List of media stories from CIQSS at l’Universite de Montreal

The CIQSS has created a fantastic page listing media stories covering the Census Crisis, both in French and English.

I repeat the list here, for convenience:

Letters and releases

  • Statement on 2011 Census Industry Canada
  • Letter from the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association to Minister Clement MRIA
  • Letter from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to Minister Clement FCM
  • Letter from the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives to Minister Clement PPT  file ...
  • Investigation launches by the Commissioner of Official Languages
  • Letter from the Canadian Economics Association to Minister Clement PPT file ...
  • Summary of the situation by Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant PPT  file ...
  • Letter from the Canadian Research Data Centre to Minister Clement PPT file ...
  • Conservateurs contre experts en recensement Chef de l’opposition
  • Open Letter from the Canadian Network of Metropolis Centers PPT file ...
  • Letter sent by Cities Centre of University of Toronto to Minister Clement PPT  file ...
  • L’Acfas dénonce la décision du gouvernement fédéral ACFAS
  • Abolition de l’obligation de répondre au questionnaire de recensement au Canada: l’Afeas s’insurge! PPT  file ...
  • Federal government must reconsider decision to scrap mandatory long from Census Canadian Association of University Teachers
  • CABE Response to Planned Census Changes Canadian Association for Business Economics

Anglophone Newspaper Headlines

Francophone Newspaper Headlines

Other Articles

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