Ted from Halton has forwarded this very thoughtful Editorial by Ed Broadbent in the Toronto Star - Equality or barbarism?
Community Development Halton has produced fantastic information products to inform voters during municipal elections!
May 12-13 Roundtable Follow-up Meeting
a) Questionnaire has been translated, I have loaded it here - https://csds-sacass.ca/drupal/PurchaseAccessAchatAccess
b) The Survey tool Michael suggests we use - also on that page https://csds-sacass.ca/drupal/PurchaseAccessAchatAccess - look under questionnaire
c) I will need from you:
- Description of what the Survey is - Small Para
- Welcome message
- Message to end the survey (e.g. should you have any questions....)
d) We will need to discuss items for the executive committee
e) scheduling a WG meeting R & D. etc.
We hope you are all well. We wanted to provide you with an update on the “Save the Census” Campaign AND we Still Need YOUR Help!!!
All CSDS data users please note the following issues with the SAAD data received to date:
I have received word from the Small Area Administrative Data Division that an issue with the Census Division of Halton was identified late into our 2008 certification process. Currently the systems divides this CD into two parts and does not produce totals for the overall CD. For 2008, this issue may have an impact on the suppressions routines for thefollowing neighbouring CDs:.
Debra Thompson: The Politics of the Census: Lessons from Abroad, pp. 377-382.
David A. Green and Kevin Milligan: The Importance of the Long Form Census to Canada, pp. 383-388.
Lisa Dillon: The Value of the Long Form Canadian Census for Long Term National and International Research, pp. 389-393.
Michael R. Veall: 2B or Not 2B? What Should Have Happened with the Canadian Long Form Census? What Should Happen Now?, pp. 395-399.
Quaterly Leads Meeting