Posts Tagged "census"

Why did Stephen Harper choose to keep the jail term for not filling out the census?

  Contrary to their election promise in 2011, Stephen Harper’s…

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No compromise on the census

Update: June 25, 2015, very welcome support from The National…

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Still debating StatsCan in the House of Commons

In early February, the Conservative government voted down my private…

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Ending the long-form census makes it harder to plan how to reduce traffic jams

I recently reached out to the City Manager’s Office at…

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Census information is not available elsewhere for genealogists

As I work to mobilize support for Bill C-626, my…

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Eliminating the long-form census means local politicians know less about all the people they’re supposed to be working for

I recently reached out to the City Manager’s Office at…

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Guest Post: Why we need the long form census – a data librarian’s views

Vince Gray, who has been a data librarian at Western…

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Long-form census critical for planning emergency services and affordable housing needs

I recently reached out to the City Manager’s Office at…

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Long-form census allows planners to invest in services that best serve the community

I recently reached out to the City Manager’s Office at…

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Parkinson: How Canadian Census data improved my research of the early British and American Settlers of Rawdon Township, Lower Canada

As I work to mobilize support for Bill C-626, my…

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