Thursday, August 8, 2013

1921 Canada Census will be released today

Image: Civil servant at trailer park, census 1925. Source: Wikimedia Commons
Civil servant at trailer park, census 1925.
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Library and Archives Canada is pleased to announce the release  of the 1921 Canada Census to today (August 8, 2013) at around 2:00 PM ET.

For now, it will only be available with the geographic index, free of charge, on Ancestry.

The Canadian censuses are a key starting point for Canadians interested in discovering their family story. They provide vital details such as names of spouses, immigration years, occupations and so much more.

Other Canadian Censuses available:
• 1851 Census
• 1861 Census
• 1871 Census
• 1881 Census
• 1891 Census
• 1901 Census
• 1906 Census
• 1911 Census
• 1916 Census

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