The Assembly of First Nations has challenged the latest Canadian census figures, saying they reach flawed and potentially damaging conclusions about how many native people live off reserves. It is calling for an independent review of how the 2006 census has been interpreted. Statistics Canada reported that 55 percent of native people live off reserves — a finding that is challenged by the AFN.
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