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Introduction Aboriginal women share many of the same challenges and concerns as other women in Canada. However, demographically, culturally and socioeconomically, Aboriginal women are also a unique population. There is also much diversity within the Aboriginal population. Within each of these groups are many distinct cultural groups.

This chapter will explore some of the unique characteristics of the Aboriginal female population, and examine how things have been changing over time. Start of the text box Aboriginal population definition There are various ways to define the Aboriginal population depending on the focus and the requirements of the data user.

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This article focuses on the Aboriginal identity population. The term 'First Nations' is used throughout the article to refer to people who identified as North American Indian and includes both Status and non-Status Indians. In this article, the Aboriginal female population is also referred to as 'Aboriginal women and girls'. End of gjrls text box A growing population Inthere wereAboriginal females sild Canada. Table 2 Aboriginal female population, by province or territory, Canada, The female Aboriginal population is growing much more rapidly than the rest of the female population in Canada.

As with the overall population, women make up the slight majority of Aboriginal people in Canada. This phenomenon is captured by the term 'ethnic mobility'. Powley, End of the text box Indian status The Indian Act defines an Indian as 'a person who, pursuant to this Act, is registered as an Indian or is entitled to be registered as an Indian.

Status Indians are entitled to certain rights and benefits under the law. Ina majority of those who identified as First Nations people were registered under the Indian Act. The remaining First Nations people who do not have Registered Indian status are often referred to as 'non-Status Indians'. Because Registered Indian status is a legal concept, the of Status Indians has been affected by changes to legislation girla history.

For example, ificant growth in the Status Indian population eild recent decades has been not only the result of factors such as longer life expectancy, high birth rates, and cansda enumeration, but also due to legislative changes to the Indian Act see text box: Bill C and Bill C Inthe Status Gigls population wasIt had increased toby and to girrls, in Inthe Status Indian population had reachedTable 3.

Decreases are expected to occur because of declining fertility and loss of registration entitlement among a growing of descendents of Status Indians. Start of the text box Bill C and Bill C-3 The Status Indian population has undergone dramatic increases in the past couple of decades. A ificant part of this growth can be attributed to legislative changes. In particular, the Indian Act was amended in through Bill C to redress certain provisions in the Indian Act that discriminated against women.

Prior to the amendments, Status Indian women who married un men lost their Registered Indian status. As well, these women could no longer pass Registered Indian status on to their children. The opposite was true for Status Indian men. Canads women who married Status Indian men were automatically conferred Indian status.

Others who had voluntarily or wold lost their Indian status through other provisions of the Indian Act could also gurls to have their status restored. By the end ofmore thanindividuals had been added to the Registered Indian population through these provisions. Both parents must have Registered Indian status to pass Indian status on to their children. An exception occurs when at least one parent has been registered under section 6 1 of the legislation.

In this case, if one parent is registered under 6 1 and the other parent is not registered, children remain eligible for registration under section 6 2. However, a parent registered under 6 2 cannot pass Registered Indian status to unless the other parent is also a Status Indian. Bill C provided that the children of women who had lost status through marriage to a non-Indian under the rules were re-instated under section 6 2.

In effect, the cut-off for passing on Indian status would come a generation earlier for grandchildren of Indian women who had out-married than the grandchildren of Indian men who had out-married. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada estimates that as a result of this legislation approximately 45, persons will become newly entitled to registration.

Aboriginal females make up much larger shares of the population living in the territories. Inthere were cabada, Aboriginal women and girls in Ontario. There is also considerable variation in the distribution of females in the different Aboriginal groups across the country. Living in census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations In Canada's census metropolitan areas CMAsthe largest concentrations of Aboriginal females were found in Winnipeg, Saskatoon and, Regina.

Winnipeg had the largest of Aboriginal women and girls.

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Inthere were almost 36, Aboriginal females living in Winnipeg, while there were 27, Aboriginal females living on Edmonton, grils, in Vancouver, and approximately 14, each in Toronto and Calgary Chart 1. Chart 1 Aboriginal population in selected census metropolitan areas, Canada, In each of the census metropolitan areas CMAs listed in chart 1, a slight majority of Aboriginal residents were female.

It was also the case that among non-Aboriginal residents of these CMA s, females were in the majority.

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As of a percentage of total female population, Aboriginal women and girls often make up a larger proportion d the female populations in CAs as compared to CMAs. The CMA with the largest female Inuit population was Ottawa—Gatineau, with a population of women and girls, while Yellowknife and Whitehorse were the CAs with the largest Inuit population and women and girls, respectively.

For example, Inuit women formed 0. Living on reserve Generally acnada, only Status Indians are eligible to reside on reserve.

Inuit Nunangat is comprised of four regions created through the ing of land claims agreements and from west to east includes the Inuvialuit region in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Nunavik north of the 55th parallel in Quebec and Nunatsiavut in northern Labrador Table 6. The region with the largest Inuit female population was the territory of Nunavut, home to 12, Inuit females Table 6. A relatively young population The Aboriginal population is much younger than the non-Aboriginal population.

Inthe median age of Aboriginal females was The median age is the point where exactly one-half of the population is older, and the other half is younger. Of virls three Aboriginal groups, Inuit are the youngest. The median age of Inuit women and girls was For more information, see the text box entitled 'Aboriginal girls and ccanada. Senior Aboriginal women The Aboriginal population continues to be a relatively young population, compared to the non-Aboriginal population.

As with the non-Aboriginal population, wuld for the majority of Aboriginal seniors.

Life expectancy While life expectancy has been improving, a gap between the life expectancy of Aboriginal women and non-Aboriginal women persists. Inthe estimated life expectancy at birth for Aboriginal females was Inuit women had a shorter life expectancy of In all three Aboriginal groups, though, women had longer life expectancies than men.

InAboriginal females had a life expectancy at birth of It concluded that this gap has widened in recent decades. Inlife expectancy for women in Inuit-inhabited areas did not increase Aboriginal women and their families A large proportion of Aboriginal women in Canada live with either their immediate or extended family. Table 7 Family status of women aged 15 and over, by Aboriginal identity, Canada, Among Aboriginal women, Inuit are the most likely to live with family members.

Aboriginal women dild less likely than non-Aboriginal women to be legally gonw. Common-law status refers to persons who girlls together as a couple but who are not legally married to each other. Married and common-law couples include those girl the opposite sex or of the same sex. Relatively few Aboriginal women were living alone.

Lone parents Aboriginal women were more likely to be lone parents than non-Aboriginal women. Lone-parent families headed by Aboriginal women tend to be larger than those headed by their non-Aboriginal counterparts. Fertility rates Fertility rates remain higher for Aboriginal women compared to non-Aboriginal women. In the to period, the fertility rate of Aboriginal women was 2.

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A recent study has found that the fertility rate of Status Indian teenagers aged 15 to 19, from tois six times higher than gjrls of other Canadian teens. Compared to non-Aboriginal children, higher percentages of these young Aboriginal children are growing up in large families. End of the canafa box Crowded housing Household crowding has been linked to a of health and social issues, including increased rates of respiratory infections, mental health problems and family violence.

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Not counted as rooms are bathrooms, halls, vestibules and rooms used solely for business purposes. Table 8 Proportion of Inuit females living in crowded dwellings and in homes requiring major repairs, by Inuit region, Canada, While sufficient housing is important in every part of Canada, research indicates that Inuit, in particular, face a of housing challenges. Overall, the proportion of First Nations females living in crowded conditions declined approximately 5 percentage points since In crowded dwellings, the median household size was six.

Aboriginal languages English or French is the mother tongue—the language first learned at home in childhood and still understood—for the majority of Aboriginal females. There were ificant differences in the percentages of those with an Aboriginal mother tongue when looking at specific groups.

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grils The proportion of Aboriginal women and girls who are able to speak an Aboriginal language is somewhat larger than the share whose mother tongue is an Aboriginal language. This indicates that some Aboriginal women and girls may be learning Aboriginal languages as a second language. This trend is also evident in each of the Aboriginal groups.

Findings from the Aboriginal Peoples Survey indicated that Aboriginal languages are important to Aboriginal women.

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Older women more likely to speak an Aboriginal language Older women were more likely than their younger counterparts to be able to speak an Aboriginal language. Chart 5 Aboriginal women and girls by knowledge of Aboriginal language, by group and age, Canada, Higher proportions speak Aboriginal languages on reserve and in the North There are also differences in the ability to speak an Aboriginal language depending on where women live.

Factors in Aboriginal language retention A recent study of young First Nations children living off reserve those under 6 years old revealed that the strongest predictor that will be able to speak an Aboriginal language is daily exposure to Aboriginal languages at home, holding all other characteristics constant. This research finding was consistent with work, which found that the decline in Aboriginal mother tongue transmission from parents to children is informed first and foremost by home use.

Using a cohort analysis of census data, the study showed that 'the most pronounced decline in home use of Aboriginal languages occurred among female youth from the ages of 20 to 24 in to ages 35 to 39 in Paid work Aboriginal women are generally less likely than their non-Aboriginal counterparts to be part of the paid work force. According to the Census,

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