NJN Network: Scrapped mandatory census cuts even deeper for disability advocacy group – Disability advocacy groups have major challenge ahead following cuts to the census and StatsCan’s disability survey
The Hill Times: Census uproar impacts ‘broader narrative’ of PM’s relationship with public service. Some say the issue will remind voters of a string of incidents in which the government has interfered with the federal public service.
Cyberpresse: Quand Stephen Harper aimait le recensement
Hill Times: Shine a light census blow-back
Globe and Mail: Scrapped mandatory census cuts even deeper for disability advocacy group Disability advocacy groups have major challenge ahead following cuts to the census and StatsCan’s disability survey
Globe and Mail: Why the census matters just about everywhere
Globe and Mail: Flaherty defends Tory census plan Finance Minister says Canadians will fill in voluntary census for ‘the good of the country’
Yahoo News: Political firestorm rages over Canadian census
Worthwhile Canadian Initiative: Why a Mandatory Census is Necessary
Toronto Star: Why the long census matters
105 Creations: Why we need to keep the long-form Census.
Le Devoir: Recensement – Ottawa doit faire marche arrière
Seul le quart des Canadiens jugent que le gouvernement Harper doit maintenir sa décision de retirer le formulaire long obligatoire
Globe and Mail: Harper’s census push months in the making Scrapping the mandatory long form stems from libertarian convictions, insiders say
Right of Centre: My Census Email to Peter Braid (CPC – KW)
CBC: Clement to face MPs on census
Vancouver Sun: Six things you should know about the Tories’ census change
Macleans: What time do you leave for work? Ottawa’s never actually asked
Why the Census Matters UIA and Jewish Federation. This is a great summary of the Issues. I am not in favour of the make due approach that is discussed, however, the speaker does qualify the statement with the fact that analysis can be done but not longitudinally. Meaning the new baseline for social analysis in Canada would become 2011 – we start over at ground zero.
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