Population reporting an Aboriginal identity, by mother tongue, by province and territory (2006 Census) (Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia)

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Population reporting an Aboriginal identity, by mother tongue, by province and territory (2006 Census)
(Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia)
  2006
  Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S.
  number
Aboriginal population 1,172,790 23,450 1,730 24,170
Total single responses1 1,155,795 23,320 1,690 23,710
English 851,500 20,935 1,530 17,755
French 96,745 200 60 1,845
Non-official languages 207,555 2,185 100 4,105
Aboriginal languages 207,205 2,185 95 4,110
Algonquian languages 142,860 1,590 75 4,075
  Cree 77,970 20 0 15
  Ojibway 24,025 0 0 0
  Oji-Cree 11,630 10 0 0
  Montagnais-Naskapi 10,535 1,555 0 0
  Mi'kmaq 7,310 0 75 4,045
  Atikamekw 5,135 0 0 0
  Blackfoot 3,080 0 0 0
  Other Algonquian languages 3,175 0 0 20
Inuktitut 31,925 595 15 15
Athapaskan languages 18,765 0 0 10
  Dene 9,700 0 0 0
  Dogrib 1,995 0 0 0
  Other Athapaskan languages 7,070 0 0 0
Dakota/Sioux 5,540 0 0 0
Salish languages 3,150 0 0 0
Tsimshian languages 2,120 0 0 10
Other Aboriginal languages 2,855 0 0 0
Other single responses 345 0 0 0
Total multiple responses2 16,995 130 40 465
English and Aboriginal language(s) 10,915 90 0 275
French and Aboriginal language(s) 815 0 0 10
English, French and Aboriginal language(s) 215 0 10 0
Other multiple responses 5,045 40 30 190

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