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The Chief Statistician's data visualization project on 2016 Census income data
On September 13, 2017, the Chief Statistician invited Canadians to create data visualization tools with income data from the 2016 Census. Products were submitted through Statistics Canada's Twitter and Facebook social media accounts.

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