Comparison of socio-economic characteristics between
Inuit Nunangat and the rest of Canada, 2006
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|Inuit Nunangat||Rest of territories 1||Rest of Canada 2|
|Children (under 15 years old)||32||21||18|
|Seniors (65 years and over)||3||6||14|
|University graduates 3||15||24||25|
|No high school diploma 3||45||21||20|
|Dwellings in need of major repairs||21||16||7|
|Living in crowded dwellings 4||30||8||5|
Includes all police services of the territories, with the exception of police services that serve Inuit Nunangat.
Excludes Inuit Nunangat and police services of the territories.
Population aged 25 and over.
Dwellings having more than one person per room.
The community of Rigolet, Newfoundland and Labrador, and all communities in Nunavik, Quebec, are excluded from Inuit Nunangat because of police-reported data limitations.
Statistics Canada, 2006 Census.
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