Results of a Survey on the Long-Form Census

TORONTO, May 24, 2011 – Association for Canadian Studies and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation

  • Do Canadians intend to complete the 2011 long-form census?
  • Do they understand why it’s important?
  • Do they trust the government with the information they provide?

Insight into these vital questions will be offered from a detailed national survey conducted by the firm Leger Marketing for the Association for Canadian Studies and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation.

Survey Results

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The results were presented at a press conference at 2:00pm on May 24 at the offices of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, 4576 Yonge, Suite 701 Toronto, Ontario

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