No Jail For Census Scofflaws

Cabinet is repealing a little-used law threatening jail for Canadians who boycott the Census or submit false information on government surveys. The last prosecution was in 1983: “I want to see the list of Canadians who support putting people in jail for not filling out forms.”

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