Aboriginal communities in Canada
"Aboriginal peoples" is a collective name the original individuals of North America and their particular descendants. The Canadian constitution acknowledges three groups of Aboriginal peoples: Indians (frequently known as very first Nations), Métis and Inuit. These are three distinct individuals with original histories, languages, cultural practices and spiritual thinking. A lot more than 1.4 million folks in Canada identify by themselves as an Aboriginal person, according to the 2011 National Household Survey.
Aboriginal communities are found in metropolitan, rural and remote places across Canada. They consist of:
- Inuit communities situated in Nunavut, NWT, Northern Quebec (Nunavik) plus Labrador
- Urban communities of Aboriginal people (including Métis, non-Status Indians, Inuit and very first Nation individuals) in cities or towns that aren't element of reserves or standard territories (for example, the native neighborhood in Winnipeg).