November 29, 2012

2011 Census: Additional Standard Data Products Released


The 2011 Census Dissemination Project is pleased to announce the
official release of two additional standard data products from
the 2011 Census.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 8:30 a.m. (Ottawa time), sees the
official release, via the Internet, of the following products:

1. Complete 2011 Census Profile for dissolved census subdivisions
(dissolved CSDs) between 2006 and 2011:

98-314-X2011052
Census Profile - Age, Sex, Marital Status, Families, Households,
Dwellings and Language for Dissolved Census Subdivisions, 2011
Census

2. One additional topic-based tabulation for Aboriginal languages:

98-314-X2011047
Languages Spoken Most Often at Home - Detailed Aboriginal Languages
(85), Other Languages Spoken Regularly at Home - Aboriginal
Languages (10), Mother Tongue - Detailed Aboriginal Languages (85)
for the Population Excluding Institutional Residents of Canada,
Provinces, Territories, Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions,
2011 Census

All standard products are available free of charge. These data
products can be accessed through a variety of gateways:

. Users can enter through today's 'New products and studies'
link from The Daily.

. Users can click on the Census button at the top of the right-hand
navigation bar of the Statistics Canada website home page (enter
through the 'Data products' rotating posting within 'Census news')
or directly from the variety of 'data products' links and/or
feature buttons on the 2011 Census web module home page.

Users can continue to access XML versions of the 2011 Census
topic-based tabulations and Census Profile from the Treasury Boards
'Open Data Portal,' along with the provision of the additional
XML file download option available within the census web module.
A reminder that for the Census Profile, users have the ability to
extract the full data file in .IVT, .TAB and .CSV formats from
the census web module. However, for topic-based tabulations,
the full file is available in .IVT format only (B2020).

We hope this information will help you through today's release
of the 2011 Census additional standard data products.

Thank you.

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