Question of the month
To mark Canada 150, the Connecting Stats, Stories and People blog highlights the views of historians, academics, students and other experts. Which recent issue do you find most compelling?
Check out the links:
- Using historical censuses to research Canadian families with Lisa Dillon from the Université de Montréal
- The vital role of statistics in public policy and good governance with William B. P. Robson of the C.D. Howe Institute
- Enhancing Canadians' knowledge of their country with Jack Jedwab of the Association for Canadian Studies
- Learning about Canada's diverse families through Nora Spinks from The Vanier Institute of the Family
- Statistics Canada has released several data visualization tools that make complex datasets more accessible. Which tool do you find most useful?
- Statistics Canada continues to engage with Canadians through new media. How do you prefer to stay connected?
- Statistics Canada has released a number of projects marking Canada 150. Which one do you like best?
- What kind of stories would you like to see featured more often in Canadian Megatrends?
- What data from this month’s census releases are you looking forward to the most?
- Which of the following 2016 Census videos do you like the best?