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A message from the Chief Statistician of Canada
For more than 100 years, Statistics Canada has collected, analyzed and reported the data you provide us, so that – together – we can better understand ourselves and our country. The data we collect tell us where we have been as a nation, and where we are headed.
Statistics Canada takes the privacy of Canadians very seriously. All information collected is anonymized. It is never possible to connect data that is made public to you or to your household.
Statistics Canada, as Canada's trusted source of information for more than 100 years, prides itself in keeping pace with the evolving information needs of Canadians. As we move forward we are adopting new methods and approaches that are based on necessity and proportionality.
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As Canada's central statistical office, Statistics Canada is legislated through the Statistics Act to provide statistics for Canada and its provinces and territories.
Statistics Canada takes the confidentiality and privacy of Canadians very seriously. All information provided is kept confidential and used only for statistical purposes.
To produce official statistics, Statistics Canada requests access to information collected by other departments and organizations. This improves data quality and helps meets new and ongoing statistical needs.
Statistics Canada is committed to openness and transparency. The Statistics Act makes provisions for transparent and accountable decisions on statistical matters.
Statistics Canada fosters a culture of innovation—it is at the heart of everything we do. Learn about some of our latest initiatives that are driving our modernization forward.
As part of our commitment to transparency, Statistics Canada invites you to meet our Trust Centre team.
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