Demographic Trends in Ontario’s Aboriginal Communities

The Ontario Trillium Foundation has released Aboriginal Communities in Profile – a province-wide and region-specific look at demographic trends of Ontario’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities. To better understand the trends in Aboriginal communities in Ontario, the Trillium Foundation asked Statistics Canada to use the most recent census information to prepare five profiles of Aboriginal communities: one for the Province overall, and one for each of four Trillium Foundation regions that, for reasons of size, growth, proportion, or other distinct features, invited deeper analysis.
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About Ruth Richardson

I am the co-founder of Small Change Fund. I have worked in environmental philanthropy for 15 years. I recently went vegan. I love yummy, healthy food.
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2 Responses to Demographic Trends in Ontario’s Aboriginal Communities

  1. Anonymous says:

    when I click on this link it does not work it says page not found. Where else can I go to find this information?

  2. Elevi says:

    Hello,
    I have updated the hyper-link within the OTF’s webpage of the Aboriginal Communities in Profile, from that page you will be able to access more information.
    Thanks

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