Proportion of Aboriginal identity population, First Nations people, Métis and Inuit for selected Aboriginal language indicators, Canada, 2011
|Selected Aboriginal language indicators||Total Aboriginal identity population||First Nations single identity||Métis single identity||Inuit single identity|
|Proportion (%) of population|
|Ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language||17.2||22.4||2.5||63.7|
|Aboriginal language as mother tongue||14.5||18.7||1.8||58.7|
|Aboriginal language spoken at least regularly at home||14.0||18.0||1.6||59.5|
|Aboriginal language spoken most often at home||8.5||10.3||0.7||45.9|
|Aboriginal language spoken regularly at homeFootnote 1||5.5||7.7||0.9||13.6|
Note: Please refer to Box 2: Concepts and definitions at the end of the document for concepts and definitions.
Source: Statistics Canada, National Household Survey, 2011.
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