British Columbia's Aboriginal people are a diverse population, spread across the province, with many interests and issues. Current labour characteristics for the off-reserve population are now available between Census years. Sub-provincial and community profiles provide comparisons of the socio-economic conditions of the Aboriginal peoples as well as profiles of Aboriginal groups such as First Nations, Métis, and Status Indians using data available from the 2006 Census. Articles and other resources address topical issues by BC Stats staff as well as providing simple population counts for many geographic areas. External links will take you to other useful sites for Aboriginal information.