Health of indigenous peoples in Canada

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Statista dossier on the health of indigenous peoples in Canada

This dossier presents facts and figures on the indigenous peoples of Canada. Also known as Native Canadians and Aboriginal Canadians, these peoples include the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. Included in the dossier are figures regarding diseases, mental health, substance abuse, treatment, and risk factors among this population.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Canadian aboriginal reported health status 2011-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Canadian aboriginals mental health perception 2011-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Self-reported mental health among Canadian First Nations youth as of 2015-2016

    • Canadian aboriginal's life stress perception 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Self-rated oral health among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016, by gender

    • Self-rated oral health among Canadian First Nations youth 2015-2016, by gender

  • 2. Diseases
    • Prevalence of chronic health conditions among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Prevalence of chronic health conditions among Canadian First Nations youth 2015-2016

    • Chronic health condition prevalence among Canadian First Nations children 2015-2016

    • Age of chronic health diagnoses among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Chlamydia rates among Canadian First Nations peoples 2011-2015

    • HCV rates among Canadian First Nations peoples 2011-2015, by province

    • MRSA rates among Canadian First Nations peoples 2011-2015

    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with arthritis 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with asthma 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with diabetes 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Aboriginals with heart problems in Canada 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

  • 3. Mental health
    • Prevalence of mental health conditions among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Mental health diagnoses among Canadian First Nations youth as of 2015-2016

    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with a mood disorder 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Mental health providers/contacts used by Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Commonly contacted mental health providers among Canadian First Nations youth 2015-16

  • 4. Substance abuse
    • Binge drinking among aboriginals in Canada 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Alcohol consumption behaviors among Canadian First Nations youth 2015-2016

    • Cannabis and cocaine use among Canadian First Nations Adults as of 2015-2016

    • Abstinence from illicit drug use among Canadian First Nations Adults as of 2015-2016

    • Abstinence from illicit drug use among Canadian First Nations youth as of 2015-2016

  • 5. Treatment
    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with a regular doctor 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Treated chronic health conditions among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Diabetes treatment methods among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Treated chronic health conditions among Canadian First Nations youth 2015-2016

    • First Nations children that received treatment for chronic health issues 2015-2016

    • Canadian First Nations youth receiving treatment for mental health issues 2015-2016

    • Mental health treatment access among Canadian First Nations children as of 2015-2016

    • Canadian First Nations adults that sought treatment for alcohol addiction 2015-2016

    • Treatment for illicit drug use among Canadian First Nations Adults as of 2015-2016

    • Canadian First Nations adults that had dental care within 1 year 2002-2016, by age

  • 6. Risk factors
    • Share of Canadian aboriginals who were overweight 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Share of Canadian aboriginals with obesity 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Share of aboriginal current smokers in Canada 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Methods used to quit smoking among Canadian First Nations adults 2015-2016

    • Canadian aboriginals with influenza immunization 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

    • Immunization rates among Canadian First Nations children in 2015, by age

    • Prenatal risk factors among Atlantic First Nations mothers in Canada in 2015-2016

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