Video - Census: Partners using our data, Part 4

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Census: Partners using our data, Part 4 - Video transcript

(The Statistics Canada symbol and Canada wordmark appear on screen with the title: "Census: Partners using our data, Part 4")

We know that in order to inform decision making and the development of policy, the not-so-secret ingredient is quality data.

And of course, language, demographic, social and economic data from the census will help guide our governments’ future actions and their investments to support the Canadian Francophonie and its long-term development.

CAP uses census data to inform its policy, research and programming activities in various areas, such as housing, justice, health, education, family, language and culture.

Since 2013, NPI has relied upon the datasets and reports published by Statistics Canada in order to carry out our work.

Now we can have a much more accurate portrait of the number of children with a constitutional right to French-language education in a minority environment.

The census is now an important data source that captures CAP’s people and measures various gaps between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians.

Census data matter for Canada’s francophone and Acadian communities.

We are very excited about the new insights and data stories the 2021 Census will provide for us and for the communities in Northern Ontario.

Miigwech, merci, thank you.

(The words "Your census, your stories: Canada's portrait." appear onscreen.)