Indigenous Peoples Survey Supporter Toolkit

The Indigenous Peoples Survey is a national survey of First Nations peoples living off reserve, Métis and Inuit. The survey provides important information concerning Indigenous Peoples such as language, harvesting, handcrafting and cultural activities, housing and mobility. The data can be used to inform policy and programming activities aimed at improving the well-being of Indigenous peoples.

The Indigenous Peoples Survey Supporter Toolkit contains tools and resources, such as social media content, web banners, hashtags and promotional materials in one convenient location to help you and your organization share information about the Indigenous Peoples Survey.

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Social media content

Statistics Canada encourages community supporters to post our content and images to their own social media accounts. You can save the images to your device and copy and paste the text content to your social media platforms to share.

Post 1

The #Indigenous Peoples Survey is now underway. Interviewers are collecting data in selected communities in #Nunavut, #Nunavik and the #Inuvialuit Settlement Region until March 31. If you’ve been selected, please participate: #IPS2022

Post 2

The #Indigenous Peoples Survey is still underway in #Nunavut, #Nunavik and the #Inuvialuit Settlement Region. It aims to provide relevant data to help plan programs and policies for Indigenous communities across the country. #IPS2022

Post 3

Statistics Canada's 2022 Indigenous Peoples Survey (IPS) is now underway. It aims to provide current and relevant data to help plan programs and policies in education, employment and health.

Post 4

The data collected through the Indigenous Peoples Survey (IPS) will be vital to help inform decisions on programs and services that will support Indigenous communities. If you have been selected, help plan for the future and participate!

Post 5

Have you been selected for the 2022 Indigenous Peoples Survey (IPS)? The data collected will help Indigenous organizations, local communities and governments improve the well-being of Indigenous people across Canada.