Nearly half (48%) of Aboriginal people in London were under the age of 25, compared to 32% of the non-Aboriginal population. [...] 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 age4 of the Aboriginal population in London was 26.6 years, compared to 38.6 years for the non-Aboriginal population. [...] One in eight (13%) Aboriginal people 35 years of age or older were attending school in 2006, compared to 6% of non-Aboriginal people in the same age group (see table 3 in the appendix). [...] Statistics Canada 2006 Aboriginal Population Profile for London One-third of Aboriginal people in London living below the low-income cut-off Statistics Canada uses the concept of low-income cut-off (LICO)12 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.
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