Table A.4.4
DistributionNote 1 of the population aged 5 to 24 with Aboriginal identityNote 2, by age group and by work activity of parents, Canada, 2011Note 3

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Table A.4.4 Proportion of visible minorities among the school-age population (ages 5 to 24), Canada and jurisdictions, in and out of census metropolitan areas (CMAs), 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of Table A.4.4 Distribution of the population aged 5 to 24 with 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 4  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 48 45 53 53
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 17 18 15 15
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 21 22 19 19
OtherNote 5 14 15 13 13
Population, two-parent family (number) 257,685 151,350 72,635 33,700
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 52 48 58 58
Mostly part time 12 13 11 9
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 36 39 32 33
Population, lone-parent family (number) 156,205 91,415 44,515 20,280
Canada, First Nations peopleNote 6 single identity  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 44 42 48 48
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 15 15 14 14
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 23 24 22 21
OtherNote 5 18 19 17 16
Population, two-parent family (number) 151,980 92,460 41,165 18,345
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 48 45 54 53
Mostly part time 11 12 10 9
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 41 43 36 37
Population, lone-parent family (number) 106,940 64,370 29,305 13,270
Canada, Métis single identity  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 55 51 61 61
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 22 25 18 17
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 16 18 14 15
OtherNote 5 7 7 7 7
Population, two-parent family (number) 84,810 46,105 25,990 12,720
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 61 56 65 68
Mostly part time 13 15 11 10
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 26 28 24 22
Population, lone-parent family (number) 40,215 21,845 12,790 5,585
Canada, Inuk (Inuit) single identity  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 47 46 49 44
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 15 17 14 13
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 22 23 22 22
OtherNote 5 15 14 16 20
Population, two-parent family (number) 14,175 8,945 3,510 1,720
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 54 54 57 52
Mostly part time 13 15 12 10
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 33 32 31 38
Population, lone-parent family (number) 6,055 3,455 1,640 955
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