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2006 Aboriginal Population Profile

 
Canoe Lake 165 Image: Data quality note(s)
Saskatchewan
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Table: Population and dwelling counts

Population and dwelling counts
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Population in 2006 1 822   968,157
Population in 2001 1 747   978,933
2001 to 2006 population change (%) 10.0   -1.1
Total private dwellings 2 225   438,621
Private dwellings occupied by usual residents 3 216   387,160
Population density per square kilometre 32.0   1.6
Land area (square km) 25.70   588,276.08
Table: Aboriginal identity population in 2006
Figure showing: Aboriginal identity population in 2006 Figure
Aboriginal identity population in 2006
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 4 825 425 400   953,850 469,405 484,445
Total Aboriginal identity population 5 810 415 395   141,890 69,565 72,325
North American Indian - single response 6 755 390 370   91,400 44,460 46,940
Métis - single response 30 15 20   48,120 23,945 24,175
Inuit - single response 0 0 0   215 115 105
Multiple Aboriginal identity responses 0 0 0   625 330 295
Aboriginal responses not included elsewhere 7 15 0 10   1,530 715 810
Non-Aboriginal identity population 15 10 10   811,955 399,840 412,120
Table: Registered Indian status
Figure showing: Registered Indian status Figure
Registered Indian status
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 8 820 425 395   953,845 469,405 484,445
Registered Indian 9 770 395 380   90,720 44,010 46,710
Not a registered Indian 50 25 20   863,125 425,395 437,735
Table: Age characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Age characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Age characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 10 805 415 390   141,890 69,565 72,320
0 to 4 years 115 60 60   16,585 8,390 8,195
5 to 9 years 80 50 35   16,515 8,645 7,865
10 to 14 years 85 50 40   17,490 8,915 8,570
15 to 19 years 100 50 50   16,110 8,265 7,845
20 to 24 years 70 35 30   11,975 5,765 6,215
25 to 29 years 50 20 30   9,830 4,405 5,425
30 to 34 years 45 25 20   9,520 4,360 5,160
35 to 39 years 55 30 25   9,020 4,280 4,740
40 to 44 years 35 20 15   8,810 4,130 4,680
45 to 49 years 40 15 25   7,965 3,805 4,160
50 to 54 years 35 20 10   5,720 2,805 2,910
55 to 59 years 20 10 15   4,345 1,995 2,345
60 to 64 years 20 10 15   2,770 1,345 1,425
65 to 69 years 25 15 10   2,075 1,015 1,060
70 to 74 years 10 10 10   1,440 665 775
75 to 79 years 0 0 0   850 390 460
80 to 84 years 10 0 0   560 260 300
85 years and over 10 10 0   300 125 175
Median age of the Aboriginal identity population 11 20.7 20.0 21.7   21.7 20.4 22.9
% of the Aboriginal identity population aged 15 and over 64.6 62.7 66.7   64.3 62.7 65.9
Table: Common-law status of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Common-law status of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Common-law status of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over 12 520 260 260   91,295 43,615 47,680
Not in a common-law relationship 425 215 210   76,060 36,190 39,870
In a common-law relationship 90 45 45   15,235 7,425 7,810
Table: Legal marital status of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Legal marital status of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Legal marital status of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over 13 520 260 260   91,295 43,615 47,680
Never legally married (single) 14 325 170 155   54,430 26,945 27,485
Legally married (and not separated) 15 130 65 70   24,950 12,375 12,570
Separated, but still legally married 16 15 10 10   3,430 1,405 2,030
Divorced 17 25 10 20   5,425 2,145 3,280
Widowed 18 20 0 15   3,060 745 2,315
Table: Occupied private dwelling characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Occupied private dwelling characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Occupied private dwelling characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private dwellings occupied by usual residents 19 210   49,540
Single detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 78.6   73.8
Semi-detached houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 0.0   4.1
Row houses - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 0.0   3.8
Apartments, duplex - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 20 0.0   2.3
Apartments in buildings with fewer than five storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 20 0.0   12.6
Apartments in buildings with five or more storeys - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 0.0   1.0
Other dwellings - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 21 19.0   2.5
Number of owned dwellings 22 20   19,760
Number of rented dwellings 23 30   19,740
Number of dwellings constructed before 1986 60   36,910
Number of dwellings constructed between 1986 and 2006 24 150   12,630
Dwelling requiring regular maintenance only 20   19,870
Dwellings requiring minor repairs only 15   17,050
Dwellings requiring major repairs only 175   12,615
Average number of rooms per dwelling 25 5.8   6.2
Dwellings with more than one person per room - as a % of total occupied private dwellings 25 9.5   8.0
Average number of persons per room 0.7   0.5
Table: Census family status of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Census family status of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Census family status of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total number of persons in census families 26 810 415 390   141,835 69,530 72,300
Spouses 130 60 65   24,490 12,175 12,315
Common-law partners 95 45 50   15,225 7,420 7,810
Lone parents 85 20 65   14,475 2,945 11,535
Children in census families 420 235 180   69,250 36,915 32,340
Persons not in census families 85 50 35   18,390 10,080 8,310
Table: Language characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Language characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Language characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 805 415 390   141,890 69,570 72,320
Knowledge of Aboriginal language(s) 27 405 210 190   40,550 19,785 20,770
Knowledge of English only 28 400 205 200   97,290 47,930 49,360
Knowledge of French only 29 0 0 0   10 0 0
Knowledge of English and French only 30 0 0 0   3,445 1,650 1,795
Knowledge of other languages 31 0 0 0   590 190 390
% of the Aboriginal identity population whose mother tongue is an Aboriginal language 38.5 37.3 38.5   25.6 25.2 25.9
% of the Aboriginal identity population who speak an Aboriginal language most often at home 19.9 21.7 17.9   16.1 16.4 15.8
% of the Aboriginal identity population with knowledge of Aboriginal language(s) 50.3 50.6 48.7   28.6 28.4 28.7
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Mobility status - Place of residence 1 year ago of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 1 year and over 32 780 400 380   138,365 67,855 70,515
Lived at the same address 1 year ago 700 360 335   107,010 52,970 54,035
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed address within the same census subdivision (municipality) 10 10 10   18,915 8,950 9,965
Lived within the same province or territory 1 year ago, but changed address from another census subdivision (municipality) within the province or territory 70 35 30   10,355 4,860 5,495
Lived in a different province or territory 1 year ago 0 0 0   2,010 1,025 990
Lived in a different country 1 year ago 0 0 0   75 45 25
Table: Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Mobility status - Place of residence 5 years ago of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 5 years and over 33 690 355 330   125,300 61,180 64,125
Lived at the same address 5 years ago 600 305 295   68,380 34,365 34,015
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed address within the same census subdivision (municipality) 25 20 10   32,960 15,460 17,500
Lived within the same province or territory 5 years ago, but changed address from another census subdivision (municipality) within the province or territory 65 35 30   18,475 8,735 9,740
Lived in a different province or territory 5 years ago 0 0 0   5,160 2,465 2,690
Lived in a different country 5 years ago 0 0 0   315 145 175
Table: Educational attainment of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Educational attainment of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Educational attainment of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over 34 520 260 255   91,295 43,615 47,685
No certificate, diploma or degree 305 175 130   45,135 23,395 21,740
High school certificate or equivalent 35 90 35 60   20,055 8,900 11,150
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 35 20 10   8,910 5,360 3,550
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 36 25 10 15   9,055 3,220 5,835
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 35 20 20   2,850 1,010 1,840
University certificate or degree 25 0 20   5,285 1,730 3,555
Total Aboriginal identity population aged 15 to 24 37 170 85 80   28,085 14,025 14,060
No certificate, diploma or degree 135 75 60   18,855 9,935 8,920
High school certificate or equivalent 38 30 10 20   6,950 3,060 3,890
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 10 0 0   845 525 320
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 39 0 0 0   870 305 570
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 0 0 0   260 120 145
University certificate or degree 0 0 0   300 85 215
Total Aboriginal identity population aged 25 to 34 40 90 40 50   19,350 8,765 10,585
No certificate, diploma or degree 40 20 15   6,980 3,585 3,390
High school certificate or equivalent 41 30 10 20   5,530 2,355 3,180
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 10 0 0   2,050 1,180 865
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 42 0 0 0   2,655 955 1,700
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 10 0 10   640 215 430
University certificate or degree 0 0 0   1,495 475 1,020
Total Aboriginal identity population aged 35 to 64 43 200 100 105   38,625 18,360 20,265
No certificate, diploma or degree 85 50 35   15,270 8,010 7,260
High school certificate or equivalent 44 30 10 15   7,205 3,355 3,850
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 20 15 10   5,600 3,385 2,215
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 45 25 10 15   5,335 1,890 3,450
University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level 25 10 15   1,880 650 1,230
University certificate or degree 15 0 15   3,325 1,070 2,255
Table: Major field of study of the Aboriginal identity population

Major field of study of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over 46 520 260 260   91,295 43,610 47,680
No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree 395 205 195   65,190 32,295 32,895
Education 25 10 25   3,180 750 2,430
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 0 0 0   460 220 240
Humanities 0 0 0   755 265 490
Social and behavioural sciences and law 10 0 10   2,310 560 1,745
Business, management and public administration 20 15 10   5,875 1,405 4,470
Physical and life sciences and technologies 0 0 0   235 125 110
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 0 0 0   805 430 380
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 25 25 0   5,450 4,995 455
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 10 10 0   610 490 120
Health, parks, recreation and fitness 30 0 20   3,440 485 2,955
Personal, protective and transportation services 10 0 0   2,975 1,590 1,385
Other 47 0 0 0   10 0 0
Table: Labour force activity characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Labour force activity characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Labour force activity characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over 48 520 260 260   91,295 43,615 47,685
In the labour force 49 235 120 115   51,480 26,530 24,950
Employed 50 180 90 90   42,095 21,300 20,795
Unemployed 51 60 30 25   9,390 5,235 4,155
Not in the labour force 52 280 140 145   39,810 17,085 22,735
Participation rate 53 45.2 46.2 44.2   56.4 60.8 52.3
Employment rate 54 34.6 34.6 34.6   46.1 48.8 43.6
Unemployment rate 55 25.5 25.0 21.7   18.2 19.7 16.7
Table: Occupation characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Occupation characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Occupation characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over with an Aboriginal identity 56 205 105 95   48,040 24,705 23,335
A Management occupations 57 20 10 10   3,035 1,765 1,270
B Business, finance and administration occupations 15 0 15   6,080 1,330 4,755
C Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 0 0 0   1,080 840 240
D Health occupations 10 0 0   1,835 150 1,680
E Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 35 10 30   5,765 1,475 4,290
F Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 10 10 0   865 450 410
G Sales and service occupations 65 20 45   15,035 5,950 9,085
H Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 30 35 0   9,210 8,590 620
I Occupations unique to primary industry 15 15 0   3,335 2,775 560
J Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 15 15 0   1,800 1,385 420
Table: Industry characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Industry characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Industry characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total experienced labour force 15 years and over with an Aboriginal identity 58 205 105 95   48,040 24,705 23,335
Agriculture and other resource-based industries 15 15 0   4,475 3,585 885
Construction 10 10 0   4,165 3,905 260
Manufacturing 15 15 0   2,195 1,755 450
Wholesale trade 0 0 0   1,000 785 210
Retail trade 15 0 10   5,010 2,305 2,710
Finance and real estate 0 0 0   1,320 480 840
Health care and social services 25 10 20   6,075 955 5,120
Educational services 35 0 25   4,605 1,250 3,355
Business services 20 10 10   5,330 3,260 2,065
Other services 60 35 30   13,865 6,425 7,440
Table: Place of work status of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Place of work status of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Place of work status of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total employed labour force 15 years and over with an Aboriginal identity 59 180 90 90   42,095 21,295 20,795
Worked at home 20 15 10   2,280 1,145 1,130
Worked outside Canada 0 0 0   25 20 10
No fixed workplace address 30 15 10   5,450 4,420 1,030
Worked at usual place 135 65 70   34,335 15,710 18,625
Worked in census subdivision (municipality) of residence 120 55 65   23,660 10,385 13,280
Worked in a different census subdivision (municipality) within the census division (county) of residence 10 10 0   7,255 3,355 3,900
Worked in a different census division (county) 10 0 0   2,530 1,390 1,145
Worked in a different province 0 10 0   885 585 300
Table: Mode of transportation to work of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Mode of transportation to work of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Mode of transportation to work of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total employed labour force 15 years and over with a usual place of work or no fixed workplace address with an Aboriginal identity 60 160 80 80   39,785 20,130 19,655
Car, truck, van, as driver 105 60 50   27,490 13,895 13,590
Car, truck, van, as passenger 15 10 10   4,410 2,310 2,100
Public transit 0 0 0   1,245 535 705
Walked or bicycled 25 10 25   5,020 2,235 2,780
All other modes 10 0 10   1,620 1,150 470
Table: Earnings in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Earnings in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Earnings in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over with earnings (counts) 61 200 105 95   51,725 26,075 25,650
Median earnings - Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over ($) 62 16,832 16,640 17,728   16,762 19,020 15,195
Average earnings - Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over ($) 21,035 21,772 20,204   23,187 26,240 20,083
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over with earnings who worked full year, full time (counts) 63 70 30 40   20,875 10,990 9,885
Median earnings - Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over who worked full year, full time ($) 62 28,448 33,792 23,968   31,324 34,383 29,043
Average earnings - Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over who worked full year, full time ($) 62 32,399 37,263 28,839   35,708 39,008 32,037
Table: Income in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population
Figure showing: Income in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population Figure
Income in 2005 of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over with income (counts) 64 435 220 215   82,555 39,180 43,375
Median income - Total Aboriginal identity population 15 years and over ($) 65 10,160 7,480 11,488   13,843 13,477 14,094
Composition of total income (100%) 66 101 98 102   100 100 100
Earnings - As a % of total income 65.1 75.6 56.9   72.9 81.7 63.7
Government transfers - As a % of total income 34.3 25.5 40.9   23.1 14.3 32.2
Other money - As a % of total income 1.1 0.8 1.3   4.0 4.0 4.1
Table: Households characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population

Households characteristics of the Aboriginal identity population
Canoe Lake 165, Indian reserve   Saskatchewan
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total private Aboriginal households 67 210   49,540
Median income in 2005 - All private households ($) 68 24,640   34,414

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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population.

How to cite: Statistics Canada. 2007. Canoe Lake 165, Saskatchewan (Code4718817) (table). Aboriginal Population Profile. 2006 Census. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-594-XWE. Ottawa. Released January 15, 2008.
https://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2006/dp-pd/prof/92-594/index.cfm?Lang=E
(accessed April 15, 2024).