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Starting with the 2011 Census, Statistics Canada replaced a mandatory long-form questionnaire with a voluntary National Household Survey. This survey gives insight into core social indicators of Canadian society, including aboriginal peoples, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, education and labour, mobility and migration, and income and housing.
IPUMS-International is an effort to inventory, preserve, harmonize, and disseminate census microdata from around the world. The project has collected the world's largest archive of publicly available census samples. The data are coded and documented consistently across countries and over time to facillitate comparative research. IPUMS-International makes these data available to qualified researchers free of charge through a web dissemination system.