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  • peaksisland@rocketmail.com peaksisland Jan 1, 2013 9:27 AM Flag

    Yukon Territory

    The 2006 Canadian census examined Canadians' ethnicity and ancestry (beyond grandparents).

    Out of a Yukon population of 30,195, only 13,045 (43%) responded with a single answer, 57% of respondents selected multiple ethnicity making a 'simple' assessment of the ethnic portrait impossible.

    From the total answers (118,035) 13% are of 'aboriginal, North American Indian, or Métis origin.

    This percentage might be a little higher if the 'Canadian' origin includes both First Nations people and European descendents. The categories for other origins are confounding ('European' vs 'Western European' vs 'French' vs 'Scottish', etc.) and therefore a further breakdown is not realistic.

    According the Statistics Canada 2006 Community Profiles page, Yukoners of aboriginal identity population (including all persons with treaty status or band registry) represent 25% of the population.

    --- from Wikipedia

    PS - Whitehorse has a population of over 20,000 but virtually all the other towns in the Yukon Territory have populations under 1,000 residents.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • blkchopper@ymail.com blkchopper Feb 13, 2013 8:35 AM Flag

      The 2006 Canadian census examined Canadians' ethnicity and ancestry (beyond grandparents).

      Out of a Yukon population of 30,195, only 13,045 (43%) responded with a single answer, 57% of respondents selected multiple ethnicity making a 'simple' assessment of the ethnic portrait impossible.

      From the total answers (118,035) 13% are of 'aboriginal, North American Indian, or Métis origin.

      This percentage might be a little higher if the 'Canadian' origin includes both First Nations people and European descendents. The categories for other origins are confounding ('European' vs 'Western European' vs 'French' vs 'Scottish', etc.) and therefore a further breakdown is not realistic.

      According the Statistics Canada 2006 Community Profiles page, Yukoners of aboriginal identity population (including all persons with treaty status or band registry) represent 25% of the population.

      --- from Wikipedia

      PS - Whitehorse has a population of over 20,000 but virtually all the other towns in the Yukon Territory have populations under 1,000 residents.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • cooperrex@ymail.com cooperrex Jan 1, 2013 7:10 PM Flag

      How many securities regulators does the Yukon Territory employ?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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