The Aboriginal Community Data Initiative was started by Statistics Canada to provide Aboriginal communities with important data for planning and understanding the demographics of their community, and the population in surrounding areas. During the 2006 Census, 196,075 British Columbians identified themselves as Aboriginal. Aboriginal people live in many different areas of the province, and B.C. is home to 200 First Nations communities.
You may filter the list of First Nation community profiles by choosing a specific Economic Region from the Filter By Region selection box or by entering the name of a First Nation community in the text box under Placename.
The Excel files support the data which appear in the PDF profiles.
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For information on Aboriginal Communities in Alberta please visit Alberta Indigenous Relations.