Table A.4.3
DistributionNote 1 of the population aged 5 to 24Note 2 with Aboriginal identityNote 3, by age group and living arrangementsNote 4, Canada, 2011Note 5

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Table A.4.3
Distribution of the population aged 5 to 24 with Aboriginal identity, by age group and living arrangements, Canada, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of Distribution of the population aged 5 to 24with Aboriginal identity 2011, 5 to 24, 5 to 14, 15 to 19 and 20 to 24, calculated using percentage units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  2011
5 to 24 5 to 14 15 to 19 20 to 24
percentage
Canada, total Aboriginal identityNote 6  
Living with parent(s)Note 7 81 95 84 47
Married parents 36 39 39 24
Common-law parents 15 20 13 5
Lone parent 31 36 32 18
Not living with any parentNote 7 19 5 16 53
Living as part of a couple 6 0 4 24
Living as lone parent 3 0 3 9
Other living arrangements 10 5 9 21
All living arrangements 100 100 100 100
Population (number) 510,520 256,005 139,065 115,455
Canada, First Nations (North American Indian) single identityNote 8  
Living with parent(s)Note 7 80 93 82 45
Married parents 31 34 34 20
Common-law parents 16 22 14 6
Lone parent 33 38 34 19
Not living with any parentNote 7 20 7 18 55
Living as part of a couple 6 0 4 24
Living as lone parent 3 0 3 11
Other living arrangements 11 7 11 20
All living arrangements 100 100 100 100
Population (number) 324,670 167,800 86,315 70,545
Canada, Métis single identity  
Living with parent(s)Note 7 84 98 89 50
Married parents 45 51 49 30
Common-law parents 11 15 11 5
Lone parent 27 31 29 15
Not living with any parentNote 7 16 2 11 50
Living as part of a couple 6 0 2 21
Living as lone parent 2 0 1 5
Other living arrangements 9 2 7 24
All living arrangements 100 100 100 100
Population (number) 149,590 69,555 43,385 36,655
Canada, Inuk (Inuit) single identity  
Living with parent(s)Note 7 81 96 82 47
Married parents 37 40 40 24
Common-law parents 20 29 16 6
Lone parent 24 27 26 17
Not living with any parentNote 7 19 4 18 53
Living as part of a couple 9 0 6 32
Living as lone parent 3 0 4 8
Other living arrangements 7 4 8 13
All living arrangements 100 100 100 100
Population (number) 24,915 12,965 6,280 5,670
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