The Canadian Census: Why counting matters for research, citizenship, and democracy
the long-form census controversy of the past five years has raised acute awareness of the vital and multiple roles of the Canadian census across all sectors. This three-part, co-sponsored series of roundtable discussions will examine the census from several disciplinary and sectoral perspectives.
First in this series is THE CENSUS IN CANADIAN SOCIETY: THEN AND NOW
Discussants: Daniel Weinstock, Director, Institute for Health and Social Policy
Suzanne Morton, Professor, Department of History and Classical studies
Moderator: Antonia Maioni, Associate Vice-Principal (Research and International Relations), Professor, Department of Political Science
FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 2016
Institute for Health and Social Policy
Charles Meredith House
1130 avenue des Pins Ouest
Event is free of charge and open to the general public.
RSVPs are helpful – www.mcgill.ca/ihsp/events
The series is co-sponsored by: