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Aboriginal Profiles of British Columbia: 2001
 

Statistical Profiles by College Region
With Emphasis on Labour Market and Post-Secondary Education Issues

These profiles provide comparisons of the socio-economic conditions of the on-reserve and off-reserve Aboriginal populations as well as the non-Aboriginal population by College Region. These are based on data from the 2001 Census. To view a list of the topics covered, see: Summary tables by subject (in CSV format).

Click on the College Region on the map below to view a profile of that Region.

10. Northern Lights12. Northwest9. New Caledonia3. Cariboo5. Rockies14. Selkirk13. Okanagan11. North Island8. Malaspina26. Fraser Valleysee detail map

Southern Vancouver Island 15. Vancouver1. Camosun8. Malaspina2. Capilano4. Douglas6. Fraser Valley7. Kwantlen

Summary Tables by Subject

The following tables, in CSV format for importing into spreadsheet software, support the charted data which appear in the profiles. The tables present the variables for all College Regions.


Geography (Part 2)
Age Structure
Status & Language
Mobility
Education (part 1)
Education (Part 2)
At-School
School/Work
Labour Supply
Work Patterns
Occupations
Industry
Earnings
Earnings by Skill
Unemployment
Other Workforce Issue
Factors Influencing Well-Being

Sponsors

These profiles are produced by BC Stats with funding support from the British Columbia Ministries of Advanced Education, Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services, Health, and Human Resources, Statistics Canada, and BC Stats.
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