Abstract - Aboriginal Women: A Profile from the 1996 Census, Second Edition, Revised December 2001

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Title: Aboriginal Women: A Profile from the 1996 Census, Second Edition, Revised December 2001

Date: 2001

Author: Statistics and Measurement Directorate

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Abstract: First Nations communities, policy makers, community leaders and other stakeholders can benefit greatly from a socio-economic profile of Aboriginal people in there communities, their regions and nationally. This publication focuses on Aboriginal women since their experience, and the socio-economic variables used to profile them, reveal a population group distinct from non-Aboriginal women, as well as Aboriginal men.

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