Registered Indian Population by Sex and Residence 2014 - Statistics and Measurement Directorate (2014)

Acknowledgements

This publication was prepared by the Statistics and Measurement Directorate of Policy and Strategic Direction (PSD) Sector in collaboration with the Office of the Indian Registrar (OIR), Resolution and Individual Affairs Sector, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.

Should you require clarification or additional population statistics, please call 1-800-567-9604, or e-mail InfoPubs@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca.

Introduction

The department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) is required by the Indian Act (Chapter I, Section 5 (1)) to record in the Indian Register the names of individuals who are registered under the Act. The Indian Registration System (IRS) is a database which records individuals' names and a range of non-statutory data. The Registered Indian Population by Sex and Residence describes the IRS population as recorded at December 31, 2014. Descriptive statistics are developed from the IRS that include sex, residence, registry group, responsibility centre and region.

Difference from the 2013 Edition

There are no major changes to report this year.

Data Organization

Data are organized in two broad sections. The first section provides summary statistics that include age and gender distribution, and residency comparisons for all regions and Canada.

The second section presents information for each registry group arranged by sex, residence, responsibility centre and region (see definition of registry group below). For purposes of the Privacy Act, data in this section are collapsed into three columns by rolling residency fields 1 through 5 into one "On Reserve and On Crown Land" category. This minimizes the presence of small numbers in order to preserve privacy and data confidentiality.

Entire registry groups with total membership of less than 40 people are suppressed from the Detailed Tables section and indicated by a * in every cell. Furthermore, other techniques are in place such as suppression of individual cells smaller than 10 as well as suppression of adjacent cells to guard against residual disclosure. The counts of any suppressed cells, however, are included in aggregations to district, regional and national totals.

In total, data for 11 registry groups and general lists required suppression (down from 12 in 2013). In terms of registry groups, four in British Columbia were suppressed (down from five in 2013). As for general lists, there were two suppressions in Ontario, one in Manitoba, two in Saskatchewan, one in the Yukon and one in the Northwest Territories.

Types of Residence

There are six types of residence, all of which are active fields used in the Indian Register. They represent individuals registered under the Indian Act, or who are descendants of individuals registered under the Indian Act, whose residency is captured by any one of the following:

  1. On Reserve Own Band
  2. On Reserve Other Band
  3. On Crown Land Own Band
  4. On Crown Land Other Band
  5. On Crown Land No Band
  6. Off Reserve

Unlike some other AANDC systems, the Indian Register does not distinguish between Indian Act reserves and lands affiliated to First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements (SGAs). Technically, once a SGA is ratified, the lands are no longer considered Indian Reserves under the provisions of the Indian Act. Therefore, individuals in the "On Reserve and On Crown Land" category may reside on lands legally defined as Indian reserves, on Indian settlements usually represented by Crown Lands and on other lands affiliated to self-governing First Nations.

The Off Reserve category represents individuals affiliated to First Nations who may reside neither on reserve nor on Crown land according to the Indian Register.

Distinction between the words "Band," "Registry Group" and "Reserve"

A band* refers to a body of Indians for whose collective use and benefit lands have been set apart or money is held by the Crown, or declared to be a band for purposes of the Indian Act.

A registry group is an administrative term used in the Indian Register. For details, please refer to point 1 under Source of Data.

A reserve* means a tract of land, the legal title to which is vested in Her Majesty, that has been set apart by Her Majesty for the use and benefit of a band.

At December 31, 2014, there were 617 Bands or 632 Registry Groups in Canada and 3,214 reserves, not all of which are inhabited.

*Source: Indian Act

Note to Users

The Indian Register is meant to record individual names in accordance with specific subsections of the Indian Act. The Indian Register does not include all persons who are entitled to be registered according to the Indian Act, only those who have applied to be registered and whose entitlement has been verified. Therefore, data from the IRS may not fully meet the requirements of some statistical activities (e.g. demographic projections, migration patterns).

There is a reporting lag between the occurrence of a given life event and its being reported and recorded for updating of the Indian Register. This means that events occurring prior to December 31, 2014 may not be reflected in the Indian Register as documented on that date. The following examples illustrate this concept:

  1. Infants entitled to be registered at birth may not be registered by the December 31st reporting date. Parents often do not report the birth until a later year. It is estimated that of all births reported in 2014, approximately 77% had actually occurred prior to 2014.
  2. Individuals can remain on the Indian Register for some time after they are deceased. A certificate of death or a confirmation of presumed death is normally required to remove a name from the Indian Register.
  3. Residency codes are typically updated when a life event is reported, although some bands update them more frequently. Residency remains a voluntary field in that the information is not mandatory to collect.

Source of Data

Individuals are considered Registered Indians if their names appear on the Indian Register. Names are added or deleted from the Indian Register based on legal sources of information such as provincial birth or death certificates.

The addition or removal of a name to or from any part of the Indian Register is approved by the Registrar as set out in the Indian Act.

The following concepts may affect interpretation and utility

  1. Data in the detailed tables are presented by registry group. A registry group is an administrative term applied to a group of Indian Register individuals who have membership in a particular Indian band, or, are descendants from members of that band. A band usually relates to only one registry group except in the following three cases: Six Nations of the Grand River band in the Ontario Region consists of 13 registry groups (see the list of Canada’s 25 largest bands below, footnote 1); Stoney band in the Alberta Region consists of 3 registry groups (Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley); and the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations band in the Yukon Region consists of two registry groups (Aishihik and Champagne). The registry groups related to these bands are noted in the Detailed Tables section of this publication.
  2. Affiliation of an individual with a particular registry group in the Indian Registration System is based on ancestry and may not equate to local band membership rules. Membership may be determined by self-government instruments operating outside of the Indian Act. As at December 31, 2014, 36 First Nations are part of various Self-Government Agreements. As for Indian Act bands, they may choose to legally take control of their membership rules in accordance with Section 10 of the Act. As at the 2014 year-end, 229 out of 581 Indian Act bands, or 39.4%, have done so.

    The statistics in this publication report the number of individuals who are registered under the Indian Act. They make no statement as to whether or not the individuals are band members, only that they are affiliated to a registry group.
  3. The "On Reserve and On Crown Land" category does not necessarily identify the specific geographic location of registrants. As for the Off Reserve component, because the data are presented by affiliated registry group, the individuals may not reside in that particular region, or even inside Canada for that matter.

Administrative Changes to the Indian Register in 2014

2013 Groups Affected by Region2014 Changes by Region
Atlantic Region
Shubenacadie (025) Sipekne'katik (025)
British Columbia Region
Doig River (548)
Mount Currie (557)
Splatsin First Nation (600)
Tl'etinqox-t'in Government Office (712)
Doig River First Nation (548)
Lil'wat Nation (557)
Splatsin (600)
Tl'etinqox Government (712)

Summary Statistics

Registered Indian Population by Region and Type of Residence, December 31, 2014

RegionNumber of BandsTotal a + b + cOn Reserve(a)On Crown Land (b)Off Reserve (c)
Atlantic 34 62,468 23,416 44 39,008
Quebec 39 84,223 53,525 2,322 28,376
Ontario * 126 202,960 92,346 1,966 108,648
Manitoba 63 150,017 88,859 846 60,312
Saskatchewan 70 147,585 70,333 1,866 75,386
Alberta * 45 120,349 70,649 3,035 46,665
British Columbia 198 140,788 62,155 326 78,307
Yukon * 16 9,192 529 3,456 5,207
Northwest Territories 26 18,643 372 12,017 6,254
Canada 617 936,225 462,184 25,878 448,163

* See page Source of Data for Band / Registry Group affiliations

On Reserve and/or On Crown Land counts can include individuals living on lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population by Type of Residence for All Canada, December 31, 1987 - 2014

YearNumber of BandsTotal a + b + cOn Reserve(a)On Crown Land (b)Off Reserve (c)
1987 592 415,898 242,837 25,637 147,424
1988 593 443,884 254,074 19,692 170,118
1989 596 466,337 260,760 18,911 186,666
1990 601 490,178 273,992 19,212 196,974
1991 603 511,791 284,649 20,110 207,032
1992 604 533,461 295,032 20,631 217,798
1993 605 553,316 305,247 21,197 226,872
1994 607 573,657 314,843 21,800 237,014
1995 608 593,050 325,453 22,466 245,131
1996 609 610,874 331,289 23,080 256,505
1997 608 627,435 341,825 23,981 261,629
1998 609 642,414 351,671 24,056 266,687
1999 610 659,890 360,707 24,071 275,112
2000 612 675,499 368,556 23,437 283,506
2001 612 690,101 373,121 23,567 293,413
2002 614 704,851 380,067 23,270 301,514
2003 614 719,496 386,605 23,066 309,825
2004 614 733,626 391,459 23,963 318,204
2005 615 748,371 397,980 24,203 326,188
2006 615 763,555 404,117 24,329 335,109
2007 615 778,050 410,889 23,697 343,464
2008 615 794,040 419,647 23,956 350,437
2009 615 809,306 427,554 24,234 357,518
2010 616 824,341 434,730 24,429 365,182
2011 617 868,206 441,891 24,706 401,609
2012 617 901,053 448,690 25,352 427,011
2013 617 919,745 455,381 25,687 438,677
2014 617 936,225 462,184 25,878 448,163

On Reserve and/or On Crown Land counts can include individuals living on lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

The Twenty-Five Largest Bands in Canada, December 31, 2014

Band NameRegionIndian Register PopulationChange in Ranking (from 2013)
Six Nations of the Grand River (121)1 Ontario 26,034 No change
Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation (034) Atlantic 23,982 No change
Mohawks of Akwesasne (159) Ontario 12,123 No change
Blood (435) Alberta 12,027 No change
Mohawks of Kahnawá:ke (070) Quebec 10,669 No change
Lac La Ronge (353) Saskatchewan 10,245 Up one position
Saddle Lake Cree Nation (462) Alberta 10,170 Down one position
Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (355) Saskatchewan 10,039 No change
Peguis (269) Manitoba 9,769 No change
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (164) Ontario 9,327 No change
Cross Lake First Nation (276) Manitoba 8,139 No change
Samson (444) Alberta 8,091 No change
Wikwemikong (175) Ontario 7,900 No change
Norway House Cree Nation (278) Manitoba 7,716 No change
Fort Alexander (262) Manitoba 7,608 No change
Bigstone Cree Nation (458) Alberta 7,591 No change
Siksika Nation (430) Alberta 7,037 No change
Montagnais du Lac St-Jean (076) Quebec 6,485 No change
Sandy Bay (283) Manitoba 6,362 No change
Oneida Nation of the Thames (169) Ontario 5,977 No change
Opaskwayak Cree Nation (315) Manitoba 5,769 No change
Onion Lake Cree Nation (344) Saskatchewan 5,709 No change
Stoney (471)2 Alberta 5,385 No change
Little Red River Cree Nation (447) Alberta 5,251 No change
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation (313) Manitoba 4,876 No change

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Six Nations of the Grand River consists of the following 13 Registry Groups: Bay of Quinte Mohawk, Bearfoot Onondaga, Delaware, Konadaha Seneca, Lower Cayuga, Lower Mohawk, Niharondasa Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga Clear Sky, Tuscarora, Upper Cayuga, Upper Mohawk and Walker Mohawk.

Return to footnote 1 referrer

Footnote 2

Stoney consists of the three Registry Groups: Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley.

Return to footnote 2 referrer

Bands in Canada by Size, December 31, 2014

Total Population

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On Reserve and On Crown Land Population

Sum Stat Fig 2

"On Reserve and On Crown Land" includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Total number of Bands *
617

Average Band membership
1,517

* Please see Types of Residence for definition of "Band"

Registry Groups in Canada by Size, December 31, 2014

Total Population

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On Reserve and On Crown Land Population

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"On Reserve and On Crown Land" includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Total number of Registry Groups *
632

Average Registry Group membership
1,481

* Please see Types of Residence for definition of "Registry Group"

Atlantic Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 904 3.9 997 4.2 342 0.9 303 0.8 1,246 2.0 1,300 2.1
5-9 1,234 5.3 1,134 4.8 1,368 3.5 1,237 3.2 2,602 4.2 2,371 3.8
10-14 1,127 4.8 1,039 4.4 1,344 3.4 1,448 3.7 2,471 4.0 2,487 4.0
15-19 1,170 5.0 1,150 4.9 1,612 4.1 1,539 3.9 2,782 4.5 2,689 4.3
20-24 1,150 4.9 1,136 4.8 1,716 4.4 1,682 4.3 2,866 4.6 2,818 4.5
25-29 996 4.2 926 3.9 1,472 3.8 1,487 3.8 2,468 4.0 2,413 3.9
30-34 818 3.5 874 3.7 1,438 3.7 1,446 3.7 2,256 3.6 2,320 3.7
35-39 769 3.3 745 3.2 1,368 3.5 1,407 3.6 2,137 3.4 2,152 3.4
40-44 754 3.2 701 3.0 1,479 3.8 1,481 3.8 2,233 3.6 2,182 3.5
45-49 735 3.1 755 3.2 1,494 3.8 1,552 4.0 2,229 3.6 2,307 3.7
50-54 634 2.7 674 2.9 1,423 3.6 1,583 4.1 2,057 3.3 2,257 3.6
55-59 503 2.1 517 2.2 1,177 3.0 1,479 3.8 1,680 2.7 1,996 3.2
60-64 329 1.4 393 1.7 919 2.4 1,226 3.1 1,248 2.0 1,619 2.6
65 + 550 2.3 746 3.2 1,717 4.4 2,269 5.8 2,267 3.6 3,015 4.8
Total 11,673 49.8 11,787 50.2 18,869 48.4 20,139 51.6 30,542 48.9 31,926 51.1
Total -both sexes 23,460
38%
39,008
62%
62,468
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Quebec Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 1,779 3.2 1,703 3.0 434 1.5 428 1.5 2,213 2.6 2,131 2.5
5-9 2,811 5.0 2,623 4.7 733 2.6 618 2.2 3,544 4.2 3,241 3.8
10-14 2,632 4.7 2,403 4.3 740 2.6 692 2.4 3,372 4.0 3,095 3.7
15-19 2,560 4.6 2,461 4.4 849 3.0 838 3.0 3,409 4.0 3,299 3.9
20-24 2,720 4.9 2,532 4.5 1,052 3.7 1,047 3.7 3,772 4.5 3,579 4.2
25-29 2,192 3.9 2,118 3.8 950 3.3 1,050 3.7 3,142 3.7 3,168 3.8
30-34 1,910 3.4 1,833 3.3 949 3.3 976 3.4 2,859 3.4 2,809 3.3
35-39 1,818 3.3 1,708 3.1 927 3.3 972 3.4 2,745 3.3 2,680 3.2
40-44 1,845 3.3 1,826 3.3 971 3.4 1,061 3.7 2,816 3.3 2,887 3.4
45-49 1,775 3.2 1,768 3.2 1,077 3.8 1,218 4.3 2,852 3.4 2,986 3.5
50-54 1,611 2.9 1,630 2.9 1,179 4.2 1,376 4.8 2,790 3.3 3,006 3.6
55-59 1,289 2.3 1,442 2.6 1,005 3.5 1,368 4.8 2,294 2.7 2,810 3.3
60-64 970 1.7 1,057 1.9 797 2.8 939 3.3 1,767 2.1 1,996 2.4
65 + 2,089 3.7 2,742 4.9 1,511 5.3 2,619 9.2 3,600 4.3 5,361 6.4
Total 28,001 50.1 27,846 49.9 13,174 46.4 15,202 53.6 41,175 48.9 43,048 51.1
Total -both sexes 55,847
66%
28,376
34%
84,223
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Ontario Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 3,149 3.3 3,011 3.2 1,873 1.7 1,854 1.7 5,022 2.5 4,865 2.4
5-9 4,358 4.6 4,172 4.4 3,052 2.8 2,990 2.8 7,410 3.7 7,162 3.5
10-14 4,302 4.6 4,073 4.3 3,285 3.0 3,225 3.0 7,587 3.7 7,298 3.6
15-19 4,452 4.7 4,176 4.4 4,021 3.7 3,866 3.6 8,473 4.2 8,042 4.0
20-24 4,411 4.7 4,406 4.7 4,555 4.2 4,327 4.0 8,966 4.4 8,733 4.3
25-29 4,094 4.3 3,767 4.0 4,031 3.7 4,147 3.8 8,125 4.0 7,914 3.9
30-34 3,436 3.6 3,285 3.5 3,709 3.4 4,047 3.7 7,145 3.5 7,332 3.6
35-39 3,089 3.3 2,902 3.1 3,708 3.4 3,938 3.6 6,797 3.3 6,840 3.4
40-44 2,880 3.1 2,763 2.9 4,022 3.7 4,265 3.9 6,902 3.4 7,028 3.5
45-49 2,984 3.2 2,778 2.9 4,105 3.8 4,477 4.1 7,089 3.5 7,255 3.6
50-54 2,879 3.1 2,820 3.0 4,090 3.8 4,797 4.4 6,969 3.4 7,617 3.8
55-59 2,452 2.6 2,460 2.6 3,246 3.0 4,207 3.9 5,698 2.8 6,667 3.3
60-64 1,785 1.9 1,870 2.0 2,313 2.1 3,346 3.1 4,098 2.0 5,216 2.6
65 + 3,370 3.6 4,188 4.4 4,960 4.6 8,192 7.5 8,330 4.1 12,380 6.1
Total 47,641 50.5 46,671 49.5 50,970 46.9 57,678 53.1 98,611 48.6 104,349 51.4
Total -both sexes 94,312
46%
108,648
54%
202,960
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Manitoba Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 4,205 4.7 3,978 4.4 1,783 3.0 1,786 3.0 5,988 4.0 5,764 3.8
5-9 5,611 6.3 5,554 6.2 2,749 4.6 2,716 4.5 8,360 5.6 8,270 5.5
10-14 4,933 5.5 4,692 5.2 2,625 4.4 2,521 4.2 7,558 5.0 7,213 4.8
15-19 4,746 5.3 4,472 5.0 2,804 4.6 2,719 4.5 7,550 5.0 7,191 4.8
20-24 4,840 5.4 4,557 5.1 2,863 4.7 2,952 4.9 7,703 5.1 7,509 5.0
25-29 3,905 4.4 3,750 4.2 2,467 4.1 2,488 4.1 6,372 4.2 6,238 4.2
30-34 3,198 3.6 2,904 3.2 2,126 3.5 2,156 3.6 5,324 3.5 5,060 3.4
35-39 2,694 3.0 2,538 2.8 1,981 3.3 2,067 3.4 4,675 3.1 4,605 3.1
40-44 2,646 2.9 2,545 2.8 2,045 3.4 2,278 3.8 4,691 3.1 4,823 3.2
45-49 2,494 2.8 2,331 2.6 1,978 3.3 2,271 3.8 4,472 3.0 4,602 3.1
50-54 2,139 2.4 1,979 2.2 1,746 2.9 2,224 3.7 3,885 2.6 4,203 2.8
55-59 1,607 1.8 1,533 1.7 1,214 2.0 1,603 2.7 2,821 1.9 3,136 2.1
60-64 1,062 1.2 1,086 1.2 872 1.4 1,249 2.1 1,934 1.3 2,335 1.6
65 + 1,771 2.0 1,935 2.2 1,532 2.5 2,497 4.1 3,303 2.2 4,432 3.0
Total 45,851 51.1 43,854 48.9 28,785 47.7 31,527 52.3 74,636 49.8 75,381 50.2
Total -both sexes 89,705
60%
60,312
40%
150,017
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Saskatchewan Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 3,191 4.4 3,145 4.4 2,134 2.8 1,937 2.6 5,325 3.6 5,082 3.4
5-9 4,380 6.1 4,262 5.9 3,804 5.0 3,716 4.9 8,184 5.5 7,978 5.4
10-14 3,936 5.5 3,837 5.3 3,655 4.8 3,626 4.8 7,591 5.1 7,463 5.1
15-19 3,867 5.4 3,792 5.3 3,574 4.7 3,570 4.7 7,441 5.0 7,362 5.0
20-24 4,114 5.7 3,932 5.4 3,680 4.9 3,714 4.9 7,794 5.3 7,646 5.2
25-29 3,386 4.7 3,260 4.5 3,485 4.6 3,427 4.5 6,871 4.7 6,687 4.5
30-34 2,624 3.6 2,523 3.5 2,884 3.8 2,926 3.9 5,508 3.7 5,449 3.7
35-39 2,212 3.1 2,065 2.9 2,500 3.3 2,727 3.6 4,712 3.2 4,792 3.2
40-44 2,023 2.8 1,990 2.8 2,510 3.3 2,779 3.7 4,533 3.1 4,769 3.2
45-49 1,905 2.6 1,820 2.5 2,383 3.2 2,751 3.6 4,288 2.9 4,571 3.1
50-54 1,510 2.1 1,464 2.0 2,074 2.8 2,426 3.2 3,584 2.4 3,890 2.6
55-59 1,209 1.7 1,149 1.6 1,369 1.8 1,856 2.5 2,578 1.7 3,005 2.0
60-64 854 1.2 771 1.1 847 1.1 1,315 1.7 1,701 1.2 2,086 1.4
65 + 1,459 2.0 1,519 2.1 1,294 1.7 2,423 3.2 2,753 1.9 3,942 2.7
Total 36,670 50.8 35,529 49.2 36,193 48.0 39,193 52.0 72,863 49.4 74,722 50.6
Total -both sexes 72,199
49%
75,386
51%
147,585
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Alberta Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 3,043 4.1 2,872 3.9 1,594 3.4 1,488 3.2 4,637 3.9 4,360 3.6
5-9 4,154 5.6 4,096 5.6 2,578 5.5 2,416 5.2 6,732 5.6 6,512 5.4
10-14 3,980 5.4 3,800 5.2 2,123 4.5 2,059 4.4 6,103 5.1 5,859 4.9
15-19 4,192 5.7 3,893 5.3 1,934 4.1 1,908 4.1 6,126 5.1 5,801 4.8
20-24 4,229 5.7 3,873 5.3 2,003 4.3 1,996 4.3 6,232 5.2 5,869 4.9
25-29 3,451 4.7 3,255 4.4 1,850 4.0 1,960 4.2 5,301 4.4 5,215 4.3
30-34 2,681 3.6 2,667 3.6 1,740 3.7 1,869 4.0 4,421 3.7 4,536 3.8
35-39 2,184 3.0 2,106 2.9 1,658 3.6 1,742 3.7 3,842 3.2 3,848 3.2
40-44 1,980 2.7 2,020 2.7 1,521 3.3 1,676 3.6 3,501 2.9 3,696 3.1
45-49 1,935 2.6 1,876 2.5 1,470 3.2 1,664 3.6 3,405 2.8 3,540 2.9
50-54 1,697 2.3 1,796 2.4 1,265 2.7 1,522 3.3 2,962 2.5 3,318 2.8
55-59 1,298 1.8 1,351 1.8 857 1.8 1,185 2.5 2,155 1.8 2,536 2.1
60-64 855 1.2 957 1.3 554 1.2 947 2.0 1,409 1.2 1,904 1.6
65 + 1,620 2.2 1,823 2.5 1,092 2.3 1,994 4.3 2,712 2.3 3,817 3.2
Total 37,299 50.6 36,385 49.4 22,239 47.7 24,426 52.3 59,538 49.5 60,811 50.5
Total -both sexes 73,684
61%
46,665
39%
120,349
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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British Columbia Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 1,688 2.7 1,633 2.6 1,711 2.2 1,611 2.1 3,399 2.4 3,244 2.3
5-9 2,799 4.5 2,574 4.1 2,852 3.6 2,776 3.5 5,651 4.0 5,350 3.8
10-14 2,534 4.1 2,439 3.9 2,929 3.7 2,865 3.7 5,463 3.9 5,304 3.8
15-19 2,700 4.3 2,461 3.9 3,124 4.0 3,045 3.9 5,824 4.1 5,506 3.9
20-24 3,028 4.8 2,744 4.4 3,446 4.4 3,326 4.2 6,474 4.6 6,070 4.3
25-29 2,809 4.5 2,440 3.9 3,385 4.3 3,378 4.3 6,194 4.4 5,818 4.1
30-34 2,320 3.7 2,036 3.3 3,107 4.0 3,195 4.1 5,427 3.9 5,231 3.7
35-39 2,056 3.3 1,787 2.9 2,742 3.5 2,993 3.8 4,798 3.4 4,780 3.4
40-44 1,961 3.1 1,819 2.9 2,920 3.7 3,066 3.9 4,881 3.5 4,885 3.5
45-49 2,053 3.3 1,897 3.0 2,741 3.5 3,139 4.0 4,794 3.4 5,036 3.6
50-54 2,248 3.6 2,165 3.5 2,662 3.4 3,233 4.1 4,910 3.5 5,398 3.8
55-59 1,859 3.0 1,840 2.9 1,950 2.5 2,643 3.4 3,809 2.7 4,483 3.2
60-64 1,475 2.4 1,372 2.2 1,312 1.7 1,931 2.5 2,787 2.0 3,303 2.3
65 + 2,754 4.4 2,990 4.8 2,306 2.9 3,919 5.0 5,060 3.6 6,909 4.9
Total 32,284 51.7 30,197 48.3 37,187 47.5 41,120 52.5 69,471 49.3 71,317 50.7
Total -both sexes 62,481
44%
78,307
56%
140,788
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Yukon Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 87 2.2 77 1.9 106 2.0 94 1.8 193 2.1 171 1.9
5-9 134 3.4 101 2.5 152 2.9 146 2.8 286 3.1 247 2.7
10-14 139 3.5 136 3.4 197 3.8 159 3.1 336 3.7 295 3.2
15-19 165 4.1 147 3.7 192 3.7 208 4.0 357 3.9 355 3.9
20-24 196 4.9 182 4.6 208 4.0 203 3.9 404 4.4 385 4.2
25-29 148 3.7 146 3.7 213 4.1 229 4.4 361 3.9 375 4.1
30-34 127 3.2 140 3.5 227 4.4 217 4.2 354 3.9 357 3.9
35-39 144 3.6 104 2.6 178 3.4 176 3.4 322 3.5 280 3.0
40-44 156 3.9 135 3.4 210 4.0 197 3.8 366 4.0 332 3.6
45-49 177 4.4 126 3.2 226 4.3 233 4.5 403 4.4 359 3.9
50-54 230 5.8 150 3.8 178 3.4 256 4.9 408 4.4 406 4.4
55-59 137 3.4 116 2.9 137 2.6 212 4.1 274 3.0 328 3.6
60-64 93 2.3 80 2.0 67 1.3 156 3.0 160 1.7 236 2.6
65 + 199 5.0 213 5.3 143 2.7 287 5.5 342 3.7 500 5.4
Total 2,132 53.5 1,853 46.5 2,434 46.7 2,773 53.3 4,566 49.7 4,626 50.3
Total -both sexes 3,985
43%
5,207
57%
9,192
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Northwest Territories Region

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 375 3.0 364 2.9 124 2.0 120 1.9 499 2.7 484 2.6
5-9 589 4.8 519 4.2 216 3.5 200 3.2 805 4.3 719 3.9
10-14 337 2.7 368 3.0 378 6.0 407 6.5 715 3.8 775 4.2
15-19 585 4.7 550 4.4 224 3.6 228 3.6 809 4.3 778 4.2
20-24 667 5.4 671 5.4 265 4.2 262 4.2 932 5.0 933 5.0
25-29 608 4.9 559 4.5 226 3.6 225 3.6 834 4.5 784 4.2
30-34 496 4.0 440 3.6 229 3.7 256 4.1 725 3.9 696 3.7
35-39 367 3.0 412 3.3 211 3.4 252 4.0 578 3.1 664 3.6
40-44 449 3.6 394 3.2 248 4.0 269 4.3 697 3.7 663 3.6
45-49 459 3.7 430 3.5 242 3.9 254 4.1 701 3.8 684 3.7
50-54 378 3.1 392 3.2 184 2.9 229 3.7 562 3.0 621 3.3
55-59 261 2.1 306 2.5 121 1.9 182 2.9 382 2.0 488 2.6
60-64 200 1.6 208 1.7 93 1.5 136 2.2 293 1.6 344 1.8
65 + 492 4.0 513 4.1 156 2.5 317 5.1 648 3.5 830 4.5
Total 6,263 50.6 6,126 49.4 2,917 46.6 3,337 53.4 9,180 49.2 9,463 50.8
Total -both sexes 12,389
66%
6,254
34%
18,643
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Canada

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence, Age Groups and Sex, December 31, 2014

AgeOn Reserve*Off ReserveTotal
MaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemale
#%#%#%#%#%#%
0-4 18,421 3.8 17,780 3.6 10,101 2.3 9,621 2.1 28,522 3.0 27,401 2.9
5-9 26,070 5.3 25,035 5.1 17,504 3.9 16,815 3.8 43,574 4.7 41,850 4.5
10-14 23,920 4.9 22,787 4.7 17,276 3.9 17,002 3.8 41,196 4.4 39,789 4.2
15-19 24,437 5.0 23,102 4.7 18,334 4.1 17,921 4.0 42,771 4.6 41,023 4.4
20-24 25,355 5.2 24,033 4.9 19,788 4.4 19,509 4.4 45,143 4.8 43,542 4.7
25-29 21,589 4.4 20,221 4.1 18,079 4.0 18,391 4.1 39,668 4.2 38,612 4.1
30-34 17,610 3.6 16,702 3.4 16,409 3.7 17,088 3.8 34,019 3.6 33,790 3.6
35-39 15,333 3.1 14,367 2.9 15,273 3.4 16,274 3.6 30,606 3.3 30,641 3.3
40-44 14,694 3.0 14,193 2.9 15,926 3.6 17,072 3.8 30,620 3.3 31,265 3.3
45-49 14,517 3.0 13,781 2.8 15,716 3.5 17,559 3.9 30,233 3.2 31,340 3.3
50-54 13,326 2.7 13,070 2.7 14,801 3.3 17,646 3.9 28,127 3.0 30,716 3.3
55-59 10,615 2.2 10,714 2.2 11,076 2.5 14,735 3.3 21,691 2.3 25,449 2.7
60-64 7,623 1.6 7,794 1.6 7,774 1.7 11,245 2.5 15,397 1.6 19,039 2.0
65 + 14,304 2.9 16,669 3.4 14,711 3.3 24,517 5.5 29,015 3.1 41,186 4.4
Total 247,814 50.8 240,248 49.2 212,768 47.5 235,395 52.5 460,582 49.2 475,643 50.8
Total -both sexes 488,062
52%
448,163
48%
936,225
100%

* "On Reserve" includes individuals living on Crown land and on other lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements.

Registered Indian Population, by Type of Residence and Selected Age Groups, December 31, 2014

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Detailed Tables

Registered Indian Population by Sex and Type of Residence
By Group, Responsibility Centre and Region 2014

Atlantic

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 2 - Atlantic
Abegweit (001)
Total 366 226 140
Male 172 113 59
Female 194 113 81
Acadia (018)
Total 1,498 227 1,271
Male 727 107 620
Female 771 120 651
Annapolis Valley (020)
Total 283 119 164
Male 129 65 64
Female 154 54 100
Bear River (021)
Total 330 106 224
Male 156 46 110
Female 174 60 114
Buctouche (004)
Total 117 74 43
Male 62 43 19
Female 55 31 24
Eel Ground (007)
Total 1,011 566 445
Male 506 284 222
Female 505 282 223
Eel River Bar First Nation (008)
Total 708 350 358
Male 335 166 169
Female 373 184 189
Elsipogtog First Nation (003)
Total 3,245 2,538 707
Male 1,617 1,299 318
Female 1,628 1,239 389
Esgenoopetitj First Nation (005)
Total 1,835 1,324 511
Male 890 658 232
Female 945 666 279
Eskasoni (023)
Total 4,314 3,690 624
Male 2,122 1,837 285
Female 2,192 1,853 339
Fort Folly (009)
Total 129 36 93
Male 56 11 45
Female 73 25 48
Glooscap First Nation (030)
Total 359 89 270
Male 164 32 132
Female 195 57 138
Indian Island (010)
Total 182 104 78
Male 80 48 32
Female 102 56 46
Kingsclear (011)
Total 1,001 704 297
Male 464 329 135
Female 537 375 162
Lennox Island (002)
Total 927 394 533
Male 439 197 242
Female 488 197 291
Madawaska Maliseet First Nation (006)
Total 361 156 205
Male 185 83 102
Female 176 73 103
Membertou (026)
Total 1,430 912 518
Male 713 452 261
Female 717 460 257
Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation (014)
Total 662 452 210
Male 323 233 90
Female 339 219 120
Miawpukek (047)
Total 2,965 851 2,114
Male 1,501 453 1,048
Female 1,464 398 1,066
Millbrook (027)
Total 1,762 882 880
Male 865 446 419
Female 897 436 461
Mushuau Innu First Nation (032)
Total 939 871 68
Male 454 423 31
Female 485 448 37
Oromocto (012)
Total 660 315 345
Male 304 159 145
Female 356 156 200
Pabineau (013)
Total 298 101 197
Male 155 56 99
Female 143 45 98
Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation (019)
Total 565 427 138
Male 256 197 59
Female 309 230 79
Pictou Landing (024)
Total 650 498 152
Male 319 243 76
Female 331 255 76
Potlotek First Nation (022)
Total 714 581 133
Male 354 295 59
Female 360 286 74
Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation (034)
Total 23,982 15 23,967
Male 11,858 * *
Female 12,124 * *
Saint Mary's (015)
Total 1,822 875 947
Male 861 435 426
Female 961 440 521
Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation (033)
Total 1,516 1,369 147
Male 741 685 56
Female 775 684 91
Sipekne'katik (025)
Total 2,554 1,309 1,245
Male 1,202 619 583
Female 1,352 690 662
Tobique (016)
Total 2,238 1,485 753
Male 1,069 719 350
Female 1,169 766 403
Wagmatcook (028)
Total 810 633 177
Male 397 322 75
Female 413 311 102
Waycobah First Nation (029)
Total 976 895 81
Male 475 440 35
Female 501 455 46
Woodstock (017)
Total 980 286 694
Male 461 171 290
Female 519 115 404
General List - Atlantic Region (810)
Total 279 0 279
Male 130 0 130
Female 149 0 149
Atlantic Region - 2
Total 62,468 23,460 39,008
Male 30,542 11,673 18,869
Female 31,926 11,787 20,139

 

 

Quebec

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 3 - Quebec: Quebec District
Algonquins of Barriere Lake (074)
Total 739 592 147
Male 366 297 69
Female 373 295 78
Bande des Innus de Pessamit (085)
Total 3,924 2,921 1,003
Male 1,873 1,424 449
Female 2,051 1,497 554
Communauté anicinape de Kitcisakik (062)
Total 483 419 64
Male 242 208 34
Female 241 211 30
Conseil de la Première Nation Abitibiwinni (055)
Total 1,030 584 446
Male 489 271 218
Female 541 313 228
Cree Nation of Chisasibi (058)
Total 4,378 4,216 162
Male 2,179 2,113 66
Female 2,199 2,103 96
Cree Nation of Mistissini (075)
Total 4,619 4,368 251
Male 2,294 2,176 118
Female 2,325 2,192 133
Cree Nation of Nemaska (059)
Total 753 732 21
Male 384 * *
Female 369 * *
Cree Nation of Wemindji (060)
Total 1,553 1,420 133
Male 762 702 60
Female 791 718 73
Eagle Village First Nation - Kipawa (065)
Total 969 279 690
Male 480 146 334
Female 489 133 356
Eastmain (057)
Total 812 772 40
Male 415 396 19
Female 397 376 21
Innu Takuaikan Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam (080)
Total 4,432 3,435 997
Male 2,186 1,716 470
Female 2,246 1,719 527
Innue Essipit (086)
Total 700 209 491
Male 336 107 229
Female 364 102 262
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg (073)
Total 3,136 1,607 1,529
Male 1,488 805 683
Female 1,648 802 846
La Nation Innu Matimekush-Lac John (087)
Total 952 835 117
Male 480 420 60
Female 472 415 57
La Nation Micmac de Gespeg (053)
Total 727 * *
Male 349 * *
Female 378 0 378
Les Innus de Ekuanitshit (082)
Total 609 578 31
Male 286 268 18
Female 323 310 13
Listuguj Mi'gmaq Government (051)
Total 3,813 2,074 1,739
Male 1,831 1,059 772
Female 1,982 1,015 967
Long Point First Nation (067)
Total 835 468 367
Male 399 233 166
Female 436 235 201
Micmacs of Gesgapegiag (052)
Total 1,462 701 761
Male 713 366 347
Female 749 335 414
Montagnais de Natashquan (083)
Total 1,068 982 86
Male 548 518 30
Female 520 464 56
Montagnais de Pakua Shipi (088)
Total 357 * *
Male 187 * *
Female 170 * *
Montagnais de Unamen Shipu (084)
Total 1,145 1,102 43
Male 574 551 23
Female 571 551 20
Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach (081)
Total 752 688 64
Male 386 354 32
Female 366 334 32
Nation Anishnabe du Lac Simon (063)
Total 2,035 1,694 341
Male 1,012 851 161
Female 1,023 843 180
Nation Huronne Wendat (050)
Total 3,940 1,523 2,417
Male 1,858 737 1,121
Female 2,082 786 1,296
Odanak (072)
Total 2,387 345 2,042
Male 1,100 166 934
Female 1,287 179 1,108
Première nation de Whapmagoostui (095)
Total 956 930 26
Male 491 477 14
Female 465 453 12
Première Nation des Abénakis de Wôlinak (071)
Total 333 77 256
Male 141 28 113
Female 192 49 143
Première Nation Malecite de Viger (054)
Total 1,155 0 1,155
Male 564 0 564
Female 591 0 591
The Crees of the Waskaganish First Nation (061)
Total 2,677 2,223 454
Male 1,361 1,121 240
Female 1,316 1,102 214
Timiskaming First Nation (064)
Total 2,059 597 1,462
Male 970 301 669
Female 1,089 296 793
Waswanipi (056)
Total 2,133 1,695 438
Male 1,084 890 194
Female 1,049 805 244
Wolf Lake (068)
Total 225 * *
Male 108 * *
Female 117 * *
General List - Quebec Region - Quebec District (816)
Total 132 0 132
Male 63 0 63
Female 69 0 69
Responsibility Centre Quebec District
Total 57,280 38,427 18,853
Male 27,999 19,261 8,738
Female 29,281 19,166 10,115
Region 3 - Quebec: Montreal District
Mohawks of Kahnawá:ke (070)
Total 10,669 7,866 2,803
Male 5,124 3,839 1,285
Female 5,545 4,027 1,518
Mohawks of Kanesatake (069)
Total 2,424 1,386 1,038
Male 1,120 642 478
Female 1,304 744 560
Responsibiliity Centre Montreal District
Total 13,093 9,252 3,841
Male 6,244 4,481 1,763
Female 6,849 4,771 2,078
Region 3 - Quebec: Pointe-Bleue District
Atikamekw d'Opitciwan (079)
Total 2,803 2,335 468
Male 1,498 1,281 217
Female 1,305 1,054 251
Conseil des Atikamekw de Wemotaci (077)
Total 1,848 1,456 392
Male 942 748 194
Female 906 708 198
Les Atikamekw de Manawan (078)
Total 2,714 2,310 404
Male 1,355 1,185 170
Female 1,359 1,125 234
Montagnais du Lac St.-Jean (076)
Total 6,485 2,067 4,418
Male 3,137 1,045 2,092
Female 3,348 1,022 2,326
Responsibility Centre Pointe-Bleue District
Total 13,850 8,168 5,682
Male 6,932 4,259 2,673
Female 6,918 3,909 3,009
Quebec Region - 3
Total 84,223 55,847 28,376
Male 41,175 28,001 13,174
Female 43,048 27,846 15,202

 

 

Ontario

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 4 - Ontario
Sudbury District
Atikameksheng Anishnawbek (224)
Total 1,183 415 768
Male 566 204 362
Female 617 211 406
Aundeck-Omni-Kaning (180)
Total 809 379 430
Male 394 202 192
Female 415 177 238
Batchewana First Nation (198)
Total 2,772 789 1,983
Male 1,307 378 929
Female 1,465 411 1,054
Dokis (218)
Total 1,172 175 997
Male 594 91 503
Female 578 84 494
Garden River First Nation (199)
Total 2,790 1,266 1,524
Male 1,335 632 703
Female 1,455 634 821
Henvey Inlet First Nation (231)
Total 807 191 616
Male 402 98 304
Female 405 93 312
Magnetawan (174)
Total 253 82 171
Male 127 46 81
Female 126 36 90
M'Chigeeng First Nation (181)
Total 2,526 970 1,556
Male 1,233 497 736
Female 1,293 473 820
Mississauga (200)
Total 1,278 397 881
Male 621 192 429
Female 657 205 452
Nipissing First Nation (220)
Total 2,606 974 1,632
Male 1,256 494 762
Female 1,350 480 870
Sagamok Anishnawbek (179)
Total 2,798 1,575 1,223
Male 1,388 823 565
Female 1,410 752 658
Serpent River (201)
Total 1,367 384 983
Male 636 184 452
Female 731 200 531
Shawanaga First Nation (137)
Total 634 188 446
Male 304 91 213
Female 330 97 233
Sheguiandah (176)
Total 382 178 204
Male 180 94 86
Female 202 84 118
Sheshegwaning (178)
Total 428 120 308
Male 196 55 141
Female 232 65 167
Temagami First Nation (222)
Total 818 261 557
Male 389 138 251
Female 429 123 306
Thessalon (202)
Total 742 108 634
Male 348 56 292
Female 394 52 342
Wahnapitae (232)
Total 511 62 449
Male 240 34 206
Female 271 28 243
Whitefish River (230)
Total 1,263 419 844
Male 613 208 405
Female 650 211 439
Wikwemikong (175)
Total 7,900 3,199 4,701
Male 3,757 1,607 2,150
Female 4,143 1,592 2,551
Zhiibaahaasing First Nation (173)
Total 162 63 99
Male 78 31 47
Female 84 32 52
General List - Ontario Region - Sudbury District (817)
Total 298 0 298
Male 137 0 137
Female 161 0 161
Responsibility Centre Sudbury District
Total 33,499 12,195 21,304
Male 16,101 6,155 9,946
Female 17,398 6,040 11,358
Southern District
Aamjiwnaang (172)
Total 2,335 953 1,382
Male 1,104 473 631
Female 1,231 480 751
Alderville First Nation (160)
Total 1,125 316 809
Male 535 151 384
Female 590 165 425
Algonquins of Pikwakanagan (163)
Total 2,514 467 2,047
Male 1,200 236 964
Female 1,314 231 1,083
Bay of Quinte Mohawk (244) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 748 337 411
Male 357 165 192
Female 391 172 219
Bearfoot Onondaga (248) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 635 255 380
Male 307 131 176
Female 328 124 204
Beausoleil (141)
Total 2,315 653 1,662
Male 1,072 312 760
Female 1,243 341 902
Caldwell (165)
Total 352 * *
Male 158 0 158
Female 194 * *
Chippewas of Georgina Island (138)
Total 871 199 672
Male 415 93 322
Female 456 106 350
Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point (171)
Total 2,409 1,350 1,059
Male 1,168 697 471
Female 1,241 653 588
Chippewas of Nawash First Nation (122)
Total 2,606 751 1,855
Male 1,241 360 881
Female 1,365 391 974
Chippewas of Rama First Nation (139)
Total 1,889 720 1,169
Male 937 368 569
Female 952 352 600
Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (166)
Total 2,767 963 1,804
Male 1,298 482 816
Female 1,469 481 988
Curve Lake (161)
Total 2,257 793 1,464
Male 1,075 390 685
Female 1,182 403 779
Delaware (253) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 676 234 442
Male 312 114 198
Female 364 120 244
Hiawatha First Nation (162)
Total 607 205 402
Male 265 89 176
Female 342 116 226
Konadaha Seneca (251) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 549 200 349
Male 249 102 147
Female 300 98 202
Lower Cayuga (250) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 3,614 2,276 1,338
Male 1,736 1,127 609
Female 1,878 1,149 729
Lower Mohawk (254) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 4,126 2,087 2,039
Male 1,958 1,026 932
Female 2,168 1,061 1,107
Mississauga's of Scugog Island First Nation (140)
Total 228 50 178
Male 118 27 91
Female 110 23 87
Mississaugas of the Credit (120)
Total 2,311 971 1,340
Male 1,108 463 645
Female 1,203 508 695
Mohawks of Akwesasne (159)
Total 12,123 9,571 2,552
Male 5,888 4,688 1,200
Female 6,235 4,883 1,352
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (164)
Total 9,327 2,183 7,144
Male 4,417 1,061 3,356
Female 4,910 1,122 3,788
Moose Deer Point (135)
Total 475 144 331
Male 221 66 155
Female 254 78 176
Moravian of the Thames (167)
Total 1,252 609 643
Male 588 310 278
Female 664 299 365
Munsee-Delaware Nation (168)
Total 617 174 443
Male 291 85 206
Female 326 89 237
Niharondasa Seneca (252) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 383 172 211
Male 187 88 99
Female 196 84 112
Oneida (246) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 2,051 771 1,280
Male 963 383 580
Female 1,088 388 700
Oneida Nation of the Thames (169)
Total 5,977 2,183 3,794
Male 2,861 1,097 1,764
Female 3,116 1,086 2,030
Onondaga Clear Sky (247) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 799 438 361
Male 390 212 178
Female 409 226 183
Saugeen (123)
Total 1,811 844 967
Male 906 437 469
Female 905 407 498
Tuscarora (245) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 2,184 979 1,205
Male 1,047 494 553
Female 1,137 485 652
Upper Cayuga (249) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 3,623 1,476 2,147
Male 1,770 768 1,002
Female 1,853 708 1,145
Upper Mohawk (257) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 6,159 2,908 3,251
Male 2,892 1,460 1,432
Female 3,267 1,448 1,819
Wahta Mohawk (134)
Total 777 159 618
Male 370 90 280
Female 407 69 338
Walker Mohawk (255) - Six Nations of the Grand River
Total 487 303 184
Male 242 153 89
Female 245 150 95
Walpole Island (170)
Total 4,717 2,333 2,384
Male 2,311 1,198 1,113
Female 2,406 1,135 1,271
Wasauksing First Nation (136)
Total 1,231 411 820
Male 595 212 383
Female 636 199 437
General List - Ontario Region - Southern District (821)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Responsibility Centre Southern District
Total 88,933 39,444 49,489
Male 42,554 19,609 22,945
Female 46,379 19,835 26,544
Western District
Albany (142)
Total 4,783 3,088 1,695
Male 2,379 1,555 824
Female 2,404 1,533 871
Animbiigoo Zaagi'igan Anishinaabek (194)
Total 475 96 379
Male 230 51 179
Female 245 45 200
Anishinabe of Wauzhushk Onigum (153)
Total 742 367 375
Male 370 202 168
Female 372 165 207
Anishnaabeg of Naongashiing (125)
Total 415 192 223
Male 207 102 105
Female 208 90 118
Aroland (242)
Total 712 412 300
Male 363 217 146
Female 349 195 154
Attawapiskat (143)
Total 3,519 2,016 1,503
Male 1,728 1,051 677
Female 1,791 965 826
Big Grassy (124)
Total 772 283 489
Male 375 150 225
Female 397 133 264
Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek (197)
Total 718 339 379
Male 353 176 177
Female 365 163 202
Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (196)
Total 256 90 166
Male 140 49 91
Female 116 41 75
Brunswick House (228)
Total 771 202 569
Male 389 108 281
Female 382 94 288
Chapleau Cree First Nation (221)
Total 452 58 394
Male 245 31 214
Female 207 27 180
Chapleau Ojibway (229)
Total 41 * *
Male 19 * *
Female 22 * *
Constance Lake (182)
Total 1,678 862 816
Male 843 456 387
Female 835 406 429
Couchiching First Nation (126)
Total 2,429 739 1,690
Male 1,176 373 803
Female 1,253 366 887
Eabametoong First Nation (183)
Total 2,532 1,532 1,000
Male 1,313 828 485
Female 1,219 704 515
Eagle Lake (148)
Total 601 367 234
Male 301 189 112
Female 300 178 122
Flying Post (227)
Total 214 * *
Male 103 0 103
Female 111 * *
Fort William (187)
Total 2,210 980 1,230
Male 1,071 491 580
Female 1,139 489 650
Ginoogaming First Nation (185)
Total 919 212 707
Male 452 111 341
Female 467 101 366
Grassy Narrows First Nation (149)
Total 1,519 986 533
Male 748 495 253
Female 771 491 280
Gull Bay (188)
Total 1,329 383 946
Male 675 211 464
Female 654 172 482
Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation (154)
Total 626 350 276
Male 311 178 133
Female 315 172 143
Lac Des Mille Lacs (189)
Total 607 * *
Male 300 * *
Female 307 0 307
Lac La Croix (127)
Total 452 316 136
Male 232 172 60
Female 220 144 76
Long Lake No.58 First Nation (184)
Total 1,468 487 981
Male 717 246 471
Female 751 241 510
Martin Falls (186)
Total 737 377 360
Male 368 205 163
Female 369 172 197
Matachewan (219)
Total 740 46 694
Male 358 30 328
Female 382 16 366
Mattagami (226)
Total 558 180 378
Male 273 100 173
Female 285 80 205
Michipicoten (225)
Total 1,093 62 1,031
Male 525 35 490
Female 568 27 541
Missanabie Cree (223)
Total 450 * *
Male 231 * *
Female 219 * *
Mitaanjigamiing First Nation (133)
Total 154 107 47
Male 79 56 23
Female 75 51 24
Moose Cree First Nation (144)
Total 4,455 1,812 2,643
Male 2,223 958 1,265
Female 2,232 854 1,378
Naicatchewenin (128)
Total 450 294 156
Male 228 147 81
Female 222 147 75
Naotkamegwanning (158)
Total 1,236 756 480
Male 630 390 240
Female 606 366 240
Neskantaga First Nation (239)
Total 437 339 98
Male 216 168 48
Female 221 171 50
Nibinamik First Nation (241)
Total 496 369 127
Male 235 183 52
Female 261 186 75
Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation (129)
Total 358 157 201
Male 175 78 97
Female 183 79 104
Northwest Angle No.33 (151)
Total 525 245 280
Male 240 125 115
Female 285 120 165
Northwest Angle No.37 (152)
Total 403 182 221
Male 207 88 119
Female 196 94 102
Obashkaandagaang (235)
Total 331 175 156
Male 159 87 72
Female 172 88 84
Ochiichagwe'babigo'ining First Nation (147)
Total 443 175 268
Male 229 98 131
Female 214 77 137
Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation (131)
Total 776 478 298
Male 368 249 119
Female 408 229 179
Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation (192)
Total 1,141 529 612
Male 547 253 294
Female 594 276 318
Pays Plat (191)
Total 233 76 157
Male 116 45 71
Female 117 31 86
Pic Mobert (195)
Total 960 344 616
Male 492 187 305
Female 468 157 311
Rainy River First Nations (130)
Total 1,019 449 570
Male 469 205 264
Female 550 244 306
Red Rock (193)
Total 1,779 294 1,485
Male 857 147 710
Female 922 147 775
Seine River First Nation (132)
Total 752 351 401
Male 361 163 198
Female 391 188 203
Shoal Lake No.40 (155)
Total 612 293 319
Male 289 151 138
Female 323 142 181
Taykwa Tagamou Nation (145)
Total 526 141 385
Male 260 76 184
Female 266 65 201
Wabaseemoong Independent Nations (150)
Total 1,909 947 962
Male 931 469 462
Female 978 478 500
Wabauskang First Nation (156)
Total 323 137 186
Male 158 67 91
Female 165 70 95
Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation (157)
Total 704 194 510
Male 360 103 257
Female 344 91 253
Wahgoshig (233)
Total 319 147 172
Male 167 81 86
Female 152 66 86
Webequie (240)
Total 879 774 105
Male 429 378 51
Female 450 396 54
Weenusk (146)
Total 579 283 296
Male 304 146 158
Female 275 137 138
Whitesand (190)
Total 1,212 372 840
Male 597 196 401
Female 615 176 439
General List - Ontario Region - Western District (826)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Responsibility Centre Western District
Total 56,834 25,484 31,350
Male 28,121 13,127 14,994
Female 28,713 12,357 16,356
Sioux Lookout District
Bearskin Lake (207)
Total 904 466 438
Male 459 252 207
Female 445 214 231
Cat Lake (216)
Total 716 596 120
Male 375 319 56
Female 341 277 64
Deer Lake (237)
Total 1,264 1,058 206
Male 625 530 95
Female 639 528 111
Fort Severn (215)
Total 682 534 148
Male 331 266 65
Female 351 268 83
Kasabonika Lake (210)
Total 1,122 1,071 51
Male 563 538 25
Female 559 533 26
Kee-Way-Win (325)
Total 761 553 208
Male 367 279 88
Female 394 274 120
Kingfisher (212)
Total 567 525 42
Male 295 272 23
Female 272 253 19
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (209)
Total 1,606 1,113 493
Male 797 547 250
Female 809 566 243
Lac Seul (205)
Total 3,332 904 2,428
Male 1,656 489 1,167
Female 1,676 415 1,261
McDowell Lake (326)
Total 59 25 34
Male 33 * *
Female 26 * *
Mishkeegogamang (203)
Total 1,804 1,154 650
Male 873 577 296
Female 931 577 354
Muskrat Dam Lake (213)
Total 432 234 198
Male 210 115 95
Female 222 119 103
North Caribou Lake (204)
Total 1,101 856 245
Male 506 392 114
Female 595 464 131
North Spirit Lake (238)
Total 483 428 55
Male 228 210 18
Female 255 218 37
Ojibway Nation of Saugeen (258)
Total 232 109 123
Male 120 59 61
Female 112 50 62
Pikangikum (208)
Total 2,702 2,606 96
Male 1,394 1,347 47
Female 1,308 1,259 49
Poplar Hill (236)
Total 598 582 16
Male 318 * *
Female 280 * *
Sachigo Lake (214)
Total 893 529 364
Male 438 265 173
Female 455 264 191
Sandy Lake (211)
Total 2,987 2,603 384
Male 1,513 1,338 175
Female 1,474 1,265 209
Slate Falls Nation (259)
Total 271 199 72
Male 149 111 38
Female 122 88 34
Wapekeka (206)
Total 434 * *
Male 211 * *
Female 223 * *
Wawakapewin (234)
Total 73 49 24
Male 37 27 10
Female 36 22 14
Wunnumin (217)
Total 671 570 101
Male 337 286 51
Female 334 284 50
Responsibility Centre Sioux Lookout District
Total 23,694 17,189 6,505
Male 11,835 8,750 3,085
Female 11,859 8,439 3,420
Ontario Region - 4
Total 202,960 94,312 108,648
Male 98,611 47,641 50,970
Female 104,349 46,671 57,678

 

 

Manitoba

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 5 - Manitoba
Barren Lands (308)
Total 1,111 475 636
Male 545 249 296
Female 566 226 340
Berens River (266)
Total 3,193 2,075 1,118
Male 1,635 1,110 525
Female 1,558 965 593
Birdtail Sioux (284)
Total 847 479 368
Male 413 244 169
Female 434 235 199
Black River First Nation (260)
Total 1,263 918 345
Male 646 456 190
Female 617 462 155
Bloodvein (267)
Total 1,716 1,059 657
Male 833 522 311
Female 883 537 346
Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (261)
Total 1,925 673 1,252
Male 952 347 605
Female 973 326 647
Buffalo Point First Nation (265)
Total 126 38 88
Male 60 21 39
Female 66 17 49
Bunibonibee Cree Nation (301)
Total 3,003 2,529 474
Male 1,489 1,295 194
Female 1,514 1,234 280
Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation (289)
Total 672 329 343
Male 325 168 157
Female 347 161 186
Chemawawin Cree Nation (309)
Total 1,801 1,472 329
Male 909 751 158
Female 892 721 171
Cross Lake First Nation (276)
Total 8,139 5,860 2,279
Male 4,060 2,944 1,116
Female 4,079 2,916 1,163
Dakota Plains (288)
Total 267 178 89
Male 128 87 41
Female 139 91 48
Dakota Tipi (295)
Total 383 193 190
Male 223 117 106
Female 160 76 84
Dauphin River (316)
Total 356 247 109
Male 159 110 49
Female 197 137 60
Ebb and Flow (280)
Total 3,001 1,744 1,257
Male 1,455 834 621
Female 1,546 910 636
Fisher River (264)
Total 3,732 1,919 1,813
Male 1,896 982 914
Female 1,836 937 899
Fort Alexander (262)
Total 7,608 3,370 4,238
Male 3,769 1,736 2,033
Female 3,839 1,634 2,205
Fox Lake (305)
Total 1,203 249 954
Male 559 126 433
Female 644 123 521
Gamblers (294)
Total 262 76 186
Male 112 38 74
Female 150 38 112
Garden Hill First Nations (297)
Total 4,513 3,871 642
Male 2,310 2,007 303
Female 2,203 1,864 339
God's Lake First Nation (296)
Total 2,644 1,470 1,174
Male 1,336 768 568
Female 1,308 702 606
Hollow Water (263)
Total 1,881 1,009 872
Male 923 496 427
Female 958 513 445
Keeseekoowenin (286)
Total 1,222 495 727
Male 598 261 337
Female 624 234 390
Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation (268)
Total 730 350 380
Male 372 182 190
Female 358 168 190
Lake Manitoba (271)
Total 1,983 1,024 959
Male 1,018 534 484
Female 965 490 475
Lake St. Martin (275)
Total 2,563 1,580 983
Male 1,259 805 454
Female 1,304 775 529
Little Grand Rapids (270)
Total 1,598 1,270 328
Male 837 678 159
Female 761 592 169
Little Saskatchewan (274)
Total 1,206 680 526
Male 589 346 243
Female 617 334 283
Long Plain (287)
Total 4,235 2,232 2,003
Male 2,100 1,154 946
Female 2,135 1,078 1,057
Manto Sipi Cree Nation (302)
Total 876 752 124
Male 437 375 62
Female 439 377 62
Marcel Colomb First Nation (328)
Total 409 330 79
Male 211 170 41
Female 198 160 38
Mathias Colomb (311)
Total 3,655 2,367 1,288
Male 1,842 1,242 600
Female 1,813 1,125 688
Misipawistik Cree Nation (310)
Total 1,892 1,218 674
Male 939 622 317
Female 953 596 357
Mosakahiken Cree Nation (312)
Total 2,114 1,555 559
Male 1,050 787 263
Female 1,064 768 296
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation (313)
Total 4,876 2,988 1,888
Male 2,375 1,542 833
Female 2,501 1,446 1,055
Northlands (317)
Total 1,060 902 158
Male 516 438 78
Female 544 464 80
Norway House Cree Nation (278)
Total 7,716 5,897 1,819
Male 3,786 2,933 853
Female 3,930 2,964 966
O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation (279)
Total 1,078 513 565
Male 528 264 264
Female 550 249 301
Opaskwayak Cree Nation (315)
Total 5,769 3,182 2,587
Male 2,833 1,603 1,230
Female 2,936 1,579 1,357
O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation (318)
Total 1,564 1,108 456
Male 826 603 223
Female 738 505 233
Pauingassi First Nation (327)
Total 631 585 46
Male 338 318 20
Female 293 267 26
Peguis (269)
Total 9,769 3,679 6,090
Male 4,800 1,866 2,934
Female 4,969 1,813 3,156
Pinaymootang First Nation (272)
Total 3,161 1,216 1,945
Male 1,516 597 919
Female 1,645 619 1,026
Pine Creek (282)
Total 3,340 1,123 2,217
Male 1,687 610 1,077
Female 1,653 513 1,140
Poplar River First Nation (277)
Total 1,786 1,270 516
Male 897 663 234
Female 889 607 282
Red Sucker Lake (300)
Total 1,067 944 123
Male 510 461 49
Female 557 483 74
Rolling River (291)
Total 1,052 564 488
Male 534 282 252
Female 518 282 236
Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation Government (273)
Total 2,559 1,174 1,385
Male 1,271 619 652
Female 1,288 555 733
Sandy Bay (283)
Total 6,362 3,949 2,413
Male 3,210 2,069 1,141
Female 3,152 1,880 1,272
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation (314)
Total 2,401 1,005 1,396
Male 1,242 549 693
Female 1,159 456 703
Sayisi Dene First Nation (303)
Total 803 308 495
Male 398 173 225
Female 405 135 270
Shamattawa First Nation (307)
Total 1,558 1,419 139
Male 786 715 71
Female 772 704 68
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation (290)
Total 2,512 1,455 1,057
Male 1,221 740 481
Female 1,291 715 576
Skownan First Nation (281)
Total 1,445 742 703
Male 739 367 372
Female 706 375 331
St. Theresa Point (298)
Total 4,069 3,813 256
Male 2,063 1,957 106
Female 2,006 1,856 150
Swan Lake (293)
Total 1,372 596 776
Male 637 278 359
Female 735 318 417
Tataskweyak Cree Nation (306)
Total 3,677 2,405 1,272
Male 1,825 1,217 608
Female 1,852 1,188 664
Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve (292)
Total 1,402 652 750
Male 678 318 360
Female 724 334 390
War Lake First Nation (323)
Total 300 142 158
Male 147 77 70
Female 153 65 88
Wasagamack First Nation (299)
Total 2,017 1,835 182
Male 1,035 954 81
Female 982 881 101
Waywayseecappo First Nation Treaty Four - 1874 (285)
Total 2,639 1,525 1,114
Male 1,298 749 549
Female 1,341 776 565
Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation (324)
Total 636 180 456
Male 311 94 217
Female 325 86 239
York Factory First Nation (304)
Total 1,260 448 812
Male 634 231 403
Female 626 217 409
General List - Manitoba Region (804)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Manitoba Region - 5
Total 150,017 89,705 60,312
Male 74,636 45,851 28,785
Female 75,381 43,854 31,527

 

 

Saskatchewan

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 6 - Saskatchewan
North Central District
Ahtahkakoop (406)
Total 3,404 1,818 1,586
Male 1,715 914 801
Female 1,689 904 785
Beardy's and Okemasis (369)
Total 3,279 1,178 2,101
Male 1,628 597 1,031
Female 1,651 581 1,070
Big Island Lake Cree Nation (399)
Total 1,158 940 218
Male 550 458 92
Female 608 482 126
Big River (404)
Total 3,336 2,511 825
Male 1,672 1,277 395
Female 1,664 1,234 430
Birch Narrows First Nation (403)
Total 744 423 321
Male 362 208 154
Female 382 215 167
Black Lake (359)
Total 2,061 1,602 459
Male 1,017 802 215
Female 1,044 800 244
Buffalo River Dene Nation (398)
Total 1,362 725 637
Male 690 375 315
Female 672 350 322
Canoe Lake Cree First Nation (394)
Total 2,308 1,013 1,295
Male 1,189 525 664
Female 1,119 488 631
Clearwater River Dene (401)
Total 1,942 822 1,120
Male 996 414 582
Female 946 408 538
Cumberland House Cree Nation (350)
Total 1,517 881 636
Male 761 443 318
Female 756 438 318
English River First Nation (400)
Total 1,499 779 720
Male 730 383 347
Female 769 396 373
Flying Dust First Nation (395)
Total 1,338 536 802
Male 634 270 364
Female 704 266 438
Fond du Lac (351)
Total 1,929 1,088 841
Male 934 536 398
Female 995 552 443
Hatchet Lake (352)
Total 1,761 1,369 392
Male 871 681 190
Female 890 688 202
James Smith (370)
Total 3,352 2,030 1,322
Male 1,666 1,027 639
Female 1,686 1,003 683
Kinistin Saulteaux Nation (377)
Total 987 380 607
Male 494 205 289
Female 493 175 318
Lac La Ronge (353)
Total 10,245 6,427 3,818
Male 5,077 3,246 1,831
Female 5,168 3,181 1,987
Little Pine (340)
Total 1,901 913 988
Male 936 472 464
Female 965 441 524
Lucky Man (341)
Total 115 33 82
Male 56 18 38
Female 59 15 44
Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation (396)
Total 1,503 1,108 395
Male 769 577 192
Female 734 531 203
Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation (397)
Total 1,295 1,056 239
Male 620 502 118
Female 675 554 121
Mistawasis (374)
Total 2,639 1,208 1,431
Male 1,310 611 699
Female 1,329 597 732
Montreal Lake (354)
Total 3,811 2,343 1,468
Male 1,937 1,239 698
Female 1,874 1,104 770
Moosomin (342)
Total 1,756 1,180 576
Male 865 590 275
Female 891 590 301
Mosquito Grizzly Bear's Head- Lean Man Fst.Natns. (343)
Total 1,333 762 571
Male 681 409 272
Female 652 353 299
Muskeg Lake Cree Nation #102 (375)
Total 2,045 368 1,677
Male 972 182 790
Female 1,073 186 887
Muskoday First Nation (371)
Total 1,831 623 1,208
Male 874 320 554
Female 957 303 654
One Arrow First Nation (373)
Total 1,790 693 1,097
Male 872 350 522
Female 918 343 575
Onion Lake Cree Nation (344)
Total 5,709 3,676 2,033
Male 2,771 1,820 951
Female 2,938 1,856 1,082
Pelican Lake (405)
Total 1,584 1,188 396
Male 842 636 206
Female 742 552 190
Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (355)
Total 10,039 6,607 3,432
Male 5,000 3,322 1,678
Female 5,039 3,285 1,754
Poundmaker (345)
Total 1,651 914 737
Male 776 457 319
Female 875 457 418
Red Earth (356)
Total 1,678 1,469 209
Male 834 729 105
Female 844 740 104
Red Pheasant (346)
Total 2,408 851 1,557
Male 1,184 429 755
Female 1,224 422 802
Saulteaux (347)
Total 1,256 679 577
Male 634 339 295
Female 622 340 282
Shoal Lake Cree Nation (357)
Total 964 834 130
Male 501 425 76
Female 463 409 54
Sturgeon Lake First Nation (360)
Total 2,853 1,924 929
Male 1,413 973 440
Female 1,440 951 489
Sweetgrass (348)
Total 1,891 733 1,158
Male 920 368 552
Female 971 365 606
Thunderchild First Nation (349)
Total 2,767 1,266 1,501
Male 1,369 632 737
Female 1,398 634 764
Wahpeton Dakota Nation (358)
Total 514 332 182
Male 244 159 85
Female 270 173 97
Waterhen Lake (402)
Total 1,958 984 974
Male 953 490 463
Female 1,005 494 511
Whitecap Dakota First Nation (372)
Total 629 306 323
Male 292 144 148
Female 337 162 175
Witchekan Lake (407)
Total 734 520 214
Male 378 287 91
Female 356 233 123
Yellow Quill (376)
Total 2,884 986 1,898
Male 1,451 524 927
Female 1,433 462 971
General List - Saskatchewan Region - North Central District (831)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Responsibility Centre North Central District
Total 101,767 58,078 43,689
Male 50,444 29,365 21,079
Female 51,323 28,713 22,610
South District
Carry The Kettle (378)
Total 2,745 920 1,825
Male 1,300 447 853
Female 1,445 473 972
Cote First Nation 366 (366)
Total 3,705 919 2,786
Male 1,761 467 1,294
Female 1,944 452 1,492
Cowessess (361)
Total 4,104 937 3,167
Male 1,942 486 1,456
Female 2,162 451 1,711
Day Star (389)
Total 501 159 342
Male 265 83 182
Female 236 76 160
Fishing Lake First Nation (390)
Total 1,731 548 1,183
Male 849 284 565
Female 882 264 618
George Gordon First Nation (391)
Total 3,499 1,211 2,288
Male 1,772 674 1,098
Female 1,727 537 1,190
Kahkewistahaw (362)
Total 1,914 619 1,295
Male 922 304 618
Female 992 315 677
Kawacatoose (393)
Total 3,070 1,241 1,829
Male 1,494 633 861
Female 1,576 608 968
Keeseekoose (367)
Total 2,401 749 1,652
Male 1,168 393 775
Female 1,233 356 877
Little Black Bear (379)
Total 545 225 320
Male 270 111 159
Female 275 114 161
Muscowpetung (381)
Total 1,346 350 996
Male 665 195 470
Female 681 155 526
Muskowekwan (392)
Total 1,802 537 1,265
Male 894 272 622
Female 908 265 643
Nekaneet (380)
Total 473 211 262
Male 246 106 140
Female 227 105 122
Ocean Man (408)
Total 507 162 345
Male 247 87 160
Female 260 75 185
Ochapowace (363)
Total 1,668 634 1,034
Male 825 333 492
Female 843 301 542
Okanese (382)
Total 692 291 401
Male 348 148 200
Female 344 143 201
Pasqua First Nation #79 (383)
Total 2,073 645 1,428
Male 1,045 345 700
Female 1,028 300 728
Peepeekisis Cree Nation No.81 (384)
Total 2,663 687 1,976
Male 1,309 359 950
Female 1,354 328 1,026
Pheasant Rump Nakota (409)
Total 408 165 243
Male 193 82 111
Female 215 83 132
Piapot (385)
Total 2,313 676 1,637
Male 1,148 374 774
Female 1,165 302 863
Sakimay First Nations (364)
Total 1,621 263 1,358
Male 793 139 654
Female 828 124 704
Standing Buffalo (386)
Total 1,235 479 756
Male 624 236 388
Female 611 243 368
Star Blanket Cree Nation (387)
Total 648 284 364
Male 313 144 169
Female 335 140 195
The Key First Nation (368)
Total 1,282 307 975
Male 631 147 484
Female 651 160 491
White Bear (365)
Total 2,590 894 1,696
Male 1,259 452 807
Female 1,331 442 889
Wood Mountain (388)
Total 280 * *
Male 134 * *
Female 146 * *
General List - Saskatchewan Region - South District (834)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Responsibility Centre South District
Total 45,818 14,121 31,697
Male 22,419 7,305 15,114
Female 23,399 6,816 16,583
Saskathewan Region - 6
Total 147,585 72,199 75,386
Male 72,863 36,670 36,193
Female 74,722 35,529 39,193

 

 

Alberta

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 7 - Alberta
Alexander (438)
Total 2,140 1,100 1,040
Male 1,095 567 528
Female 1,045 533 512
Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation (437)
Total 1,919 1,175 744
Male 984 613 371
Female 935 562 373
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (463)
Total 1,139 247 892
Male 565 124 441
Female 574 123 451
Bearspaw (473) - Stoney
Total 1,875 1,735 140
Male 916 845 71
Female 959 890 69
Beaver First Nation (445)
Total 1,045 457 588
Male 524 230 294
Female 521 227 294
Bigstone Cree Nation (458)
Total 7,591 3,233 4,358
Male 3,708 1,617 2,091
Female 3,883 1,616 2,267
Blood (435)
Total 12,027 8,343 3,684
Male 5,920 4,193 1,727
Female 6,107 4,150 1,957
Chiniki (433) - Stoney
Total 1,732 1,581 151
Male 864 798 66
Female 868 783 85
Chipewyan Prairie First Nation (470)
Total 878 380 498
Male 450 210 240
Female 428 170 258
Dene Tha' (448)
Total 2,941 2,045 896
Male 1,447 1,058 389
Female 1,494 987 507
Driftpile First Nation (450)
Total 2,633 936 1,697
Male 1,339 509 830
Female 1,294 427 867
Duncan's First Nation (451)
Total 290 147 143
Male 142 74 68
Female 148 73 75
Enoch Cree Nation #440 (440)
Total 2,476 1,655 821
Male 1,195 823 372
Female 1,281 832 449
Ermineskin Tribe (443)
Total 4,458 3,442 1,016
Male 2,213 1,730 483
Female 2,245 1,712 533
Fort McKay First Nation (467)
Total 833 415 418
Male 409 203 206
Female 424 212 212
Fort McMurray #468 First Nation (468)
Total 721 280 441
Male 326 130 196
Female 395 150 245
Horse Lake First Nation (449)
Total 1,106 476 630
Male 559 257 302
Female 547 219 328
Kapawe'no First Nation (452)
Total 365 132 233
Male 180 69 111
Female 185 63 122
Little Red River Cree Nation (447)
Total 5,251 4,601 650
Male 2,625 2,319 306
Female 2,626 2,282 344
Loon River Cree (476)
Total 587 479 108
Male 287 232 55
Female 300 247 53
Louis Bull (439)
Total 2,178 1,743 435
Male 1,084 881 203
Female 1,094 862 232
Lubicon Lake (453)
Total 503 305 198
Male 261 161 100
Female 242 144 98
Mikisew Cree First Nation (461)
Total 2,975 777 2,198
Male 1,454 394 1,060
Female 1,521 383 1,138
Montana (442)
Total 986 756 230
Male 489 375 114
Female 497 381 116
O'Chiese (431)
Total 1,277 897 380
Male 630 441 189
Female 647 456 191
Paul (441)
Total 2,023 1,367 656
Male 1,003 691 312
Female 1,020 676 344
Peerless Trout First Nation (478)
Total 882 777 105
Male 434 384 50
Female 448 393 55
Piikani Nation (436)
Total 3,663 2,405 1,258
Male 1,796 1,201 595
Female 1,867 1,204 663
Samson (444)
Total 8,091 6,236 1,855
Male 4,066 3,144 922
Female 4,025 3,092 933
Sawridge First Nation (454)
Total 473 49 424
Male 245 26 219
Female 228 23 205
Siksika Nation (430)
Total 7,037 4,065 2,972
Male 3,535 2,062 1,473
Female 3,502 2,003 1,499
Smith's Landing First Nation (477)
Total 341 156 185
Male 177 84 93
Female 164 72 92
Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation (455)
Total 3,148 1,471 1,677
Male 1,503 740 763
Female 1,645 731 914
Sucker Creek (456)
Total 2,744 780 1,964
Male 1,327 416 911
Female 1,417 364 1,053
Sunchild First Nation (434)
Total 1,326 892 434
Male 662 456 206
Female 664 436 228
Swan River First Nation (457)
Total 1,282 407 875
Male 622 218 404
Female 660 189 471
Tallcree (446)
Total 1,276 543 733
Male 644 286 358
Female 632 257 375
Tsuu T'ina Nation (432)
Total 2,206 1,687 519
Male 1,044 812 232
Female 1,162 875 287
Wesley (475) - Stoney
Total 1,778 1,600 178
Male 899 815 84
Female 879 785 94
Whitefish Lake (459)
Total 2,615 1,544 1,071
Male 1,319 780 539
Female 1,296 764 532
Woodland Cree First Nation (474)
Total 1,120 822 298
Male 551 402 149
Female 569 420 149
General List - Alberta Region - Alberta District (838)
Total 892 * *
Male 402 * *
Female 490 * *
Responsibility Centre Alberta District
Total 100,823 62,142 38,681
Male 49,895 31,371 18,524
Female 50,928 30,771 20,157
St. Paul District
Beaver Lake Cree Nation (460)
Total 1,112 402 710
Male 559 214 345
Female 553 188 365
Cold Lake First Nations (464)
Total 2,769 1,354 1,415
Male 1,358 723 635
Female 1,411 631 780
Frog Lake (465)
Total 3,099 1,980 1,119
Male 1,539 999 540
Female 1,560 981 579
Heart Lake (469)
Total 336 209 127
Male 175 109 66
Female 161 100 61
Kehewin Cree Nation (466)
Total 2,040 1,186 854
Male 1,009 630 379
Female 1,031 556 475
Saddle Lake Cree Nation (462)
Total 10,170 6,411 3,759
Male 5,003 3,253 1,750
Female 5,167 3,158 2,009
Responsibility Centre St. Paul District
Total 19,526 11,542 7,984
Male 9,643 5,928 3,715
Female 9,883 5,614 4,269
Alberta Region - 7
Total 120,349 73,684 46,665
Male 59,538 37,299 22,239
Female 60,811 36,385 24,426

 

 

British Columbia

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 9 - British Columbia
?Akisq'nuk First Nation (604)
Total 271 154 117
Male 144 86 58
Female 127 68 59
?Esdilagh First Nation (709)
Total 196 53 143
Male 98 37 61
Female 98 16 82
Adams Lake (684)
Total 765 416 349
Male 372 216 156
Female 393 200 193
Ahousaht (659)
Total 2,083 789 1,294
Male 1,019 391 628
Female 1,064 398 666
Aitchelitz (558)
Total 42 25 17
Male 25 * *
Female 17 * *
Alexis Creek (710)
Total 682 356 326
Male 325 186 139
Female 357 170 187
Ashcroft (685)
Total 270 78 192
Male 142 43 99
Female 128 35 93
Beecher Bay (640)
Total 250 112 138
Male 114 52 62
Female 136 60 76
Blueberry River First Nations (547)
Total 471 225 246
Male 237 121 116
Female 234 104 130
Bonaparte (686)
Total 919 240 679
Male 437 123 314
Female 482 117 365
Boothroyd (700)
Total 283 90 193
Male 151 54 97
Female 132 36 96
Boston Bar First Nation (701)
Total 263 94 169
Male 141 53 88
Female 122 41 81
Bridge River (590)
Total 454 234 220
Male 224 108 116
Female 230 126 104
Burns Lake (619)
Total 128 48 80
Male 68 26 42
Female 60 22 38
Campbell River (622)
Total 792 390 402
Male 374 197 177
Female 418 193 225
Canim Lake (713)
Total 605 440 165
Male 299 219 80
Female 306 221 85
Cape Mudge (623)
Total 1,096 395 701
Male 537 211 326
Female 559 184 375
Cayoose Creek (591)
Total 198 89 109
Male 99 46 53
Female 99 43 56
Chawathil (583)
Total 591 386 205
Male 295 195 100
Female 296 191 105
Cheam (584)
Total 524 253 271
Male 263 131 132
Female 261 122 139
Cheslatta Carrier Nation (620)
Total 351 170 181
Male 159 82 77
Female 192 88 104
Coldwater (693)
Total 831 392 439
Male 398 192 206
Female 433 200 233
Cook's Ferry (694)
Total 344 81 263
Male 166 44 122
Female 178 37 141
Cowichan (642)
Total 4,772 2,763 2,009
Male 2,349 1,396 953
Female 2,423 1,367 1,056
Da'naxda'xw First Nation (635)
Total 219 56 163
Male 108 27 81
Female 111 29 82
Ditidaht (662)
Total 770 248 522
Male 374 131 243
Female 396 117 279
Doig River First Nation (548)
Total 303 143 160
Male 153 79 74
Female 150 64 86
Douglas (561)
Total 295 104 191
Male 139 56 83
Female 156 48 108
Dzawada'enuxw First Nation (636)
Total 533 148 385
Male 268 77 191
Female 265 71 194
Ehattesaht (634)
Total 462 141 321
Male 225 69 156
Female 237 72 165
Esk'etemc (711)
Total 956 434 522
Male 495 230 265
Female 461 204 257
Esquimalt (644)
Total 300 195 105
Male 138 97 41
Female 162 98 64
Fort Nelson First Nation (543)
Total 908 467 441
Male 448 243 205
Female 460 224 236
Gitanmaax (531)
Total 2,367 793 1,574
Male 1,180 410 770
Female 1,187 383 804
Gitanyow (537)
Total 839 423 416
Male 439 223 216
Female 400 200 200
Gitga'at First Nation (675)
Total 737 148 589
Male 355 74 281
Female 382 74 308
Gitsegukla (535)
Total 988 457 531
Male 505 236 269
Female 483 221 262
Gitwangak (536)
Total 1,304 421 883
Male 647 232 415
Female 657 189 468
Gitxaala Nation (672)
Total 1,916 467 1,449
Male 932 249 683
Female 984 218 766
Glen Vowell (533)
Total 414 205 209
Male 223 111 112
Female 191 94 97
Gwa'Sala-Nakwaxda'xw (724)
Total 952 552 400
Male 475 293 182
Female 477 259 218
Gwawaenuk Tribe (627)
Total 41 15 26
Male 24 * *
Female 17 * *
Hagwilget Village (534)
Total 773 222 551
Male 395 114 281
Female 378 108 270
Haisla Nation (676)
Total 1,823 671 1,152
Male 902 374 528
Female 921 297 624
Halalt (645)
Total 209 105 104
Male 105 54 51
Female 104 51 53
Halfway River First Nation (546)
Total 276 154 122
Male 145 84 61
Female 131 70 61
Heiltsuk (538)
Total 2,380 1,191 1,189
Male 1,203 636 567
Female 1,177 555 622
Hesquiaht (661)
Total 722 162 560
Male 345 91 254
Female 377 71 306
High Bar (703)
Total 117 * *
Male 58 0 58
Female 59 * *
Homalco (552)
Total 471 243 228
Male 244 129 115
Female 227 114 113
Hupacasath First Nation (664)
Total 313 142 171
Male 167 70 97
Female 146 72 74
Huu-ay-aht First Nations (663)
Total 709 133 576
Male 339 60 279
Female 370 73 297
Iskut (683)
Total 746 361 385
Male 376 193 183
Female 370 168 202
Ka:'yu:'k't'h'/Che:k:tles7et'h' First Nations (638)
Total 556 186 370
Male 278 97 181
Female 278 89 189
Kanaka Bar (704)
Total 230 78 152
Male 129 43 86
Female 101 35 66
Katzie (563)
Total 562 322 240
Male 276 163 113
Female 286 159 127
Kispiox (532)
Total 1,608 717 891
Male 778 375 403
Female 830 342 488
Kitasoo (540)
Total 516 323 193
Male 251 172 79
Female 265 151 114
Kitselas (680)
Total 628 296 332
Male 291 139 152
Female 337 157 180
Kitsumkalum (681)
Total 736 249 487
Male 358 131 227
Female 378 118 260
Klahoose First Nation (553)
Total 398 85 313
Male 198 43 155
Female 200 42 158
K'ómoks First Nation (624)
Total 330 112 218
Male 154 49 105
Female 176 63 113
Kwadacha (610)
Total 540 306 234
Male 266 160 106
Female 274 146 128
Kwakiutl (626)
Total 765 337 428
Male 379 175 204
Female 386 162 224
Kwantlen First Nation (564)
Total 255 99 156
Male 127 52 75
Female 128 47 81
Kwaw-kwaw-Apilt (580)
Total 44 34 10
Male 24 * *
Female 20 * *
Kwiakah (628)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis (625)
Total 295 77 218
Male 160 43 117
Female 135 34 101
Kwikwetlem First Nation (560)
Total 85 39 46
Male 49 25 24
Female 36 14 22
Lake Babine Nation (607)
Total 2,440 1,418 1,022
Male 1,180 719 461
Female 1,260 699 561
Lake Cowichan First Nation (643)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Lax Kw'alaams (674)
Total 3,710 709 3,001
Male 1,855 392 1,463
Female 1,855 317 1,538
Leq' a: mel First Nation (579)
Total 401 138 263
Male 186 68 118
Female 215 70 145
Lheidli T'enneh (611)
Total 415 122 293
Male 210 67 143
Female 205 55 150
Lhoosk'uz Dene Nation (721)
Total 234 73 161
Male 111 37 74
Female 123 36 87
Lhtako Dene Nation (715)
Total 174 70 104
Male 70 31 39
Female 104 39 65
Lil'wat Nation (557)
Total 2,154 1,513 641
Male 1,091 790 301
Female 1,063 723 340
Little Shuswap Lake (689)
Total 343 238 105
Male 191 131 60
Female 152 107 45
Lower Kootenay (606)
Total 234 119 115
Male 108 59 49
Female 126 60 66
Lower Nicola (695)
Total 1,225 561 664
Male 592 292 300
Female 633 269 364
Lower Similkameen (598)
Total 495 288 207
Male 236 138 98
Female 259 150 109
Lyackson (646)
Total 209 39 170
Male 97 21 76
Female 112 18 94
Lytton (705)
Total 1,989 953 1,036
Male 980 500 480
Female 1,009 453 556
Malahat First Nation (647)
Total 319 173 146
Male 173 97 76
Female 146 76 70
Mamalilikulla-Qwe'Qwa'Sot'Em (629)
Total 414 64 350
Male 207 29 178
Female 207 35 172
Matsqui (565)
Total 262 117 145
Male 126 59 67
Female 136 58 78
McLeod Lake (618)
Total 535 140 395
Male 258 74 184
Female 277 66 211
Metlakatla (673)
Total 890 94 796
Male 425 40 385
Female 465 54 411
Moricetown (530)
Total 2,007 719 1,288
Male 1,014 385 629
Female 993 334 659
Mowachaht/Muchalaht (630)
Total 603 254 349
Male 325 145 180
Female 278 109 169
Musqueam (550)
Total 1,355 783 572
Male 633 377 256
Female 722 406 316
Nadleh Whuten (612)
Total 543 279 264
Male 276 147 129
Female 267 132 135
Nak'azdli (614)
Total 1,883 753 1,130
Male 947 397 550
Female 936 356 580
Namgis First Nation (631)
Total 1,804 971 833
Male 881 487 394
Female 923 484 439
Nanoose First Nation (649)
Total 251 175 76
Male 112 76 36
Female 139 99 40
Nazko First Nation (720)
Total 374 177 197
Male 192 100 92
Female 182 77 105
Nee-Tahi-Buhn (726)
Total 144 54 90
Male 67 32 35
Female 77 22 55
Neskonlith (690)
Total 650 324 326
Male 332 168 164
Female 318 156 162
New Westminster (566)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Nicomen (696)
Total 134 66 68
Male 74 34 40
Female 60 32 28
Nisga'a Village of Gingolx (671)
Total 1,987 480 1,507
Male 1,009 259 750
Female 978 221 757
Nisga'a Village of Gitwinksihlkw (679)
Total 397 213 184
Male 192 101 91
Female 205 112 93
Nisga'a Village of Laxgalt'sap (678)
Total 1,770 640 1,130
Male 897 359 538
Female 873 281 592
Nisga'a Village of New Aiyansh (677)
Total 1,846 922 924
Male 950 495 455
Female 896 427 469
Nooaitch (699)
Total 220 124 96
Male 109 65 44
Female 111 59 52
N'Quatqua (556)
Total 345 204 141
Male 177 105 72
Female 168 99 69
Nuchatlaht (639)
Total 158 38 120
Male 68 18 50
Female 90 20 70
Nuxalk Nation (539)
Total 1,686 929 757
Male 806 476 330
Female 880 453 427
Okanagan (616)
Total 1,955 899 1,056
Male 949 462 487
Female 1,006 437 569
Old Massett Village Council (669)
Total 2,977 754 2,223
Male 1,468 415 1,053
Female 1,509 339 1,170
Oregon Jack Creek (692)
Total 65 20 45
Male 27 * *
Female 38 * *
Osoyoos (596)
Total 533 389 144
Male 274 214 60
Female 259 175 84
Oweekeno/Wuikinuxv Nation (541)
Total 289 91 198
Male 143 43 100
Female 146 48 98
Pacheedaht First Nation (658)
Total 277 124 153
Male 119 59 60
Female 158 65 93
Pauquachin (652)
Total 402 286 116
Male 176 135 41
Female 226 151 75
Penelakut Tribe (650)
Total 933 586 347
Male 475 301 174
Female 458 285 173
Penticton (597)
Total 1,033 615 418
Male 515 308 207
Female 518 307 211
Peters (586)
Total 157 47 110
Male 77 25 52
Female 80 22 58
Popkum (585)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Prophet River First Nation (544)
Total 270 116 154
Male 135 57 78
Female 135 59 76
Qualicum First Nation (651)
Total 124 58 66
Male 52 29 23
Female 72 29 43
Quatsino (633)
Total 538 245 293
Male 266 128 138
Female 272 117 155
Saik'uz First Nation (615)
Total 951 456 495
Male 445 244 201
Female 506 212 294
Samahquam (567)
Total 361 112 249
Male 176 63 113
Female 185 49 136
Saulteau First Nations (542)
Total 1,033 392 641
Male 488 204 284
Female 545 188 357
Scowlitz (568)
Total 251 106 145
Male 138 62 76
Female 113 44 69
Seabird Island (581)
Total 947 592 355
Male 450 284 166
Female 497 308 189
Sechelt (551)
Total 1,356 668 688
Male 693 361 332
Female 663 307 356
Semiahmoo (569)
Total 90 57 33
Male 41 26 15
Female 49 31 18
Seton Lake (595)
Total 673 356 317
Male 352 187 165
Female 321 169 152
Shackan (698)
Total 131 78 53
Male 70 43 27
Female 61 35 26
Shuswap (605)
Total 267 121 146
Male 129 61 68
Female 138 60 78
Shxwhá:y Village (570)
Total 397 99 298
Male 196 51 145
Female 201 48 153
Shxw'ow'hamel First Nation (587)
Total 186 100 86
Male 99 55 44
Female 87 45 42
Simpcw First Nation (691)
Total 705 245 460
Male 337 126 211
Female 368 119 249
Siska (706)
Total 312 104 208
Male 151 51 100
Female 161 53 108
Skatin Nations (562)
Total 420 142 278
Male 218 82 136
Female 202 60 142
Skawahlook First Nation (582)
Total 86 12 74
Male 39 * *
Female 47 * *
Skeetchestn (687)
Total 532 250 282
Male 267 132 135
Female 265 118 147
Skidegate (670)
Total 1,614 741 873
Male 774 341 433
Female 840 400 440
Skin Tyee (729)
Total 179 58 121
Male 105 30 75
Female 74 28 46
Skowkale (571)
Total 251 180 71
Male 119 85 34
Female 132 95 37
Skuppah (707)
Total 119 66 53
Male 58 38 20
Female 61 28 33
Skwah (573)
Total 514 288 226
Male 251 145 106
Female 263 143 120
Sliammon (554)
Total 1,052 592 460
Male 516 298 218
Female 536 294 242
Snuneymuxw First Nation (648)
Total 1,734 704 1,030
Male 857 359 498
Female 877 345 532
Soda Creek (716)
Total 422 177 245
Male 212 94 118
Female 210 83 127
Songhees First Nation (656)
Total 556 378 178
Male 270 183 87
Female 286 195 91
Soowahlie (572)
Total 371 176 195
Male 181 95 86
Female 190 81 109
Splatsin (600)
Total 878 392 486
Male 417 207 210
Female 461 185 276
Spuzzum (708)
Total 276 50 226
Male 142 31 111
Female 134 19 115
Squamish (555)
Total 4,119 2,427 1,692
Male 1,992 1,189 803
Female 2,127 1,238 889
Squiala First Nation (574)
Total 208 142 66
Male 119 85 34
Female 89 57 32
St. Mary's (602)
Total 380 218 162
Male 184 108 76
Female 196 110 86
Stellat'en First Nation (613)
Total 534 223 311
Male 268 118 150
Female 266 105 161
Sts'ailes (559)
Total 1,080 568 512
Male 540 296 244
Female 540 272 268
Stswecem'c Xgat'tem First Nation (723)
Total 726 312 414
Male 387 174 213
Female 339 138 201
Stz'uminus First Nation (641)
Total 1,246 798 448
Male 605 418 187
Female 641 380 261
Sumas First Nation (578)
Total 325 176 149
Male 150 87 63
Female 175 89 86
Tahltan (682)
Total 1,867 325 1,542
Male 925 173 752
Female 942 152 790
Takla Lake First Nation (608)
Total 765 430 335
Male 354 208 146
Female 411 222 189
T'it'q'et (593)
Total 417 202 215
Male 211 103 108
Female 206 99 107
Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (688)
Total 1,274 652 622
Male 593 311 282
Female 681 341 340
Tl'etinqox Government (712)
Total 1,571 601 970
Male 769 335 434
Female 802 266 536
Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations (660)
Total 1,074 400 674
Male 533 206 327
Female 541 194 347
Tlatlasikwala (632)
Total 66 47 19
Male 33 * *
Female 33 * *
Tl'azt'en Nation (617)
Total 1,741 582 1,159
Male 886 327 559
Female 855 255 600
Tlowitsis Tribe (637)
Total 407 74 333
Male 191 35 156
Female 216 39 177
Tobacco Plains (603)
Total 202 94 108
Male 108 58 50
Female 94 36 58
Toosey (718)
Total 333 164 169
Male 150 78 72
Female 183 86 97
Toquaht (666)
Total 146 18 128
Male 73 * *
Female 73 * *
Tsartlip (653)
Total 983 640 343
Male 512 353 159
Female 471 287 184
Tsawout First Nation (654)
Total 872 600 272
Male 424 309 115
Female 448 291 157
Tsawwassen First Nation (577)
Total 354 191 163
Male 173 98 75
Female 181 93 88
Tsay Keh Dene (609)
Total 477 239 238
Male 240 120 120
Female 237 119 118
Tseshaht (665)
Total 1,145 460 685
Male 534 224 310
Female 611 236 375
Tseycum (655)
Total 184 125 59
Male 90 61 29
Female 94 64 30
Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation (594)
Total 556 277 279
Male 280 150 130
Female 276 127 149
Tsleil-Waututh Nation (549)
Total 565 322 243
Male 270 167 103
Female 295 155 140
T'Sou-ke First Nation (657)
Total 257 134 123
Male 114 65 49
Female 143 69 74
Tzeachten (575)
Total 503 265 238
Male 239 129 110
Female 264 136 128
Uchucklesaht (667)
Total 212 32 180
Male 99 * *
Female 113 * *
Ucluelet First Nation (668)
Total 647 216 431
Male 322 117 205
Female 325 99 226
Ulkatcho (722)
Total 1,031 683 348
Male 496 339 157
Female 535 344 191
Union Bar (588)
Total 119 10 109
Male 62 * *
Female 57 * *
Upper Nicola (697)
Total 961 432 529
Male 487 222 265
Female 474 210 264
Upper Similkameen (599)
Total 88 68 20
Male 35 * *
Female 53 * *
West Moberly First Nations (545)
Total 281 120 161
Male 136 63 73
Female 145 57 88
Westbank First Nation (601)
Total 832 449 383
Male 421 228 193
Female 411 221 190
Wet'suwet'en First Nation (725)
Total 242 96 146
Male 119 40 79
Female 123 56 67
Whispering Pines/Clinton (702)
Total 153 59 94
Male 85 33 52
Female 68 26 42
Williams Lake (719)
Total 767 272 495
Male 352 126 226
Female 415 146 269
Xaxli'p (592)
Total 1,026 401 625
Male 517 210 307
Female 509 191 318
Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government (714)
Total 431 256 175
Male 203 124 79
Female 228 132 96
Yakweakwioose (576)
Total 67 35 32
Male 26 * *
Female 41 * *
Yale First Nation (589)
Total 164 67 97
Male 77 34 43
Female 87 33 54
Yekooche First Nation (728)
Total 230 106 124
Male 115 60 55
Female 115 46 69
Yunesit'in Government (717)
Total 446 256 190
Male 219 134 85
Female 227 122 105
General List - British Columbia Region (848)
Total 259 * *
Male 134 0 134
Female 125 * *
British Columbia Region - 9
Total 140,788 62,481 78,307
Male 69,471 32,284 37,187
Female 71,317 30,197 41,120

Yukon

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 8 - Yukon
Aishihik (490) - Champagne and Aishihik First Nations
Total 187 92 95
Male 81 45 36
Female 106 47 59
Carcross/Tagish First Nations (491)
Total 655 244 411
Male 332 132 200
Female 323 112 211
Champagne (493) - Champagne and Aishihik First Nations
Total 689 254 435
Male 328 128 200
Female 361 126 235
Dease River (504)
Total 180 65 115
Male 97 36 61
Female 83 29 54
First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun (495)
Total 544 166 378
Male 258 80 178
Female 286 86 200
Kluane First Nation (503)
Total 174 78 96
Male 80 39 41
Female 94 39 55
Kwanlin Dun First Nation (500)
Total 987 627 360
Male 517 340 177
Female 470 287 183
Liard First Nation (502)
Total 1,190 507 683
Male 614 296 318
Female 576 211 365
Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation (492)
Total 650 312 338
Male 301 153 148
Female 349 159 190
Ross River (497)
Total 541 353 188
Male 275 193 82
Female 266 160 106
Selkirk First Nation (498)
Total 629 333 296
Male 304 169 135
Female 325 164 161
Ta'an Kwach'an (508)
Total 267 102 165
Male 128 50 78
Female 139 52 87
Taku River Tlingit (501)
Total 401 89 312
Male 196 52 144
Female 205 37 168
Teslin Tlingit Council (499)
Total 600 267 333
Male 310 148 162
Female 290 119 171
Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in (494)
Total 804 189 615
Male 405 103 302
Female 399 86 313
Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (496)
Total 541 260 281
Male 271 145 126
Female 270 115 155
White River First Nation (506)
Total 151 47 104
Male 69 23 46
Female 82 24 58
General List - Yukon Region (808)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Yukon Region - 8
Total 9,192 3,985 5,207
Male 4,566 2,132 2,434
Female 4,626 1,853 2,773

 

 

Northwest Territories

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Region 1 - Northwest Territories
Acho Dene Koe First Nation (758)
Total 675 536 139
Male 331 268 63
Female 344 268 76
Aklavik (755)
Total 427 260 167
Male 208 135 73
Female 219 125 94
Behdzi Ahda' First Nation (771)
Total 227 186 41
Male 111 88 23
Female 116 98 18
Dechi Laot'i First Nations (774)
Total 179 163 16
Male 84 * *
Female 95 * *
Deh Gáh Got'ie Dene First Nation (760)
Total 1,081 798 283
Male 530 402 128
Female 551 396 155
Deline First Nation (754)
Total 1,004 865 139
Male 495 436 59
Female 509 429 80
Deninu K'ue First Nation (762)
Total 900 467 433
Male 454 246 208
Female 446 221 225
Dog Rib Rae (765)
Total 3,042 2,378 664
Male 1,538 1,233 305
Female 1,504 1,145 359
Fort Good Hope (752)
Total 883 583 300
Male 441 303 138
Female 442 280 162
Gameti First Nation (773)
Total 353 339 14
Male 188 * *
Female 165 * *
Gwichya Gwich'in (753)
Total 465 240 225
Male 226 126 100
Female 239 114 125
Inuvik Native (780)
Total 587 199 388
Male 253 81 172
Female 334 118 216
Jean Marie River First Nation (770)
Total 141 109 32
Male 66 50 16
Female 75 59 16
Ka'a'gee Tu First Nation (768)
Total 71 51 20
Male 39 * *
Female 32 * *
K'atlodeeche First Nation (761)
Total 640 413 227
Male 313 197 116
Female 327 216 111
Liidlii Kue First Nation (757)
Total 1,293 768 525
Male 649 390 259
Female 644 378 266
Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation (764)
Total 765 515 250
Male 380 272 108
Female 385 243 142
Nahanni Butte (766)
Total 139 125 14
Male 66 * *
Female 73 * *
Pehdzeh Ki First Nation (756)
Total 350 270 80
Male 167 122 45
Female 183 148 35
Salt River First Nation #195 (759)
Total 960 285 675
Male 480 140 340
Female 480 145 335
Sambaa K'e (Trout Lake) Dene (767)
Total 118 104 14
Male 50 * *
Female 68 * *
Tetlit Gwich'in (751)
Total 1,423 954 469
Male 697 478 219
Female 726 476 250
Tulita Dene (750)
Total 682 391 291
Male 328 200 128
Female 354 191 163
West Point First Nation (772)
Total 72 37 35
Male 35 15 20
Female 37 22 15
Wha Ti First Nation (769)
Total 655 620 35
Male 338 323 15
Female 317 297 20
Yellowknives Dene First Nation (763)
Total 1,505 733 772
Male 709 370 339
Female 796 363 433
General List - Northwest Territories Region (809)
Total * * *
Male * * *
Female * * *
Northwest Territories Region - 1
Total 18,643 12,389 6,254
Male 9,180 6,263 2,917
Female 9,463 6,126 3,337

 

 

Canada/ All Regions

Total(a + b)On Reserve and On Crown Land (includes lands affiliated with First Nations operating under Self-Government Agreements)(a)Off Reserve(b)
Canada All Regions
Total 936,225 488,062 448,163
Male 460,582 247,814 212,768
Female 475,643 240,248 235,395

 

 

* Data Suppressed due to low counts