The unemployment rate for the Aboriginal core working age population (aged 25 to 54) in Toronto was higher than that of the non-Aboriginal population (8.0% compared to 5.4%). [...] Statistics Canada 5 2006 Aboriginal Population Profile for Toronto Introduction This report examines the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the Aboriginal population living in the census metropolitan area (CMA) of Toronto1. [...] The census metropolitan area of Toronto, with 26,575 Aboriginal people, had the largest Aboriginal population of any city in Ontario in 2006 – more than twice the Aboriginal population living in Ottawa (12,965), or in Thunder Bay (10,055), these being the Ontario cities with the next largest Aboriginal populations. [...] In 2006, the median age4 of the Aboriginal population in Toronto was 32.3 years, compared to 37.3 years for the non- Aboriginal population. [...] In Toronto, in 2006, about half (48%) of the Aboriginal population had lived at the same address five years ago, compared to 55% of the non-Aboriginal population.
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