Table 4
Population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue and population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue but who could not conduct a conversation in that language, for selected Aboriginal identity categories, Canada, 2011

Table 4 Population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue and population who reported an Aboriginal mother tongue but who could not conduct a conversation in that language, for selected Aboriginal identity categories, Canada, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of table 4 population who reported an aboriginal mother tongue and population who reported an aboriginal mother tongue but who could not conduct a conversation in that language. The information is grouped by selected aboriginal identity categories (appearing as row headers), persons reporting an aboriginal mother tongue, total and persons who could not conduct a conversation in their aboriginal mother tongue, calculated using number and % units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Selected Aboriginal identity categories Persons reporting an Aboriginal mother tongue
TotalFootnote 1 Persons who could not conduct a conversation in their Aboriginal mother tongue
numberFootnote 1 %
Total Aboriginal identity population 202,495 13,955 6.9
First Nations single identity 158,880 12,010 7.6
Métis single identity 8,270 995 12.0
Inuit single identity 34,900 875 2.5
Non-Aboriginal identity population 1,255 415 33.1
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