Population reporting an Aboriginal identity, by mother tongue, by province and territory (2006 Census) (New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario)

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Population reporting an Aboriginal identity, by mother tongue, by province and territory (2006 Census)
(New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario)
  2006
  Canada N.B. Que. Ont.
  number
Aboriginal population 1,172,790 17,655 108,425 242,490
Total single responses1 1,155,795 17,300 106,685 239,740
English 851,500 10,220 11,665 197,440
French 96,745 4,025 55,560 19,350
Non-official languages 207,555 3,050 39,460 22,945
Aboriginal languages 207,205 3,050 39,425 22,850
Algonquian languages 142,860 3,030 29,755 21,915
  Cree 77,970 10 13,225 3,390
  Ojibway 24,025 0 25 12,155
  Oji-Cree 11,630 0 0 6,185
  Montagnais-Naskapi 10,535 25 8,935 10
  Mi'kmaq 7,310 2,510 565 80
  Atikamekw 5,135 0 5,130 0
  Blackfoot 3,080 0 0 0
  Other Algonquian languages 3,175 490 1,865 85
Inuktitut 31,925 10 9,535 370
Athapaskan languages 18,765 10 0 25
  Dene 9,700 0 0 10
  Dogrib 1,995 0 0 0
  Other Athapaskan languages 7,070 0 0 10
Dakota/Sioux 5,540 0 0 10
Salish languages 3,150 0 0 0
Tsimshian languages 2,120 0 0 0
Other Aboriginal languages 2,855 15 135 525
Other single responses 345 0 35 100
Total multiple responses2 16,995 350 1,745 2,750
English and Aboriginal language(s) 10,915 140 340 885
French and Aboriginal language(s) 815 10 405 25
English, French and Aboriginal language(s) 215 0 60 25
Other multiple responses 5,045 205 935 1,815

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