6% of indigenous people are employed by the forest industry. Is this number satisfactory? Please explain.
- JuliusLv 41 month agoFavorite Answer
Per the 2016 census, Canada's population was 35,151,728, with and Aboriginal or Indigenous population of 1,673,785 people, or 4.7%. The forest industry is employing about the same percent of indigenous people as in the total population, which is a satisfactory representation for the total population. The question then becomes who is using the forests, or who owns the forests.