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Subject: Re: [LegacyUG] 1931 Canada Census

 
Me too! Marie

Marie Varrelman Melchiori, Certified Genealogist® Emeritus 2015
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 In a message dated 12/15/2023 4:20:53 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
magnoliaso...@gmail.com writes: 
Sorry, I seem to be missing the URL. Can you post it again? Thank you
so much for the heads up though.

On Wed, Dec 13, 2023 at 9:01 AM Brian Kelly <exma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I was just on the Library and Archives Canada website for a search of
> the 1871 Canada Census for a relative. I discovered that the 1931 Canada
> Census is now available for searching by name.
>
> Here is the URL of the new Multi-census search tool. You can search for
> your Canadian relatives in any or all of the Canadian censuses list on
> the search page. The 1931 Census is now included in that list and I am
> doing a genealogy happy dance because I am looking at the census page
> for my father!
>
> Here is the description of the 1931 census from Library and Archives Canada:
> "The seventh national census was taken on June 1, 1931. Information was
> further condensed into four schedules:
>
>      Schedule 1: Population
>      Schedule 2: Agriculture
>      Schedule 3: Institutions
>      Schedule 4: Merchandising and service establishments
>
> Only Schedule 1 was preserved and it had 40 questions. In the 1931
> Census three different forms of the population scheduled were used:
>
>      Form 1A for the Maritimes and Québec and Ontario
>      Form 1B for the Western provinces
>      Form 1 - N.W.T. for the Northwest Territories
>
> In one instance a rather resourceful enumerator, used an accountant’s
> ledger book to record information.
>
> The 1931 Census was the first to ask if the family owned a radio. Since
> this Census was taken during the Depression, there are also several
> questions related to unemployment, including periods of unemployment and
> causes.
>
> The sub-district names or boundaries in 1931 are not the same as those
> for 1921, particularly for large cities."
>
> Brian Kelly
>
>
>
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