Statistics Canada


Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada (en francés Statistique Canada) (SC) es la agencia del Gobierno federal canadiense encargada de recoger y compilar datos estadísticos sobre Canadá y los canadienses.

Entre otras responsabilidades, Statistics Canada se ocupa del censo general que tiene lugar cada cinco años, en el primer y sexto año de una década. El próximo censo será en 2011 y será el segundo en el que se podrá utilizar Internet para rellenar los cuestionarios.

Para los lugares, Statistics Canada tiene una terminología bien definida. Por ejemplo, la palabra parroquia designa algunos territorios rurales del Quebec y del Nuevo Brunswick, y cantón designa los townships del este de Quebec.

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