Are there different types of Canadian census?
In Canada, there are two types of censuses: the Census of Population and the Census of Agriculture. Both are conducted every five years by Statistics Canada, a department of the federal government. The larger of the two censuses, the Census of Population, gathers demographic information.
Does census include non citizens Canada?
Persons who are, or who have ever been, landed immigrants or permanent residents. Such persons have been granted the right to live in Canada permanently by immigration authorities. Immigrants who have obtained Canadian citizenship by naturalization are included in this category.
What is the most recent 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)
Is the 1921 Canada Census available?
The 1921 census is only available in digitized format.
What percentage of Canada is white?
Contrast that with Statistics Canada’s 2011 National Household Survey, which identifies 80 per cent of us as white people (more precisely, StatsCan identified 26,587,570 of Canada’s 32,852,325 non-Indigenous people as “Not a Visible Minority”).