February 05, 2013

2011 Census - Products at the Forward Sortation Area (FSA) Level of Geography


The 2011 Census Dissemination Project and Geography Division are
pleased to announce the official release of the following
standard products from the 2011 Census at the forward
sortation area (FSA) level of geography.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013, 8:30 a.m. (Ottawa time), sees the
official release, via the Internet, of the following
standard FSA products:

1. Topic-based tabulations

2. Census Profile (98-314-X2011008): Age, Sex, Marital
Status, Families, Households, Dwellings and Language
for Canada and Forward Sortation Areas, 2011 Census

3. Through the 'Geography' link in the left-hand side
bar, users will find sub-links to the Forward Sortation
the boundaries of 1,621 forward sortation areas derived
from postal codes OM captured from the 2011 Census of
Population questionnaires. Al so available, the Forward
Sortation Area Boundary File, Reference Guide

OM Postal code is an official mark of Canada Post Corporation.

These 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 of Canada link under the
'Features' heading  within the Statistics Canada website
home page and enter through the 'Data  products' and/or
'Geography' links in the left-hand side bar of 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 Board's '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 (Beyond 20/20).

We hope this information will help you through today's
release of standard products from the 2011 Census at
the forward sortation area (FSA) level of geography.

Thank you.

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