Street index for Canada 1921 census

Is the 1921 Canadian census available?

The 1921 Canada Census records details about almost 8.8 million Canadians and is the most recent Canadian census available to the public, released in 2013 after a 92-year waiting period to protect the privacy of those enumerated.

Can you view the 1921 Census?

The 1921 Census is not immediately available within any subscription, including via libraries. It is only available via pay-per-view access for the initial period. Library patrons are still able to purchase 1921 Census returns like any other user via a personal account.

When can I view the 1921 census online?

The 1921 Census: the largest census release ever in England and Wales. On 19 June 1921, close to 38 million individuals in England and Wales completed a census return. From the details of those households will be available to search and view online for the first time.

What is the latest Canadian census available to public?

The national government of Canada has taken censuses every ten years since 1871 and every five years since 1971.
Canadian national censuses, taken for these dates, are available to the public:

  • 1871 (April 2)
  • 1881 (April 4)
  • 1891 (April 6)
  • 1901 (March 31)
  • 1911 (June 1)
  • 1921 (June 1)

Will the 1921 census be released on ancestry?

Unfortunately, we do not have a set time frame for when the 1921 census will become available on Ancestry. As with any significant record collection we hope to be able to make it available in time.

What is significant about the 1921 Census?

The 1921 Census report that gives us an overview of the country at this time shows the devastating losses of those who died in the war and pandemic, but also the dramatic reduction in the birth rate – the number of two-, three- and four-year-olds recorded at this time is significantly lower than the number of five-, …

Where can I view the 1921 Census for free?

Access to the 1921 Census online at Findmypast is free on the premises at The National Archives in Kew. You can access the Census via the on site computers, on site tablet devices or your own device (e.g. smartphone) while you are connected to the Wi-Fi in the dedicated 20sPeople zone.

Can I view census records for free?

The National Archives has the census schedules on microfilm available from 1790 to 1940, and free online access is available through our digitization partners at any National Archives facility.

What is the 1921 census substitute?

The census substitute covers a large number of county directories which have been transcribed to produce a searchable resource. This appears under Census Records as the 1921 Census Substitute on TheGenealogist and they encompass a period currently not served by a published census.

Is the 1931 Canadian census available?

1 June 1931

This census should become available to the public in 2023, 92 years after the census was collected.

Is the 1941 Canadian census available?

This census should become available to the public in 2033, 92 years after the census was collected.

What years did Canada have census?

According to the Census and Statistics Act of 1905, a general census of Canada was to occur in 1911, and every 10 years thereafter, and a census of population and agriculture was to be taken in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in 1906, and every 10 years thereafter.

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