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(Image starts in the sky above a neighbourhood of townhomes and swoops down to follow a boy on a skateboard who crosses the street and passes a girl on a bicycle.)
Building a strong community in the modern world may seem difficult. But little things we do everyday can make a difference.
(A senior lady walking down the street walks up to a senior man and they chat.)
I get to spend time in my community and meet more of my neighbours.
(A young man walks past the senior couple and greets a young mother with her stroller. They stop to talk.)
It gives me a chance to be more involved and get people engaged.
(A young student runs out of the house across the street to sit down next to his student friend working on his laptop and they talk.)
I heard there's 35,000 Census jobs available all across Canada. Maybe that's how I'll make the extra cash for school.
(A man, his daughter and their dog walk past the students then a neighbour walks up to a senior man clipping his trees and they talk.)
My neighbour just applied for a census job. Maybe I should too.
(The camera pulls up and looks down on the neighbourhood. We see the url www.census.gc.ca/jobs)
All these Canadians are making a difference in their community by getting involved in the 2016 Census.