Consulting Canadians

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Statistics Canada regularly engages in consultations with Canadians to gauge client satisfaction, seek input on program development and initiatives, and test the usability of its website features.

To obtain feedback from its clients, users and key stakeholders, the Agency uses many consultation methods, including one-on-one discussions, online questionnaires, roundtable discussions, dialogue sessions, consultative committees and focus groups.

Statistics Canada's consultation activities are published online, along with the findings.

Consultation results are also available online from the Canadian government website Consulting With Canadians.

Recently announced consultations

October 2014 - New Dissemination Model Beta Website Consultations
2014/2015 - Statistical Information Service Evaluation
May 2014 - New Dissemination Model - Getting ready for Beta Test, Part 2
April 2014 - Update of the Classification of Instructional Programs
April 2014 - New Dissemination Model - Getting ready for Beta Test
July 30, 2013 to July 31, 2014 – Revision of the North American Industry Classification System
July 30, 2013 to June 30, 2014 – Update of the National Occupational Classification

Recently announced results

November 2014 – Statistics Canada’s Website Evaluation 2014
October 2014 - 2016 Census of Agriculture
September 2014 - The Daily – Analysis Component
September 2014 – Statistical Information Service Evaluation
June 2014 – New Dissemination Model - Home page, Navigation and Data Tables
February 2014 - New Dissemination Model – Navigation and Tables
February 2014 - Statistics Canada’s registration page and dashboard
April 2013 – New Dissemination Model – Navigation
December 2013 – Statistics Canada’s Daily Readership Survey
December 2013 – New Dissemination Model – Map Feature