Canadian Aboriginal individuals with select long-term health problems 2017, by gender

Percentage of Aboriginal individuals in Canada with self-reported select long-term health problems in 2017, by gender*

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Release date

December 2020



Survey time period


Number of respondents

43,645 respondents

Age group

15 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)

Supplementary notes

* Long-term health problems (self-reported) refers to whether or not a person has reported that a health professional has diagnosed him or her with a long-term or chronic medical condition. Long-term or chronic conditions are those which have lasted, or are expected to last, six months or more. Adapted from Statistics Canada,, 2017. This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

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