Community Supporter Toolkit—Support the Census of Agriculture

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Support the Census of Agriculture

The Census of Agriculture provides community-level data on a wide range of topics, such as land use, crops, livestock, agricultural labour, machinery and equipment, land management practices, and farm finances. It identifies trends and provides information on emerging issues, opportunities and challenges within the agricultural community. This helps organizations like yours develop policies, undertake communication and outreach work, and conduct market research.

The quality of census data increases with every completed questionnaire. Census data ensure that decision makers have the evidence they need to act in the interests of farmers, farm communities and agricultural operations.

Your efforts to help us promote the benefits of the Census of Agriculture will increase the reach of key messages communicated through a variety of channels, including print, social media and the Internet. In the Community Supporter Toolkit, we have brought together tools and resources to help you and your organization spread the word about the benefits and positive impact of the census for the agricultural community.

Partner with us and increase the participation of your community in the 2021 Census of Agriculture.


What do I do?

Select a product from the toolkit to view and download it.

For information on appropriate usage, please consult the Terms of use.



  • Census of Agriculture bookmark (PDF, 197 KB)
    Census of Agriculture bookmark
    Description - Census of Agriculture bookmark

    Beginning in 1906, the Prairie provinces of Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan began to take seperate censuses of population and agriculture every five years to monitor growth in the West.

    Complete your census today! —

    Your census, your community, your future.


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