By way of comparison, Toronto had the largest Aboriginal population (26,575) of any city in Ontario, and Kenora had the largest concentration of Aboriginal people of any city in Ontario (16%). [...] In 2006, the median age3 of the Aboriginal population in Ottawa was 31.9 years, compared to 38.2 years for the non- Aboriginal population. [...] Nearly four in ten (38%) of the Inuit population were 14 years of age and under compared to 23% of the First Nations population and 18% of Métis. [...] Statistics Canada 2006 Aboriginal Population Profile for Ottawa One in four Aboriginal people in Ottawa living below the low-income cut-off Statistics Canada uses the concept of low-income cut-off (LICO)13 to indicate an income threshold below which a family will likely devote a larger share of its income on the necessities of food, shelter and clothing than the average family. [...] In Ottawa, in 2006, 45% of the Aboriginal population had lived at the same address five years ago, compared to 57% of the non-Aboriginal population.
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