Appendix 3: Questionnaires
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The questionnaires are available on the Statistics Canada website at www.statcan.gc.ca
Children and youth questionnaire:
This questionnaire was directed at Aboriginal children and youth (6 to 14 years), living off-reserve (in all provinces and territories). The parent or guardian of the child/youth answered the questionnaire on their behalf. The questionnaire included questions on: general health, health care utilization, activity limitations, chronic conditions, medications, physical injuries, dental care, nutrition, education, social activities and relationships, language, child care arrangements and general household information.
This questionnaire was administered to adults (15 years and older) living off reserve (in all provinces and territories). The following sections were included: education, language, labour activity, income, health, communication technology, mobility and housing.
For the 2001 Aboriginal Peoples Survey, Statistics Canada, the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, Nunavut Tunngavik, Makivik Incorporated, the Labrador Inuit Association, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and Laval University developed jointly a supplement to the APS core survey. This supplement for those aged 15 and older included a number of questions from the Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic (SLCA), carried out in a number of circumpolar countries. The supplement contained the following sections: household and harvesting activities, personal wellness and community wellness. Questions from the supplement were asked of those living in the four Inuit regions across the north of Canada.
This part of the survey, developed jointly with the Métis National Council, was administered only to the Aboriginal adult population (15 years and older) who self-identify as Métis and/or who have Métis ancestry. This portion of the survey was not conducted in Inuit communities. This supplement contains the following sections: family background, household information, cultural background and health.
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