Table 12
Proportion of male and female youth admitted to remand, by Aboriginal identity, 2004/2005 to 2008/2009

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Year Admissions to remand1
Male Female
Aboriginal Non-Aboriginal Aboriginal Non-Aboriginal
number percent2 percent change number percent2 percent change number percent3 percent change number percent3 percent change
2004/2005 2,330 21.7 ... 8,425 78.3 ... 771 27.1 ... 2,074 72.9 ...
2005/2006 2,505 22.2 7.5 8,755 77.8 3.9 796 27.0 3.2 2,147 73.0 3.5
2006/2007 2,579 22.6 3.0 8,815 77.4 0.7 783 26.3 -1.6 2,198 73.7 2.4
2007/2008 2,866 24.6 11.1 8,786 75.4 -0.3 929 30.8 18.6 2,088 69.2 -5.0
2008/2009 2,673 25.0 -6.7 8,032 75.0 -8.6 968 33.6 4.2 1,912 66.4 -8.4
1. Remand total excludes Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Nunavut.
2. Percent within the total male youth population admitted to remand.
3. Percent within the total female youth population admitted to remand.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Youth Custody and Community Services Survey.
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