Demographic and socio-economic census characteristics, by Aboriginal identity group in Dissemination Area, Canada (excluding Quebec), 2001
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|Characteristics||Low % Aboriginal||High % First Nations||High % Métis||High % Inuit|
|Aboriginal identity population (%)||3||77||57||87|
|Population aged 0 to 19 (%)||30||45||41||48|
|Population aged 0 to 19 of Aboriginal identity (%)||4||86||67||93|
|Population in weak or non-Metropolitan-Influenced Zone (%)||8||66||70||100|
|Population without secondary graduation (%)||30||53||45||52|
|Population not in labour force (%)||30||42||31||33|
|Population living in crowded dwellings (%)||3||21||10||27|
|Population in dwellings in need of major repair (%)||8||32||20||23|
|Average household income per person ($)||26,381||12,878||16,737||21,123|
Notes: Dissemination Areas where at least 33% of the population reported Aboriginal identity are classified as high-percentage Aboriginal identity. Classification as high-percentage First Nations, Métis or Inuit is based on the predominant group.
Source: 2001 Census of Canada.
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