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France’s baby boom secret: Get women into work and ditch rigid family norms

Author: 
Chemin, Anne
Publication Date: 
21 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
29 Apr 2015

Damage from cancelled census as bad as feared, researchers say

Author: 
Grant, Tavia
Publication Date: 
29 Jan 2015
Entered Date: 
4 Feb 2015

Why Canada should reinstate long-form census

Author: 
Bede Scharper, Stephen
Publication Date: 
1 Feb 2015
Entered Date: 
4 Feb 2015

Bill C-626 An Act to Amend the Statistics Act

Author: 
Ted Hsu, MP
Publication Date: 
22 Sep 2014
Entered Date: 
4 Feb 2015

Harper's double standard on privacy

Author: 
Winnipeg Free Press
Publication Date: 
4 Feb 2015
Entered Date: 
4 Feb 2015

Data crimes and misdemeanors: Why childcare, too, needs the long-form census

February 2, 2015 by Martha Friendly

In the first week of February 2015, the House of Commons will vote on Kingston MP Ted Hsu's private member's bill calling for restoration of Canada's long-form census. Although research methods and data analysis are not ordinarily popular or newsworthy topics, there has been considerable media and public attention to the details of how Canada has turned its data clock back to the year 1956, or 1871, or 1666, depending on how you look at it.

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