Table 3
Population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue, population who reported an ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language and population who reported an ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language that is not their mother tongue, for selected Aboriginal identity categories, Canada, 2011

Table 3 Population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue, population who reported an ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language and population who reported an ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language that is not their mother tongue, for selected Aboriginal identity categories, Canada, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of table 3 population who reported an aboriginal mother tongue. The information is grouped by selected aboriginal identity categories (appearing as row headers), persons reporting an aboriginal mother tongue, persons reporting an ability to conduct a conversation in an aboriginal language, total and persons who could conduct a conversation in an aboriginal language that is not their mother tongue, calculated using number and % units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Selected Aboriginal identity categories Persons reporting an Aboriginal mother tongueFootnote 1 Persons reporting an ability to conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language
TotalFootnote 1 Persons who could conduct a conversation in an Aboriginal language that is not their mother tongue
numberFootnote 1,Footnote 2 %
Total Aboriginal identity population 202,495 240,815 52,275 21.7
First Nations single identity 158,880 191,010 44,140 23.1
Métis single identity 8,270 11,255 3,975 35.3
Inuit single identity 34,900 37,880 3,845 10.2
Non-Aboriginal identity population 1,255 4,305 3,465 80.5
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