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Quebec Inter-University Centre for Social Statistics

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1911-1951 Censuses

1911 to 1951 Census data

The Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI) is a pan-Canadian, multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional effort to develop a set of interrelated databases centered on data from the 1911, 1921, 1931, 1941 and 1951 Canadian censuses. Researchers will be able to conduct studies of social, economic, cultural and political change to explain the making of modern Canada.

Since July 2010, four samples are available in RDC. An updated version of CCRI documentation was also provided with the 1931 Census sample delivery:

 

Year
Sample
Release date
1911
5%
June, 2011
1921
4%
November, 2009
1931
3%
July, 2010
1941
3%
November, 2009
1951
3%
November, 2009

 

The project was funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the provincial governments of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, the Harold Crabtree Foundation and the seven universities partners.

The database was created in partnership with: Statistics Canada, the Newfoundland Statistics Agency, the Library and Archives Canada, the Minnesota Population Centre and others.

More details can be obtained on CCRI on their website.

A preliminary version of the CCRI User Guide is available here.

The CCRI contextual database (metadata, newspapers, political debates, ...) is available by clicking here.

Click here to download the 1911 Census microdata sample.

For getting access to microdata samples available in Research Data Center (RDC), follow the current application procedure.

 

 

 

 

 

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