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Census Canada, 1986. Reference paper series. Census geography, a historical comparison

Census Canada, 1986. Reference paper series. Census geography, a historical comparison

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Published by Statistics Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Census districts -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Census, 1986.

  • Edition Notes

    Catalogue 99-106E.

    Other titlesCensus Canada, 1986. Census geography, a historical comparison., Census [of] Canada, 1986.
    StatementStatistics Canada.
    ContributionsStatistics Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19017991M

    The census publications have been digitized and are available in the Internet Archive. Use the publications catalogue as a guide for searching. Data & mapping products. Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 5. Historical comparability rule: To maintain historical comparability for CMAs and larger CAs (those with census tracts in the previous census), CSDs are retained in the CMA or CA even if their commuting flow percentages fall below the commuting flow thresholds (rules 2 and 3). See Figure

      Both of these have been developed by Statistics Canada. You can also check some other census geography tools and resources by Statistics Canada. If you are looking for the geography of the older Canadian census of the population, you can go on . A demographic approach to the evaluation of the census and the estimates of Canada's population. Romaniuc A. The paper concludes with an overview of two alternative methods for generating postcensal estimates: the currently-in-use, census-based model, and a flexible model using all relevant data in combination with the census." Cited by: 1.

    Guide to Census Geography Page 3. 1 A. bout this Briefing. Census data is available at a variety of geographies ranging from the national and regional, down to File Size: 4MB. “Census geography” refers to the geographic units used by Statistics Canada for disseminating information about the Census of Canada. Here are the definitions for each of the following types of units. Province/Territory: “Portion of Canada’s land area governed by a political authority. Canada is divided into 10 provinces and 3.


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Genre/Form: Census data Recensement, Additional Physical Format: Online version: census geography. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, (OCoLC) The census geographic units of Canada are the administrative divisions defined and used by Canada's federal government statistics bureau Statistics Canada to conduct the country's quinquennial exist on four levels: the top-level (first-level) divisions are Canada's provinces and territories; these are divided into second-level census divisions, which in turn are divided into third.

In this section we have provided links to a variety of reference materials that may be useful in conducting historical and genealogical research. These resources include Census Bureau Executive Reports from tohistorical census maps, oral histories, and information on privacy and confidentiality.

A A historical comparison book Comparison This book belongs to Census Text Production Services (Census statistics Canada. Census Geography: a historical comparison. Ottawa: Industry, Science and Technology Canada, This paper is part of a series of reference documents to assist users in finding, understanding and comparing census.

Maps are a unique way to study statistical information, making it very easy to compare data across geographic areas. They also provide a quick reference point that can be interpreted by almost anyone, regardless of educational level.

The U.S. Census Bureau produced its first map based on census results when it published James D.B. DeBow's   Geography. Census geography covers a wide range of geographic areas—from provinces and territories down to blocks. These geographic areas have boundaries, names, and other information that make it possible to locate them on the ground and relate census data to them.

For some products, information is available for current and previous censuses. Census geography shapefiles for all of Canada are accessible from both Scholars GeoPortal and Statistics Canada directly for, and If you would like census a historical comparison book shapefiles for Ottawa-Gatineau only, we have those available for direct download (you'll need to be a Carleton student, faculty or staff to access them).

Canadian Census after are accessible through the Statistics Canada website. available for free download in SPSS format. Also provides access to census enumerator instructions, census geography, and a database of historical contextual data (newspaper articles, parliamentary debates, and other documents related to the organization and Author: Amy McLay Paterson.

User guide, census metropolitan areas, census agglomerations and census tracts, reference map series. Item Preview remove-circle census agglomerations and census tracts, reference map series.

by Statistics Canada. Geography division. Publication date Topics Census districts, Metropolitan Areas, Maps, Handbooks manuals. NATION REGIONS DIVISIONS STATES Counties Census Blocks Block Groups Census Tracts Urban Areas Core Based Statistical Areas ZIP Code Tabulation Areas Standard Hierarchy of Census Geographic Entities * Refer to the “Hierarchy of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Areas” on page 2.

US Census BureauFile Size: KB. Bill Dollarhide's "The Census Book" is the best reference book on the subject among several that have been issued in the same time frame.

While I respect Loretto Szucs'/Matthew Wright's excellent book and the detailed book by Kathleen Hinchley, this one is concise, has detailed dates and references, and is the one I return to again and again, Bravo, Bill!5/5(6).

"Type of subdivision" After correcting the name of Vancouver's regional district (an endless task given the saturation of the media & wikipedia mis-use of the name of its board) I went to the "reference", which turned out to be the Wikipedia link to the Statistics Canada article and not a real went to the Vancouver page at the Census; which isn't listed as a regional district, it's.

Census data is collected based upon the respondent's place of residence on Census Day, typically April 1 of the Census year. Therefore, geography is very important when using census data. While the Census does use geographies we are all familiar with such as states, counties and places (cities), it also uses geography very specific to the : Anne Zald.

HISTORICAL CENSUS DATA. Decennial census publications dating from the first census of to the Census are available at LC. Much, but not all, of the Decennial census material is also available online from the U.S. Census Bureau. Similarly, LC also has economic census publications dating back to their earliest beginnings when questions were first asked on the decennial census, to.

The centralization of knowledge in the form of official statistics was an important dimension of state formation. The census of population was the leading project for the production of social intelligence.

"The Politics of Population" provides a detailed account of the political and social context in which census-making developed in by:   The Census of Population has, sincepainted a statistical portrait of Canada and its population, offering a wide range of data and analysis that tell the ongoing story of our country and our families.

While data users often use the most current information in their research and analysis, historical censuses also serve their own unique role in providing a fascinating glimpse of the past. From the U of Toronto iSchool: a report locator for the Census of Canada, containing bibliographical information for all Census publications for this period (drawn from the Historical Catalogue and other sources) along with links to open access digital copies where found (i.e.

Internet Archive). The Report Locator is format. This spreadsheet contains a checklist of Census. Census Profile tables are used to find characteristics of places. Detailed profile tables provide a statistical overview of all places in Canada by level of census geography.

InCommunity Profiles ( and earlier) changed their name and are now refered to as Census Profiles. Coverage and frequency, Description The Census Geography Files depict the boundaries of standard geography units of Statistics Canada.

Standard geography units include (for some, but not all census years): Provinces and Territories, Federal Electoral Districts, Census Divisions, Census Subdivisions, Census. Statistics Canada Library / bibliothèque de Statistique Canada Statistics Canada, a member of the Industry Portfolio, produces statistics that help Canadians better understand their country—its population, resources, economy, society and culture.

In addition to conducting a Census every five years, there are about active surveys on. The earliest example of modern type of census is known to have been conducted in New France (present-day Quebec) in Canada, in and Iceland in The first periodical census began in the United States in and in Britain and France in (Cox, ; Woods, ).Published A - Series tables, related to Urban population, census data finder, census datacensus of india, urban population, urban males, urban females, urban persons.Statistical atlas of the United States, based upon the results of the eleventh census Contributor Names United States.

Census office. 11th census, Gannett, Henry, Created / Published Washington, Govt. print. off., Subject Headings.