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Census records that are at least 72 years old can be viewed for free from libraries that have a census subscription. Information from censuses conducted between 1790 and 1940 are available via these subscription services... More »

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Canadian census records are accessible on the Library and Archives Canada website for the years 1666 to 1921, as of 2015. Canadian census records after 1921 are maintained by Statistics Canada, which is prohibited by law... More »

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Ancestry.ca published the 1921 Canadian Census in 2013. As of 2015, it is still available to the public for free on the website, which is the only resource aside from the Library and Archives Canada that offers the 1921 ... More »

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