Many of statistical publications are online and many are also housed in the Koerner Library - Humanities and Social Sciences, Government Publications Division. Here you can find the government publications librarians, who provide reference assistance and help you access the Library’s large collection of government materials.
The following examples demonstrate subject headings patterns in the UBC Catalogue.
Information on how BC Statistics defines "Aboriginal" for statistical purposes can be found here.
Information on how Statistics Canada categorizes and defines "Aboriginal" for statistical purposes can be found here.
"The purpose of the APS is to provide data on the social and economic conditions of Aboriginal people in Canada. More specifically, its purpose is to identify the needs of Aboriginal people and focus on issues such as education, employment, health, language, income, housing and mobility"
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Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
AANDC defines "Aboriginal peoples" as:
The descendants of the original inhabitants of North America. The Canadian Constitution recognizes three groups of Aboriginal people — Indians, Métis and Inuit. These are three separate peoples with unique heritages, languages, cultural practices and spiritual beliefs.
By clicking on the link to the interactive map you can see a map that gives information about many first nations groups in Canada.
Government of Canada Publications
Search the full online catalogue of Government of Canada publications for specific statistical information.