Appendix 1.4: Knowledge of non-official languages - 2011 National Household Survey classification

Classification of knowledge of non-official languages: 2011 National Household Survey

  • Non-official languages
    • Aboriginal languages
      • Algonquian languages
        • Algonquin
        • Atikamekw
        • Blackfoot
        • Cree languages
          • Cree, n.o.s.
          • Swampy Cree
          • Plains Cree
          • Woods Cree
          • Cree, n.i.e.
        • Malecite
        • Mi'kmaq
        • Innu/Montagnais
        • Naskapi
        • Ojibway
        • Oji-Cree
        • Algonquian languages, n.i.e.
      • Michif
      • Athapaskan languages
        • Carrier
        • Wetsuweten
        • Chilcotin
        • Dene
        • Tlicho (Dogrib)
        • Gwich'in
        • North Slavey (Hare)
        • South Slavey
        • Slavey, n.o.s.
        • Sarcee
        • Beaver
        • Sekani
        • Kaska (Nahani)
        • Tahltan
        • Northern Tutchone
        • Southern Tutchone
        • Tutchone, n.o.s.
        • Athapaskan languages, n.i.e.
      • Haida
      • Iroquoian languages
        • Mohawk
        • Cayuga
        • Oneida
        • Iroquoian languages, n.i.e.
      • Kutenai
      • Salish languages
        • Shuswap (Secwepemctsin)
        • Thompson (Ntlakapamux)
        • Halkomelem
        • Lillooet
        • Okanagan
        • Squamish
        • Straits
        • Salish languages, n.i.e.
      • Siouan languages
        • Dakota
        • Stoney
        • Siouan languages, n.i.e.
      • Tlingit
      • Tsimshian languages
        • Gitksan
        • Nisga'a
        • Tsimshian
      • Wakashan languages
        • Nootka (Nuu-chah-nulth)
        • Haisla
        • Heiltsuk
        • Kwakiutl (Kwak'wala)
        • Wakashan languages, n.i.e.
      • Inuit languages
        • Inuktitut
        • Inuinnaqtun
        • Inuvialuktun
        • Inuit languages, n.i.e.
      • Aboriginal languages, n.i.e.
    • Romance languages
      • Italian
      • Portuguese
      • Romanian
      • Spanish
      • Catalan
      • Romance languages, n.i.e.
    • Germanic languages
      • Dutch
      • Flemish
      • Frisian
      • German
      • Yiddish
      • Scandinavian languages
        • Danish
        • Icelandic
        • Norwegian
        • Swedish
      • Afrikaans
      • Germanic languages, n.i.e.
    • Celtic languages
      • Gaelic languages
      • Welsh
      • Celtic languages, n.i.e.
    • Slavic languages
      • Belarusian (Byelorussian)
      • Bosnian
      • Bulgarian
      • Croatian
      • Czech
      • Macedonian
      • Polish
      • Russian
      • Serbian
      • Serbo-Croatian
      • Slovak
      • Slovenian
      • Ukrainian
      • Slavic languages, n.i.e.
    • Baltic languages
      • Latvian
      • Lithuanian
    • Finno-Ugric languages
      • Estonian
      • Finnish
      • Hungarian
    • Greek
    • Armenian
    • Albanian
    • Georgian
    • Turkic languages
      • Azerbaijani
      • Turkish
      • Turkic languages, n.i.e.
    • Mongolian
    • Afro-Asiatic languages
      • Berber languages (Kabyle)
      • Cushitic languages
        • Oromo
        • Somali
      • Semitic languages
        • Amharic
        • Arabic
        • Hebrew
        • Maltese
        • Tigrigna
        • Semitic languages, n.i.e.
      • Afro-Asiatic languages, n.i.e.
    • Indo-Iranian languages
      • Indo-Aryan languages
        • Bengali
        • Gujarati
        • Hindi
        • Konkani
        • Marathi
        • Panjabi (Punjabi)
        • Sindhi
        • Sinhala (Sinhalese)
        • Urdu
        • Nepali
      • Iranian languages
        • Kurdish
        • Pashto
        • Persian (Farsi)
      • Indo-Iranian languages, n.i.e.
    • Dravidian languages
      • Kannada
      • Malayalam
      • Tamil
      • Telugu
      • Dravidian languages, n.i.e.
    • Japanese
    • Korean
    • Sino-Tibetan languages
      • Chinese languages
        • Cantonese
        • Chaochow (Teochow)
        • Fukien
        • Hakka
        • Mandarin
        • Shanghainese
        • Taiwanese
        • Chinese, n.o.s.Footnote 1
      • Tibetan languages
      • Burmese
      • Sino-Tibetan languages, n.i.e.
    • Tai languages
      • Lao
      • Thai
    • Austro-Asiatic languages
      • Khmer (Cambodian)
      • Vietnamese
    • Malayo-Polynesian languages
      • Bisayan languages
      • Ilocano
      • Malay
      • Pampango
      • Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino)
      • Bikol
      • Malagasy
      • Fijian
      • Pangasinan
      • Malayo-Polynesian languages, n.i.e.
    • Niger-Congo languages
      • Akan (Twi)
      • Bantu languages
        • Lingala
        • Rundi (Kirundi)
        • Rwanda (Kinyarwanda)
        • Shona
        • Swahili
        • Ganda
        • Bantu languages, n.i.e.
      • Edo
      • Igbo
      • Wolof
      • Bamanankan
      • Ewe
      • Ga
      • Niger-Congo languages, n.i.e.
    • African languages, n.i.e.
    • Creoles
    • Non-verbal languages
      • American Sign Language
      • Quebec Sign Language
      • Sign languages, n.i.e.
    • Other languages

Footnote

Footnote 1

Anyone responding 'Chinese,' with no other precision, along with other dialects, n.o.s.

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Abbreviations

n.i.e. = not included elsewhere

n.o.s. = not otherwise specified

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