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?
August 2017 - The vital role of statistics in public policy and good governance
67% (8 votes)
September 2017 - Using historical censuses to research Canadian families
25% (3 votes)
June 2017 - Learning about Canada's diverse families
8% (1 vote)
July 2017 - Enhancing Canadians' knowledge of their country
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 12
Note: Participation in this online consultation is voluntary. As participants are self-selected, results may not be representative of all Statistics Canada website users.
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