Aboriginal peoples

The Aboriginal peoples of Canada, as defined by the Constitution Act, 1982, comprise the Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada. These distinct groups have unique heritages, languages, cultures. Statistical information is available for the total Aboriginal population and each of the three groups.

Information is also available on age, sex, geographical locations, and historical data where available.

Aboriginal peoples - Complete listof questionnaires by subject for aboriginal peoples

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