Community Supporter Toolkit—Promote census awareness and jobs in Indigenous and Northern communities

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Promote census awareness and jobs in Indigenous and Northern communities

There are 32,000 census job opportunities across Canada. Statistics Canada employs people in their home communities, including First Nations communities, Metis settlements and Inuit Nunangat. Promote census jobs to members of your community.

Planning services for your area requires an accurate count of all its inhabitants as well as a sociodemographic picture of the area. The benefits to your community increase with every completed questionnaire. Encourage others to complete their census.


What do I do?

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




  • Indigenous bookmark (PDF, 268 KB)
    Indigenous bookmark
    Description - Indigenous bookmark

    The first national census of Canada was taken in 1871, as required by section 8 of the then British North America Act, 1867 (now the Constitution Act, 1867).

    All inhabitants of Canada were surveyed, including Indigenous peoples.

    Complete your census today! —

    Your census, your community, your future.


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