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First Nations peoples able to converse in an Aboriginal language in Canada 2011

This statistic shows the percentage of First Nations peoples who were able to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language in Canada in 2011. Roughly two percent of First Nations peoples who were not registered Indians could converse in an Aboriginal language in Canada in 2011.

Percentage of First Nations peoples able to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language in Canada 2011, by status

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Source

Release date

October 2014

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2011

Age group

16-65 years

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