Table 6-7
Inuit children aged 6 to 14 who experienced hunger and how often they experienced hunger, outside Inuit Nunaat, 2006

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Experienced hunger and frequency Total
count % 95% confidence interval
from to
a) Child experienced being hungry
Total 2,410 100
Yes 200E 8E 5.4 12.0
No 2,180 90 86.3 93.5
Not stated x x x x
b) How often child experienced being hungry
Total 230E 100
Every few months or more F F F F
Occassionally, not a regular occurrence 110E 48E 30.9 68.2
Not stated x x x x
Percents may not add up to 100% because responses of 'don't know', 'refusal' and 'not stated' were included in the calculation of all estimates and rounding.
'Not stated' includes 'not stated', 'don't know' and 'refusal'.
Four regions comprise Inuit Nunaat which means "Inuit homeland" in the Inuit language. These four regions are: Nunatsiavut in northern Labrador, Nunavik in northern Quebec, the territory of Nunavut, and the Inuvialuit region in the Northwest Territories.
Source: Statistics Canada, Aboriginal Peoples Survey, 2006