Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Symbol of the Government of Canada
Official Name Xaxli'p
Number 592
Population in 2011 285 4,324,455
Population in 2006 240 4,074,385
2006 to 2011 pop change (%) 18.8 6.1

  2011 2006
  Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total All persons 285 140 145 240 130 110
Registered Indian 270 135 140 235 125 110
Not a registered Indian 10 10 10 10 0 0
Age characteristics            
Total All persons 285 140 145 240 130 110
Age 0-19 75 40 30 70 45 30
Age 20-64 190 90 100 160 80 75
Age 65 and over 25 10 10 10 0 10
Median Age 35.7 31.9 40.1 32.1 28.7 39.5

  Total Male Female
Total All persons 4,324,455 2,125,625 2,198,830
Registered Indian 121,225 59,715 61,510
Not a registered Indian 4,203,230 2,065,910 2,137,320
Age characteristics      
Total All persons 4,324,455 2,125,625 2,198,830
Age 0-19 950,760 492,670 458,095
Age 20-64 2,728,190 1,330,070 1,398,120
Age 65 and over 645,505 302,890 342,620
Median Age 41.6 40.7 42.3

*Disclaimer on Census/NHS material:

A major change in 2011 was the introduction of the voluntary National Household Survey (NHS) to replace the mandatory long form census questionnaire.

First Nations whose affiliated Indian reserves (or equivalent census subdivisions) opted not to participate in the Census/NHS have no data available, and First Nations whose affiliated communities totalled less than 40 individuals are suppressed by Statistics Canada. Furthermore, the affiliated census subdivisions may be subject to varying degrees of undercoverage measured by Data Quality indices. In 2006, information for individual communities with global non-response rates of 25% or higher were automatically suppressed by Statistics Canada. With the change in data collection methodology from a mandatory census to a voluntary survey, the threshold of global non-response (GNR) was lowered in 2011. A community with a GNR of 50% or higher is suppressed from Statistics Canada¿s 2011 standard products. It is important to note, however, that data for an entire First Nation may or may not be suppressed depending on the overall GNR rate.

Different thresholds are applied to income. At the individual level, all income data for First Nations whose affiliated communities totalled less than 250 persons are suppressed. At the household level, suppression was applied to First Nations whose affiliated communities totalled less than 250 individuals or 40 households.

The socio-economic indicators presented on this page are derived from special tabulations prepared for AANDC by Statistics Canada from the 2006 Census of Population and the 2011 NHS. All of the information provided here is believed to be accurate and valid in the context of Statistics Canada's mandate to collect and disseminate census information on all Canadians as specified in the Statistics Act. AANDC does not warrant these data or accept responsibility for any omissions or inaccuracies inadvertently contained in this presentation.

Procedures are applied to prevent the possibility of associating statistical data with any identifiable individual: the data are randomly rounded and they are suppressed for certain geographic areas. Random rounding is a method whereby all figures in a tabulation including totals are randomly rounded (either up or down) to a multiple of 5 and in some cases 10. This technique provides strong protection against direct residual or negative disclosure without adding significant error to the census data. Minor differences can be expected in corresponding totals and cell values among census tabulations. Small cell counts may suffer a significant distortion as a result of random rounding.

For further information about the limitations of census and NHS data, and in particular data collected by reserve, the user is directed to the following weblink: Statistics Canada.

For further information about the data posted here, please contact the Statistics and Measurement Directorate at 1-800-567-9604 or by e-mail at INSTAT@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca.