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20112016|35151728}}| region_type = province or territory| most_populous = Ontario (13,448,494)| least_populous = Yukon (35,874)| previous_census = 2011 Canadian Census| previous_year = 2011| next_census = 2021 Canadian Census| next_year = 2021}}The 2016 Canadian Census is the most recent detailed enumeration of the Canadian residents, which counted a population of 35,151,728, a {{percentage|{{#expr:35151728-33476688}}|33476688|1}} change from its 2011 population of 33,476,688. The census, conducted by Statistics Canada, was Canada's seventh quinquennial census.{{refn|Canada's first quinquennial census was conducted in 1956.WEB,weblink Overview of the Census: Census year 2011, Statistics Canada, 4, April 2012, June 1, 2013, |group=N}} The official census day was May 10, 2016. Census web access codes began arriving in the mail on May 2, 2016.WEB,weblink Statistics Canada on Twitter, Twitter, May 2, 2016, The 2016 census marked the reinstatement of the mandatory long-form census, which had been dropped in favour of the voluntary National Household Survey for the 2011 census.NEWS,weblink Liberal gov't restores mandatory long-form census, CTV News, November 5, 2015, November 5, 2015, With a response rate of 98.4%, this census is said to be the best one ever recorded since the 1666 census of New France.WEB,weblink Canadians' overwhelming response enables 'best ever' Census in 2016, August 29, 2016, Statistics Canada, July 9, 2017, WEB,weblink 'Best census ever' in 2016, StatsCan says, August 30, 2016, Canada's next census is scheduled for 2021.

Planning

Consultation with census data users, clients, stakeholders and other interested parties closed in November 2012. Qualitative content testing, which involved soliciting feedback regarding the questionnaire and tests responses to its questions, was scheduled for the fall of 2013, with more extensive testing occurring in May 2014. Statistics Canada was scheduled to submit its census content recommendations for review by the Parliament of Canada in December 2014 for subsequent final approval by the Cabinet of Canada.WEB,weblink 2016 Census Program Content Consultation Guide: Census year 2016, Statistics Canada, 10, June 1, 2013, On November 5, 2015, during the first Liberal caucus meeting after forming a majority government, the party announced that it would reinstate the mandatoryWEB,weblink The long-form census is back – with penalties still possible if you ignore it, Lee, Berthiaume, Ottawa Citizen, long-form census,WEB,weblink Liberals can restore long-form census for 2016, if they act quickly, observers say, October 28, 2015, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, starting in 2016. By early January 2016, Statistics Canada had announced a need for 35,000 people to complete this survey to commence in May.WEB,weblink Statistics Canada Hiring 35,000 For 2016 Census That Will Replace Harper's Voluntary Survey, Tencer, Daniel, January 5, 2016, Huffington Post, January 6, 2016,

Data release schedule

{{col-begin}}{{col-2}}The release dates for geography products from the 2016 Census were:WEB,weblink 2016 Census Program release schedule, Statistics Canada, February 23, 2016, February 25, 2016,
  • November 16, 2016, for boundary files (first edition), road network files, hydrography files, reference maps (first edition), attribute information products (correspondence files), and reference guides and documents (first edition); and
  • February 8, 2017, for boundary files (second edition), reference maps (second edition), attribute information products (GeoSuite and geographic attribute file), and reference guides and documents (second edition).
{{col-2}}The release dates for data by release topic from the 2016 Census are:
  • February 8, 2017, for population and dwelling counts;
  • May 3, 2017, for age and sex, type of dwelling;
  • May 10, 2017, for Census of Agriculture;
  • August 2, 2017, for language and families, households and marital status;
  • September 13, 2017, for income;
  • October 25, 2017, for immigration and ethnocultural diversity, housing and Aboriginal peoples; and
  • November 29, 2017, for education, labour, journey to work, language of work and mobility and migration.
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Enumeration

Portions of Canada's three territories and remote areas within Alberta, Labrador, Manitoba, Quebec and Saskatchewan were subject to early enumeration between February 1, 2016, and March 31, 2016.WEB,weblink Early enumeration jobs, Statistics Canada, April 29, 2016, May 6, 2016, Enumeration of the balance of Canada began on May 2, 2016, with the unveiling of the online census questionnaire,WEB,weblink The 2016 Census, Statistics Canada, April 29, 2016, May 6, 2016, eight days prior to the official census day of May 10, 2016.WEB,weblink 2016 Census questions, Statistics Canada, April 10, 2015, April 21, 2015, Because of a wildfire in early May in northeast Alberta, Statistics Canada suspended enumeration efforts in the Fort McMurray area with alternate means to collect data from its evacuated residents to be determined at a later date.WEB,weblink Statistics Canada suspends Census collection in Fort McMurray area, Statistics Canada, May 5, 2016, May 6, 2016, Shortly after re-entry, residents were encouraged to complete their census form online or over the phone; however door-to-door enumeration remained suspended.WEB,weblink Update on Census collection in the Fort McMurray area, Statistics Canada, June 17, 2016, July 2, 2016,

Public response

Non-binary activists expressed concern that the choice between "male" and "female" on the "sex" question left them with no valid options.WEB,weblink Neither male nor female, transgender student calls for 3rd option on census form, www.cbc.ca, May 3, 2016, In response, Statistics Canada stated that "Respondents who cannot select one category ... can leave the question blank and indicate, in the Comments section at the end of the questionnaire, the reason(s) for which they've chosen to leave this question unanswered."WEB,weblink Who is included in the census?, Canada, Government of Canada, Statistics, www.census.gc.ca, May 3, 2016, Statistics Canada stated that they intend to analyze these comments but that because of the technical difficulties of analyzing free-form text, this analysis will not be released on the same schedule as the binary gender data.

Results

{{Expand section|1=high level summary of marital status, language and income results|date=October 2017}}In the 2016 Census of Population, Canada recorded a population of 35,151,728 living in 14,072,079 of its 15,412,443 total private dwellings, a {{percentage|{{#expr:35151728-33476688}}|33476688|1}} change from its 2011 population of 33,476,688. With a land area of {{convert|8965588.85|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}}, it had a population density of {{Pop density|35151728|8965558.85|km2|sqmi|prec=1}} in 2016.WEB,weblink Census Profile, 2016 Census: Canada, Statistics Canada, August 25, 2017, October 14, 2017, Canada's most and least populous provinces were Ontario at 13,448,494 and Prince Edward Island at 142,907 respectively. Among the three territories, the Northwest Territories was the largest with a population of 41,786 while Yukon was the smallest with a population of 35,874WEB,weblink Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data, Statistics Canada, August 28, 2017, October 14, 2017, after Nunavut's population overtook Yukon for the first time in its history.WEB,weblink Population size and growth in Canada: Key results from the 2016 Census, Statistics Canada, March 30, 2017, October 15, 2017, For the first time since Nunavut was founded in 1999, its population surpassed that of Yukon., The majority of Canada's population in 2016 were females at {{percentage|17887530|35151730|1}}, while {{percentage|17264200|35151730|1}} were males. The average age of the population was 41.0 years (40.1 years for males and 41.9 years for females).In terms of occupied private dwellings, {{percentage|7541495|14072080|1}} of them were single detached dwellings, followed by {{percentage|2539390|14072080|1}} being units in apartment buildings less than five storeys, and {{percentage|1391040|14072080|1}} being apartment units in buildings with five or more storeys. The average household size was 2.4 people per household. Two-person households were the most frequent size among private households at {{percentage|4834605|14072080|1}}.In regards to the journey to work data in Ottawa, there was an increase of people driving their car to work of 51.3% which has the highest mode of transportation. On the other hand, public transit decreased to 25.1% comparing to the 2011 census. The census data in 2016 shows that people have been using other modes of transportation more than other years, this includes walking and cycling.

See also

Notes

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References

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External links

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