- EKOS Politics: RACE DEADLOCKED AS CONSERVATIVES FALTER ON CENSUS DECISION
- Momentum Magazine: Census Counts Bicycles Too
- The Hill Times: How justified are privacy, coercion concerns related to long-form census? Since both the penalties and the content of the questionnaires are the government’s prerogative, why did they not simply address both issues within the context of its review of the census?
- Montreal Gazette: The challenge: Getting Canadians to fill out the voluntary census
- Globe and Mail: Canadian rock star Hawksley Workman on the census controversy
- Winnipeg Free: Press Brouhaha over census farcical
- CPAC sessions on Aug. 27
- The Cranbrook Townsman: The new voluntary census
- Globe and Mail: Census ‘raspberries’ put Tories on par with Liberals
- Calgary Herald: End of mandatory census ‘mindless,’ government warned
- Times&transcript: Taking care of the care givers in New Brunswick
- The Vancouver Sun: Canadians offering donations to Francophone group’s census battle
- Global National: Census changes impact statistical integrity, hearing told
- National Post: Scrap the long form
- Rebuttal to the above: Something more effective
- Post Media News: Long-form census ‘a public good,’ committee hears
- Caledon Enterprise: In response to Mr. Paul Smith and your queries on the census
- Canadian Press: Tories promote ignorance, say Liberals
- Fogarty Law Firm: Canada’s proposed 2011 Census reform: Are concerns of opposition parties and the media legitimate?
So what will happen to all the downstream products fed by the Long form Census? E-STAT, Topic Based Tabulations, Cumulative Profiles, Community Profiles, thematic maps, SimplyMap…. etc. Think of all the University level (and high school? ) courses depending on these products. Has Statistics Canada rolled out a plan for these products or will they simply bear the “terminated” tag? How long will it take to get comparable products out of the new Survey of Households. Certainly “disruptive” !
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