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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
Stirling-Rawdon, TP (Ont.) TP 4,800 125 45 65 0 4,680
Papineau-Cameron, TP (Ont.) ! TP 1,055 235 45 155 0 820
South-West Oxford, TP (Ont.) TP 7,590 55 45 10 0 7,530
Adjala-Tosorontio, TP (Ont.) TP 10,695 100 45 50 0 10,600
Addington Highlands, TP (Ont.) ! TP 2,445 215 45 170 0 2,230
Zhiibaahaasing 19A (Cockburn Island 19A), IRI (Ont.) ! IRI 50 45 45 0 0 10
Calvin, TP (Ont.) ! TP 610 110 40 70 0 500
Chisholm, TP (Ont.) ! TP 1,320 65 40 15 0 1,255
Hornepayne, TP (Ont.) ! TP 1,200 140 40 15 0 1,065
East Ferris, TP (Ont.) ! TP 4,170 165 40 115 0 4,005
Wahnapitei 11, IRI (Ont.) IRI 50 45 40 10 0 10
Highlands East, MU (Ont.) ! MU 3,085 195 40 155 0 2,890
McNab/Braeside, TP (Ont.) TP 7,215 195 40 155 0 7,015
North Middlesex, MU (Ont.) MU 6,540 55 40 20 0 6,490
Markstay-Warren, MU (Ont.) MU 2,475 380 40 300 0 2,095
Brooke-Alvinston, MU (Ont.) MU 2,655 50 40 0 0 2,600
Aylmer, T (Ont.) ! T 7,000 45 35 10 0 6,950
Mattawan, TP (Ont.) ! TP 150 45 35 0 0 105
Temagami, MU (Ont.) ! MU 935 90 35 40 0 845
Beckwith, TP (Ont.) ! TP 6,390 85 35 45 10 6,305
Brockton, MU (Ont.) MU 9,480 85 35 45 0 9,400
Nipissing, TP (Ont.) ! TP 1,640 85 35 45 0 1,560
La Vallee, TP (Ont.) TP 1,065 140 35 95 0 930
Manitouwadge, TP (Ont.) TP 2,290 135 35 95 0 2,155
Central Elgin, MU (Ont.) ! MU 12,605 105 35 60 0 12,500
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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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