Table 4
Female population, by Aboriginal identity, selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, Canada, 2006

Table 4
Female population, by Aboriginal identity, selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, Canada, 2006
Table summary
This table displays the results of Female population, by Aboriginal identity. The information is grouped by Selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations, Census metropolitan area, Census agglomeration appearing as row headers and is grouped by Total - Female population, Total - Aboriginal female population, As a % of total female population, First Nations female population, As a % of total female population, Métis female population, As a % of total female population, Non-Aboriginal female population, As a % of total female population appearing as column headers.
Selected census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations Total - Female population Total - Aboriginal female population As a % of total female population First Nations female population As a % of total female population Métis female population As a % of total female population Non-Aboriginal female population As a % of total female population
Census metropolitan area
Winnipeg 351,975 35,905 10 14,350 4 20,735 6 316,070 90
Edmonton 515,525 27,375 5 11,965 2 14,380 3 488,155 95
Vancouver 1,072,920 21,290 2 12,475 1 7,835 1 1,051,635 98
Toronto 2,602,990 14,415 1 9,365 0 4,065 0 2,588,575 99
Calgary 536,530 13,955 3 5,800 1 7,705 1 522,575 97
Saskatoon 118,480 11,010 9 6,125 5 4,665 4 107,465 91
Ottawa-Gatineau 573,420 11,005 2 5,885 1 4,135 1 562,415 98
Montréal 1,843,990 9,355 1 5,365 0 3,025 0 1,834,640 99
Regina 99,395 9,125 9 5,260 5 3,625 4 90,270 91
Victoria 169,645 5,805 3 3,535 2 1,975 1 163,840 97
Census agglomeration
Prince Albert 20,865 7,130 34 3,605 17 3,445 17 13,735 66
Prince George 41,175 4,520 11 2,280 6 2,045 5 36,655 89
Sault Ste. Marie 40,815 4,100 10 2,515 6 1,515 4 36,720 90
Kamloops 46,860 3,800 8 2,270 5 1,415 3 43,055 92
Grande Prairie 34,620 3,250 9 1,380 4 1,785 5 31,370 91
Wood Buffalo 24,385 3,105 13 1,620 7 1,250 5 21,280 87
Chilliwack 40,925 2,940 7 2,025 5 800 2 37,980 93
Nanaimo 46,845 2,810 6 1,775 4 895 2 44,035 94
Thompson 6,600 2,645 40 1,760 27 810 12 3,955 60
Prince Rupert 6,660 2,605 39 2,380 36 95 1 4,055 61
Note: A census metropolitan area (CMA) is an area consisting of one or more neighbouring municipalities situated around a major core area. A census metropolitan area must have a total population of at least 100,000 of which 50,000 or more live in the core.
A census agglomeration (CA) is formed by one or more adjacent municipalities centered on a large core. A CA must have a core population of at least 10,000.
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.
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