Canadian Census Enumerator Instructions

Ken McKinlay has updated a Family Tree Knots blog post with links to instruction manuals for Canada’s post-Confederation census enumerations.
Manuals aren’t exactly inspiring reading, but if you take the time to read them thoroughly, they may help you understand some peculiarities. For instance, there’s the thorny question of race. You may not like it, but here’s the reality of the 1921 instructions.

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