Feared ‘Confusion’ In Census

Statistics Canada privately opposed the 2016 repeal of a law threatening jail for Census scofflaws out of concern it would “create confusion” during last year’s national count, say Access To Information memos. Prosecution of Census boycotters must continue, wrote then-Chief Statistician Wayne Smith: ‘It reinforces the importance of the Census.’

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