Share of Canadian aboriginals with a regular doctor 2007-2014, by aboriginal identity

This statistic presents the percentage of aboriginals in Canada who had a regular medical doctor from 2007 to 2010 and 2011 to 2014, by aboriginal identity. It was found that in the period from 2011 to 2014, around 43.3 percent of the Inuit population had a regular doctor.

Percentage of aboriginals in Canada who had a regular medical doctor from 2007 to 2014, by aboriginal identity

2007 to 20102011 to 2014
Non-Aboriginal identity population85%85.1%
Inuit44.4%43.3%
Métis80.9%80.8%
First Nations*78.7%78.1%
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Source

Release date

December 2016

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2007 to 2014

Age group

12 years and older

Supplementary notes

* The terms "First Nations" and "North American Indian" can be interchanged. The term "First Nations" refers to the First Nations population living off reserve.


Respondents who reported that they have a regular medical doctor. In 2005 and 2003, the indicator in French only included "médecin de famille". Starting in 2007, this concept was widened to "médecin régulier", which includes "médecin de famille".

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