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Fifth census schedule of Canada, 1911 : schedule 1, population

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • English
  • French
[Ottawa, Ontario : Dominion Bureau of Statistics, 1955]
135 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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An index for Canada Census, 1911 is available online, click here.

To search an index to the 1911 census created by Automated Genealogy with links to the Library and Archives Canada census images, click http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/index.html (as of 16 April 2018).

Microfilm of original records, Schedule 1 (records were destroyed after filming by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics).

Schedule printed in English and French.

When microfilmed, columns 38 to 41 of Schedule 1 (questions related to infirmities) were lost on approximately 75 percent of the reels. Some pages of the census are unreadable. Films are "Best Copy Available."

Enumeration for the 1911 census began 1 June 1911. For the census, Canada was divided into districts within each province and the districts were subdivided into sub-districts. A number was assigned to a district, and a second number to the sub-district (there were some sub-district numbers that were not used and some that are missing). There were thirteen schedules taken originally but only schedule 1, "Population" was filmed. All paper copies of the thirteen schedules were destroyed. In the less-populated areas of northern Canada, a shortened version of schedule 1, known as schedule A1, was used. A few sub-districts in Ontario, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories have part of their enumeration on the schedule 1 form and part on the schedule A1 form. The schedule A1 forms are primarily filmed at the end of the census beginning with the Northwest Territories (no. 218), sub-district 26.

Library and Archives Canada (formerly National Library of Canada and National Archives of Canada) nos. : films T-20326 - T-20460; R92 (formerly R.G. 31).

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