335 10 27,840
Oro-Medonte, TP (Ont.) TP 20,020 390 175 185 10 19,625
Oshawa, CY (Ont.) ! CY 140,240 2,515 1,525 775 20 137,730
Osnaburgh 63A, IRI (Ont.) IRI 155 155 155 0 0 0
Osnaburgh 63B, IRI (Ont.) ! IRI 350 345 345 0 0 0
Otonabee-South Monaghan, TP (Ont.) TP 6,910 140 65 65 0 6,770
Ottawa, C (Ont.) C 801,270 12,245 6,575 4,495 600 789,025
Owen Sound, CY (Ont.) ! CY 20,895 680 255 390 10 20,215
Papineau-Cameron, TP (Ont.) ! TP 1,055 235 45 155 0 820
Parry Island First Nation, IRI (Ont.) ! IRI 350 325 325 0 0 25
Parry Sound, T (Ont.) T 5,600 280 165 110 0 5,315
Parry Sound, Unorganized, Centre Part, NO (Ont.) ! NO 2,410 220 105 115 0 2,190
Parry Sound, Unorganized, North East Part, NO (Ont.) ! NO 230 0 0 0 0 235
Pays Plat 51, IRI (Ont.) ! IRI 80 75 65 0 0 0
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Note:

1. The total Aboriginal identity population includes the Aboriginal groups (North American Indian, Métis and Inuit), multiple Aboriginal responses and Aboriginal responses not included elsewhere.

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