Carrot River (Red Earth) First Nations
                           Selected Data from the 2006 Census

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                      Labor Force Activity for on Reserve Band Members
                         15+ in % Compared...
Cumberland House Cree Nation Selected
                                2006 Census Data
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     Labor Force Activity for Band Members 15+ Residing on the Reserve
   From the 2006 Census in % with Comparis...
James Smith First Nation Selected
                                 Data from the 2006 Census

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             Labor Force Activity for Reserve Residents 15+ From the
       2006 Census in Percentages with Compa...
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                           KINISTIN FIRST NATION
                     SELECTED DATA FROM THE 2006 CENUS

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                    Labor Force Activity for on Reserve Band Members
                  15+ in Percent with Compar...
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                     Muskoday First Nation Selected 2006 Census Data

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                       Labor Force Activity of Adults 15+ Census
                      In Percent Compared to al...
Shoal Lake Cree Nation Selected 2006 Census Data

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             Labor Force Activity for Adults 15+ Compared to all Sask.
                    Aboriginal from 2006 C...
YELLOW QUILL FIRST NATION
                          SELECTED DATA FROM THE 2006 CENSUS

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                  Labor Force Activity for On Reserve Band Members 15+
                       In Percent Compared...
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                        SELECTED SASKATCHEWAN MÉTIS
                        DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 2006 CENSUS

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                               Income for Sask. Métis 15+ From the 2006
                               Census in %...
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  1. 1. Carrot River (Red Earth) First Nations Selected Data from the 2006 Census TABLE 1 Age Distribution for on Reserve Band Members in % Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal 0 -4 18.5% 19% 19.5% 12% 5 - 14 24% 33% 29% 24% 15 – 19 13% 11% 11% 11% 20 – 24 9% 8% 8.5% 8% 25 – 44 18.5% 20% 22% 26% 45 – 64 15% 7% 8% 15% 65+ 2% 2%` 4% TOTAL 100% 98% 100% 100% General Note: Data in several categories was incomplete; therefore, not all percentages are completely accurate as some of the data is missing. The under 15 age group in this reserve accounts for almost 50% of the reserve population. TABLE 2 Education Attainment of on Reserve Band Members 15+ in % with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# ./0# .10# .20# 340# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# =>0# 2/0# 210# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# #=10# 10# >0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# =10# >0# 40# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 10# 10# 10# /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# 10# 10# 10# .0# -9-1'! :;;<! =:>!?;<! ?@<! :;;<! (1) Female data is incomplete. The schooling attainment for this reserve is low compared to all Sask. Aboriginals.
  2. 2. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for on Reserve Band Members 15+ in % Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! I<#J;K"&#L"&B%# 3/0# 22-M0# /30# .10# 7N+,"G%@# .=-M0# >=0# .>0# 420# F<%N+,"G%@# /4-M0# 2O0# //0# =40# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# 3/0# 2/0# /30# M.0# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'%# 2>0# =.0# 2/0# 3.0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'%# =/0# 430# >>0# M30# General Note: Participation rate in the workforce for both males and females is very low. This is reflected in average earning and personal income. TABLE 4 Income of Reserve Residents 15+ Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! D8A.,&!C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! R"&S%@#T9,,'*N%# /40# 330# /.0# 3M0# U=V#W:%&-#L9,,'*N%# # # # # %;&<*<HA# X2>Y=.O-11# X/1Y>M>-11# X24Y>33-11# X/MY>14-11# U2V#W:%&;H%# # # # # 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%# X=4Y.=1-11# X=>Y>M/-11# X=4Y2M1-11# X2/Y=4>-11# U/V#Z%@*9N# # # # # P%&A"<;,#I<B"N%# X/Y244-11# X4Y.M.-11# X.Y=M1-11# X=3Y1O3-11# 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%#0# 4=0# 330# ./0# >/0# #I<B"N%#T&"N# # # # # [":'-#?&;<AT%&A# =M-M0# M30# />0# 2/0# # # # # # D'C%&##I<B"N%# /-M0# 20# 10# 30# #
  3. 3. Cumberland House Cree Nation Selected 2006 Census Data -1E'F!:! Age Distribution of Residents of Cumberland House Band From 2006 Census Data with Comparison to all Sask. Aboriginals All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal (1) 0 - 4 13% 15.5% 14% 12% (1) 5 - 14 21% 22% 21% 24% (2) 15 – 19 11% 12% 11% 11% (2) 20 – 24 10% 9% 8% 8% (3) 25 – 44 26% 29% 29% 26% (3) 45 – 64 16% 9.5% 14% 15% 65+ 3% 3% 3% 4% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% (1) 35% of the population is under age 15 and 46% under age 20. (2) The youth population 15 – 24 make up 19% of the population or 1 in 5 band members. (3) The 25 – 64 age group make up 43% of the population. This age group accounts for over 70% of the potential workforce. General Note: The demographic makeup of Cumberland House reserve is similar to that of all provincial Aboriginal persons. TABLE 2 Education Attainment of Band Members 15+ Living on the Reserve from the 2006 Census in % with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# .>0# M40# .=0# 3O0# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# =/0# =O0# =M0# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# #=/0# ==0# =/0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# =10# 40# 40# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# M0# U=V## U2V## /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# 10# M-M0# /0# .0# -9-1'! ! =G>!:;:4H<! :;;<! :;;<! (1) & (2) Data incomplete. (3) Some data entered in more than one grade level. General Note: Except for the certified trades, the educational attainment of Band residents on the reserve is significantly below that of all provincial Aboriginal persons.
  4. 4. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for Band Members 15+ Residing on the Reserve From the 2006 Census in % with Comparisons for All Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! J;K"&#L"&B%# M2-M0# //0# 3/0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@# >=0# >M0# >20# 3.0# F<%N+,"G%@# //0# 2M0# 240# =10# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# M2-M0# //0# 3/0# M.0# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'%# />-M0# 2M0# /=0# 3.0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'%# //0# 2M0# .O0# M30# General Note: Workforce participation rates and employment rates are significantly below those of all Sask. Aboriginals and the unemployment rates are significantly higher, 3 times the rate for all Aboriginals. Labor force activity reflects the isolation of the community and the lack of a community economic base. TABLE 4 Income of Residents 15+ Based on the 2006 Census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eneral Notes: Incomes of Cumberland band members is significantly below those provincial Aboriginals. More on reserve residents who work have fulltime employment than all provincial Aboriginals. Income from government transfers is significantly higher for reserve residents than all provincial Aboriginals.
  5. 5. James Smith First Nation Selected Data from the 2006 Census TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Band Members Living on Reserve In Percentage Compared to All Sask. Aboriginal Persons All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal 0 -4 13.5% 13% 13% 12% 15 - 14 22% 28.5% 26% 24% 15 – 19 9.5% 13% 9.5% 11% 20 – 24 9.5% 7% 8.5% 8% 25 – 44 26% 26% 26% 26% 45 – 64 14% 6.5% 11.5% 15% 65+ 5.5% 6% 5.5% 4% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% NOTE: The age distribution profile is higher than that of all Aboriginal persons in Sask. 29% compared to 26%. There are several unusual anomalies between band male and female. For example: female births in the 5 – 14 age groups exceed the male births by almost 30%. Another example occurs in the 45 – 64 age groups where men outnumber women by 11.5%. TABLE 2 Education Attainment of On Reserve Residents 15+ from the 2006 Census in Percentages with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# MO0# M10# M3-M0# 340# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# ==0# 22-M0# =>-M0# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# =O-M0# =2-M0# =>-M0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 3M0# >-M0# >0# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# =O0# 20# =0# /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# M0# -M0# 2-M0# .0# NOTE: The education attainment for this reserve is low compared to all Sask. Aboriginals. 1 in 5 males hold a trade’s certificate or diplomas which are double that for all Sask. Aboriginal of 1 in 10. At the post-secondary level few females get access to training.
  6. 6. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for Reserve Residents 15+ From the 2006 Census in Percentages with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! U=V#J;K"&#L"&B%# MO0# M=0# MM0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@# ./0# .10# .20# 3.0# F<%N+,"G%@# />0# 310# //0# =10# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# MO0# M=0# MM0# M.0# U2V#7N+,"GN%<'# # # # 3.0# Q;'%# />0# /=0# /30# U/V#F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'%# M/0# .O0# ..0# M30# NOTES: (1) 50% of females and 60% of males 15+ identified themselves as in the labor force this compared to 70% for non-Aboriginals. (2) Approximately 4 of 10 males and 3 in 10 females 15+ worked in 2005. (3) Approximately 6 in 10 males and 7 in 10 females did not work in 2005. TABLE 4 Income of Reserve Residents 15+ from 2006 Census with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals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ull time earnings were significantly below the earnings of all Aboriginals. (2) 1/3 of all income was from welfare and other government payments such as OAS and CPP. (3) 76% of males and 47% of females reported some employment income in 2005.
  7. 7. # KINISTIN FIRST NATION SELECTED DATA FROM THE 2006 CENUS TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Band Members Living on Reserve in Percent Compared to all Sask. Aboriginal Peoples All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal (1) 0 - 4 7.5% 7.5% 9% 12% 5 - 14 18.5% 15% 26% 24% 15 – 19 11% 11% 11% 11% 20 – 24 11% 7% 9% 8% 25 – 44 33% 26% 26% 26% (2) 45 – 64 10% 12% 12% 15% 65+ 7% 7% 7%` 4% TOTAL 98% (3) 83% 100% 100% NOTE: Age distribution for this reserve is similar to that for all Sask. Aboriginals. (1) Data for male and female incomplete should be 9%. (2) Data incomplete. (3) Data incomplete. TABLE 2 Schooling Attainment of on Reserve Residents 15+ In Percent Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# ./0# 3>0# M30# 340# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# =.0# 2/-M0# 2/0# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# #=1-M0# M0# 4-M0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# =1-M0# =20# ==-M0# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 10# 10# 10# /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# 10# =20# .0# .0# -9-1'! :;;<! ??4H<! :;G<! :;;<! General Note: There are several categories for which there are data errors. The errors are the result of incomplete information provided by persons completing the census forms. More than 50% of the 15+ population have not completed high school.
  8. 8. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for on Reserve Band Members 15+ in Percent with Comparisons to all Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! J;K"&#L"&B%# M/0# 3>0# M=0# .10# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# M/0# 3>0# M=0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@#Q;'%#U=V# M10# >M0# M=0# 420# F<%N+,"G%@#Q;'%# # # # # U2V# M10# 2.M0# /O0# =40# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'*"# # # # # U/V# 2.0# /M0# /=0# 3=0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'*"##U3V# >30# .M0# .O0# MO0# NOTE: one half of the 15+ adults considered themselves to be in the labour force. Only 1 out of 3 adults worked in 2005. (1) Percent employed who said they were in the labor force. (2) Percent unemployed who said they were in the labor force. (3) Percent employed of the total potential work force all persons 15+. (4) Percent of persons 15+ who were unemployed in previous year. TABLE 4 Income of Reserve Residents 15+ Compared To all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! D8A.,&!C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! U=V#R"&S%@# # # # # T9,,'*N%# />-M0# 32-40# //0# 3M0# W:%&-#L9,,'*N%# # # # # %;&<*<HA# X2/Y/>1-11# X2>Y342-11# X2MYM1M-11# X/MY>14-11# W:%&;H%# # # # # 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%# X=2Y1O3-11# X=.Y//2-11# X=3Y=M.-11# X2/Y=4>-11# Z%@*;<#P%&A"<;,# # # # # I<B"N%# X3Y>43-11# X4Y411-11# X.YMO2-11# X=/Y>14-11# 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%#0# MO0# MM0# .1-M0# >/0# ?&;<AT%&#I<B"N%# # # # # />0# 3M0# /4-M0# 2/0# # # # # # D'C%&##I<B"N%# 30# 20# =-M0# 30# (1) Data incomplete.
  9. 9. # Muskoday First Nation Selected 2006 Census Data TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Band Members Living on the Reserve In Percent with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginal Peoples All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal 0 -4 9% 7.5% 9% 12% 5 - 14 18.5% 15% 16% 24% 15 – 19 20% 26.5% 14% 11% 20 – 24 7.5% 7.5% 7% 8% 25 – 44 28% 24.5% 23% 26% 45 – 64 10% 11.5% 22% 15% 65+ 7% 7.5% 9%` 4% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% General Note: The age distribution for Muskoday reserve is less like that of other reserves and of all Sask. Aboriginals and closer to that of all of the Prince Albert population which is close by. For example, the under 15 age group is 27.5% of the band population compared to 42% for Fishing Lake and 36% for all Sask. Aboriginals. TABLE 2 Schooling Attainment of Reserve Residents 15+ in Percent Census with Comparison for all Sask. Aboriginal Peoples ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# 310# M=0# 3.0# 3O0# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# 210# 220# 210# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# =M0# M0# =2-M0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# =M0# =M0# =M0# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# M0# !(W# 30# /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# M0# !(W# 2-M# .0# -9-1'! :;;<! =:>!?G<! :;;<! :;;<! # # # # # (1) Data for Females Incomplete. General Note: In regard to education attainment, band members are higher than other bands and similar to the education attainment for all Sask. Aboriginals.
  10. 10. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity of Adults 15+ Census In Percent Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! J;K"&#L"&B%# =110# =110# =110# =110# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# .M0# 3O0# M>-M0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@#Q;'%# 42-M0# 4M0# 42-M0# >/0# F<%N+,"G%@#Q;'%# =>-M0# =M0# =>-M0# 2>0# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'*"# M2-M0# 3=-M0# 3>-M0# 3.0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'*"# =>-M0# 210# =>0# M30# TABLE 4 Income of 15+ Reserve Residents from Census in Percentages Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! D8A.,&!C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! R"&S%@#T9,,'*N%# /4-M0# /M0# />-M0# 3M0# W:%&-#L9,,'*N%# # # # # %;&<*<HA# X/2Y12.-11# X2OY22M-11# X/1Y>4=-11# X/MY>14-11# W:%&;H%# # # # # 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%# X2=Y3>>-11# X=.Y13=-11# X=4Y4O3-11# X2/Y=4>-11# Z%@*;<#P%&A"<;,# # # # # I<B"N%# X=3Y441-11# X==Y3M.-11# X=/Y.14-11# X=/Y43/-11# 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%#0# .>0# M.0# .10# >/0# I<B"N%#T&"N#[":'-# # # # # ?&;<AT%&A# =M0# 240# 21-M0# 2/0# # # # # # D'C%&#I<B"N%# .0# 20# 30# 30#
  11. 11. Shoal Lake Cree Nation Selected 2006 Census Data TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Band Residents on Reserve In % with Comparisons with all Sask. Aboriginals All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal 0 -4 19% 13% 16% 12% 5 - 14 (1) 24% 30% 28% 24% 15 – 19 19% (2) 13% 15% 11% 20 – 24 7% 8% 8% 8% 25 – 44 (3) 24% 31% 24% 26% 45 – 64 (4) 4% 1% 5% 15% 65+ (5) 4% 4%` 4% TOTAL 96% 100% 100% 100% NOTE: The under 15 age group for Shoal Lake is 44% compared to 36% for all Aboriginals, a difference of 8 percentage points or 22%. (1) Data incomplete for males. (2) Data incomplete for females. (3) Data incomplete for males. (4) Data incomplete for both male and female. (5) No data for 65+ males. TABLE 2 Education Attainment of Persons 15+ with Comparisons for all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! !"#$%&'()*+,-# U=V#>30# MM0# .M0# 3O0# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# U=V#=.0# 2.0# 2=0# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# #M0# .0# M-M0# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# M0# .-M0# M-M0# =10# F<*:%&A*'G# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 10# 10# 10# /0# F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%# 10# .0# /0# .0# -9-1'! :;;<! :;;<! :;;<! :;;<! (1) Female schooling attainment is significantly better than that of males but less than 4 out of 10 persons had a complete high school. General Note: The isolated location of the band provides few employment opportunities and limited incentives to do post-secondary training. The females with a university degree will be teachers and registered nurses which are not seen as professions for males in this community. 90% of males and 81% females have no post-secondary training.
  12. 12. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for Adults 15+ Compared to all Sask. Aboriginal from 2006 Census in Percentages '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! J;K"&#L"&B%# U=V#/M0# /20# /M0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@# U2V#.30# >10# .40# 3.0# F<%N+,"G%@# U/V#/.0# /10# /20# =10# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# /.0# /20# /M-M0# M.0# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'%# U3V#2/0# 2/0# 2/0# 3.0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'%# UMV#>>0# >>0# /20# M30# NOTE: Approximately 1 of 5 adults 15+ worked in 2005. (1) Persons reporting that they were in the labor force. (2) Percentage of those in labor force who worked in previous year. (3) Percentage of those in labor force who did not work in previous year. (4) Percentage of total 15+ populations who worked. (5) Percentage of total population who did not work. TABLE 4 Income of 15+ Adults in % Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals from the 2006 Census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ersonal income for males is very low and 1/5 of the personal income of females. This will reflect the fact that social assistance is generally paid to females. (1) Average income is total income from all sources divided by the number of persons reported income. (2) Average employment earnings only. (3) Medium income is the most frequently reported income. (4) Almost one half of population received welfare or other government payments.
  13. 13. YELLOW QUILL FIRST NATION SELECTED DATA FROM THE 2006 CENSUS TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Band Members Living on Reserve In Percentages with Comparisons to all Sask. Aboriginal Peoples All Sask. Age Category Male Female Totals Aboriginal (1) 0 - 4 13% 13.5% 13% 12% 5 - 14 30% 30% 28.5% 24% (3) 15 – 19 9% 13.5% 11% 11% (3) 20 – 24 9% 13.5% 9.5% 8% 25 – 44 19.5% 24% 21% 26% (2) 45 – 64 14.5% 5.5% 12% 15% 65+ 5% 4% 5% 4% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100% (1) The 0 – 14 age groups for this reserve is 7.5 percentage points higher or 21% higher than for all Aboriginal persons in Sask. (2) For the total population, females make up 44% and males 56% of the population. The major difference is in the 45 – 64 age groups where there are almost 3 times as many males as females. This indicates that a large portion of females in this age group have moved off the reserve. (3) In the 15 – 24 age groups, females out number males by 9 percentage points or 50%. TABLE 2 Schooling Attainment of On Reserve Band Members 15+ in Percent Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! "#$%&!'&(&)! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! #U=V#!"#$%&'()*+,-# .O0# .O-M0# .>0# 3O0# 5-6-#$%&'#"&# # # # # 789*:;,%<'# ==-M0# =>0# =.0# 220# ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,-# #==0# O0# =10# =10# ?%BC-#D&#E"B-# # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 40# 10# 30# =10# #U2V#F<*:%&A*'G######## # # # # $%&'()*+,-# 10# 10## 10## /0# U2V#F<*:%&A*'G# 10# 10# 30# .0# )%H&%%# -9-1'! ??<! ?H4H<! :;:<! :;;<! (1) 9 of every 10 band members have not completed high school compared to approximately 5 of 10 for all Sask. Aboriginal persons. (2) Data incomplete, however 99% of males and 95% of females have very limited post-secondary schooling.
  14. 14. TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for On Reserve Band Members 15+ In Percent Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals '$5.#!1A/6(6/B! # ! ! 1))!2$034! C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)! 15.#6768$)! J;K"&#L"&B%##U=V# /40# /M0# />0# .10# P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%# /40# /M0# />0# M.0# 7N+,"G%@#Q;'%# 410# 4>-M0# 4/0# 420# F<%N+,"G%@#Q;'%# # # # # U2V# 210# =2-M0# =>0# =40# 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'*"# # # # 3.0# U/V# /=0# /10# /=0# F<%N+,"GN%<'# # # # # Q;'*"####U3V# .O0# >10# .O0# M30# (1) Less than 4 of every 10 adults living on the reserve are in the labour force. (2) Of those in the labor force, the unemployment rate is almost 1 in 5 persons or 20%. (3) Only 1 of every 3 adult band members was employed in 2005. (4) 7 of every 10 adult band members living on reserve were unemployed. TABLE 4 Income of Reserve Residents 15+ Compared to All Sask. Aboriginals ! ! ! ! 1))!2$034! D8A.,&!C$/&7.#B! *$)&! +&,$)&! -./$)0! 15.#6768$)! R"&S%@#T9,,'*N%# ==-M0# =>0# =20# /30# W:%&-#L9,,'*N%# # # # # %;&<*<HA# X21Y22=-11# X2=Y131-11# X21Y.M4-11# X/MY>14-11# W:%&;H%# # # # # 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%# X=/Y3M3-11# X=.YOMO-11# X=3YO>=-11# X2/Y=4>-11# Z%@*;<## # # # # I<B"N%# X2Y4.1-11# X4Y4/2-11# XMY.41-11# X=/Y>14-11# 7N+,"GN%<'# # # # # I<B"N%#0# 3.0# .10# 3=0# >/0# I<B"N%#T&"N#[":'-# # # # # ?&;<AT%&A# 320# M30# M20# 2/0# # # # # # D'C%&#I<B"N%# 20# 20# 20# 30# # #
  15. 15. # SELECTED SASKATCHEWAN MÉTIS DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 2006 CENSUS TABLE 1 Age Distribution of Saskatchewan Métis from 2006 Census In % with Numbers in Brackets Compared to all Sask. Aboriginals WH%#$;'%H"&G# 6;AS-#Z'*A# W,,#6;AS-#WK"&*H*<;,A# 1#]#3! =1-M0###############U==MV! =20################U=.YM4MV! M#]#=3! 2=-M0################U2/MV! 230################U/3Y11MV! =M#]#=O! =10###################U==1V! ==0################U=.Y==1V! 21#]#23! ##40###################U#4MV####! ##40################U==YO>MV! 2M#]#33! /20###################U//MV! 2.0################U/>Y=41V! 3M#]#.3! =3-M0################U=.1V! =>0################U2/YM41V! .M^! ###30###################U#M1V! ##20################U##2Y3MMV! ?D?WJ6# =110###################U=Y1O1V#! =110###############U=3=Y4O1V! TABLE 2 Schooling Attainment of Sask. Métis 15+ from 2006 Census in % With Comparison for all Sask. Aboriginals [&;@%#J%:%,# 6;AS-#Z'*A# W,,#6;AS-#WK"&*H*<;,A# !"-#$%&'-#D&#)*+,"N;! 310! 3O0! 56#$%&'(789*:;,%<'! 2>0! 220! ?&;@%A#$%&'()*+,"N;! =20! =10! ?%BC(E"B#$%&'-#D&#)*+,"N;! =30! =10! F<*:%&A*'G#$%&'()*+,"N;! 20! /0! F<*:%&A*'G#)%H&%%! M0! .0! ! =110! =110! TABLE 3 Labor Force Activity for Sask. Métis 15+ From The 2006 Census in % Compared to All Sask. Aboriginals J;K"&#L"&B%#WB'*:*'G# 6;AS-#Z'*A# W,,#6;AS-#WK"&*H*<;,A# P"'%<'*;,#J;K"&#L"&B%! .40! M.0! 7N+,"G%@! 4O0! 420! F<%N+,"G%@! ==0! =40! P;&'*B*+;'*"<#Q;'%! .40! M.0! 7N+,"GN%<'#Q;'%##########U=V! .=0! 3.0! F<%N+,"GN%<'#Q;'%######U2V! /O0! M30! ?"';,#"T#U=V#;<@#U2V# =110! =110!
  16. 16. TABLE 4 Income for Sask. Métis 15+ From the 2006 Census in % Compared with All Aboriginals I<B"N%#$;'%H"&G# 6;AS-#Z%'*A# W,,#6;AS-#WK"&*H*<;,A# W:%&-#L9,,'*N%#7;&<*<HA! X/>Y.41-11! X/MY>14-11! W:%&-#7N+,"GN%<'#I<B"N%! X23Y/O2-11! X2/Y=4>-11! Z%@*9N#I<B"N%! X=MY122-11! X=/Y43/-11! 7N+,"GN%<'#*<B"N%#0####U=V! ##########################>=0! ##############################>/0! ?&;<AT%&#P;GN%<'A#0#######U2V! ##########################2M0! ##############################2/0! D'C%&#I<B"N%#0###############U/V! ############################30! ################################30! ?"';,A#U=V#U2V#;<@#U/V# ##########################=110! ###############################=110!
  17. 17. # Z'*A#"T#'C%#!*+;_*<#W&%;# 1. It is not possible to get statistics for the Métis just for the Nipawin area. In the 2006, the numbers of Métis are only shown for Cumberland Village (575), Nipawin (150) and Melfort (55). The Métis statistics are not broken down by any of the census demographics, meaning we cannot obtain statistics for age distribution, schooling attainment, labour force activities or earnings and income for any Métis in the project area. 2. For the three communities listed, the total number of Métis is 780. We are estimating another 310 Métis scattered over the area for a total Métis population for 1,090. 3. There is no data available to suggest that the demographics of Métis in the Nipawin Region vary significantly from demographic data for all Sask. Métis. Therefore, the provincial Métis demographics are used in the Tables which follow. 4. The age distribution for Métis indicates the following: the under 15 age group makes up 32% of the Métis population. The under 25 age group accounts for 47% of all Métis. 5. The fertility rate is high but 4 percentage points or 12% lower than for all provincial Aboriginals. 6. The 25 to 64 age groups account for 51% of the Métis population, compared to 43% for all Sask. Aboriginals, a difference of 9 percentage points or 21%. 7. 40% of Métis have not completed high school compared to 49% for all Aboriginals, a difference of 9 percentage points or 22.5%. There is no significant difference on other schooling categories. 8. 68% of Métis 15+ count themselves as in the labour force compared to 56% for all Sask. Aboriginals, a difference of 12 percentage points or 21%. 9. Unemployment of these in the labour force is 11% compared to all Sask. Aboriginals of 18% or 7 percentage points or 40% lower. 10. 6 of every 10 Métis adults 15+ worked during 2005 compared to 5 of 10 for all Aboriginals. 11. Fulltime employment earnings for Métis were $37,680.00 compared to $35,708.00 for all Aboriginals. 12. Personal income was $15,072.00 for Métis and $13,843.00 for all Aboriginals in Sask. 13. 25% of Métis compared to 49% of all Sask. Aboriginal depended on social assistance for part of their income in 2005.

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