Proportion of Aboriginal identity population with knowledge of at least one Aboriginal language, 2006
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Note(s): Knowledge of Aboriginal languages: refers to the ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language. The 'on reserve' population includes all people living in any of eight census subdivision (CSD) types legally affiliated with First Nations or Indian bands, as well as selected CSDs of various other types which have large concentrations of registered Indians. The 'on reserve' population is defined according to criteria established by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
See 2006 Census Dictionary for more information on census subdivision types associated with the 'on reserve' population.
Source(s): Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.
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