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2006 CENSUS

Canada’s 20th Census since Confederation


Count yourself in!
May 16, 2006 2B
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and other social and economic programs based on census data. The information is widely used in our
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www.census2006.ca samples or following up respondents for some of our surveys.
By law, Statistics Canada must take a census every five years and every household must fill in a census
form. Statistics Canada protects absolutely the confidentiality of your information. No one outside Statistics


Call us free of Canada has access to your personal information without your consent. In question 53, your consent is
charge at sought to make your census information available in 92 years for important historical and genealogical research.
1 877 594-2006 It’s important for you and your community that you count yourself in by May 16.

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COMPLETE YOUR FORM ON-LINE OR ON PAPER


This information is collected under the authority of the Statistics Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. S-19, and must be provided by law. CONFIDENTIAL WHEN COMPLETED
STEP 1. Complete your form either:
ON-LINE: at www.census2006.ca using the Internet Access Code printed above.
A Do not mail back your paper questionnaire.
OR
ON PAPER: using a blue or black ballpoint pen.
Please print using C A P I T A L L E TT E R S .

2. Print your telephone number: Area code Telephone number —

3. Complete this section if there is no printed address in the address space above or if you lived
at a different address on May 16, 2006.
No. and street or lot and concession Apt. No.

City, municipality, town, village, Indian reserve Province / territory Postal code

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STEP
1. WHOM TO INCLUDE IN B
• EVERYONE WHO USUALLY LIVES HERE, AT THIS ADDRESS, including newborn babies and room-mates;
• STUDENTS who return to live with their parents during the year should be included at their parents’ address,
even if they live elsewhere while attending school or working at a summer job;
• CHILDREN IN JOINT CUSTODY who live here most of the time. Children who spend equal time with each
parent should be included in the home of the parent where they are staying on May 16, 2006;
• SPOUSES OR COMMON-LAW PARTNERS WHO LIVE ELSEWHERE while working or studying, but who
return here periodically;
• LANDED IMMIGRANTS who usually live at this address;
• Persons claiming REFUGEE STATUS and family members living here with them;
• PERSONS FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH A WORK OR STUDY PERMIT and family members living
here with them;
• PERSONS who usually live here but are now IN AN INSTITUTION (such as a home for the aged, a hospital or a
prison), IF THEY HAVE BEEN THERE LESS THAN SIX MONTHS;
• PERSONS staying here on May 16, 2006, WHO HAVE NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE.

STEP
2. DO NOT INCLUDE IN B
• Persons who have their usual home at another address in Canada and who are staying here temporarily
(for example, persons visiting or persons who have their secondary residence here, at this address);
• Residents of another country visiting Canada (for example, on a business trip or on vacation);
• Government representatives of another country and their family members.

T I O N O N LY
F O R INFORMA STEP
3. IF THERE IS NO ONE TO INCLUDE IN B
ih If all persons staying at this address on May 16, 2006, usually live elsewhere in Canada or
are visitors or government representatives of another country, mark this circle.
Please print your name and your usual telephone number below. Do not complete this questionnaire.
Mail it in the enclosed postage-paid envelope.

Family name Given name

Area code Telephone number

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1. Including yourself, how many persons usually live here, at this address, as of
STEP May 16, 2006? Include all persons who usually live here, even if they are temporarily away.
B
2. Including yourself, list below, using CAPITAL LETTERS, all persons who usually live here.
Begin the list with an adult followed, if applicable, by that person’s spouse or common-law partner and
by their children who usually live here. Continue with all other persons who usually live here.
FAMILY NAME GIVEN NAME

Person 1

Person 2

Person 3

Person 4

Person 5
O N LY
M AT ION
Person 6
I N F OR
FOR
Person 7

Person 8

Person 9

Person 10

Did you leave anyone out of Step B because you were not sure the person should be listed?
STEP
C For example:
Name(s)
• a person living at this address who
has another home;
• a person temporarily away.
Relationship/
ih No Reason

ih Yes Specify the name, the


relationship and the reason.

1. Is anyone listed in Step B a farm operator who produces at least one agricultural product
STEP intended for sale? (crops, livestock, milk, poultry, eggs, greenhouse or nursery products, Christmas trees,
D sod, honey, bees, maple syrup products, furs, etc.)

ih No Go to Step E ih Yes

2. Does this farm operator make the day-to-day management decisions related to the farm?

ih No ih Yes

STEP Copy the names in Step B to Question 1, on top of page 4.


Keep the same order.
E If more than five persons live here, you will need an extra questionnaire; call 1 877 594-2006.

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NAME P E R SO N 1 P E R SO N 2
1 Family name Family name

In the spaces provided, copy the names in Given name Given name
the same order as in Step B. Then answer
the following questions for each person.

SEX ih Male ih Male


2 ih Female ih Female

DATE OF BIRTH
3 Day Month Year
Date of birth Date of birth

Day Month Year Day Month Year


Example: 1 3 02 1 950
If exact date is not known, enter best
estimate.

MARITAL STATUS ih Never legally married (single) ih Never legally married (single)
4 ih Legally married (and not separated) ih Legally married (and not separated)
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n

ih Separated, but still legally married ih Separated, but still legally married
ih Divorced ih Divorced
ih Widowed ih Widowed

Is this person living with a


5 common-law partner?
ih Yes ih Yes
Common-law refers to two people of the
opposite sex or of the same sex who live
together as a couple but who are not legally
ih No ih No

N O N LY
AT I O
married to each other.

F OR M
6 RELATIONSHIP TO
I N ih Husband or wife of Person 1
PERSON 1
FOR ih Opposite-sex common-law partner of
Person 1
For each person usually living
here, describe his / her relationship ih Same-sex common-law partner of
to Person 1. Person 1

nih PERSON 1 ih Son or daughter of Person 1


Mark “ inh” or specify one response only.
n
ih Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of Person 1

Stepchildren, adopted children and children ih Grandchild of Person 1


of a common-law partner should be ih Father or mother of Person 1
considered sons and daughters.
ih Father-in-law or mother-in-law of Person 1
If none of the choices apply, use the
“ Other ” box to indicate this person’s ih Grandparent of Person 1
relationship to Person 1. ih Brother or sister of Person 1
Examples of “ Other ” relationships to ih Brother-in-law or sister-in-law of Person 1
Person 1:
• cousin ih Lodger or boarder
• niece or nephew ih Room-mate
• lodger’s husband or wife Other — Specify
• room-mate’s son or daughter
• employee
• same-sex married spouse

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ih Male ih Male ih Male

ih Female ih Female ih Female

Date of birth Date of birth Date of birth

Day Month Year Day Month Year Day Month Year

ih Never legally married (single) ih Never legally married (single) ih Never legally married (single)
ih Legally married (and not separated) ih Legally married (and not separated) ih Legally married (and not separated)
ih Separated, but still legally married ih Separated, but still legally married ih Separated, but still legally married
ih Divorced ih Divorced ih Divorced
ih Widowed ih Widowed ih Widowed

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes

ih No ih No ih No

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
ih Son or daughter of Person 1 ih Son or daughter of Person 1 ih Son or daughter of Person 1
ih Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of Person 1 ih Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of Person 1 ih Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of Person 1
ih Grandchild of Person 1 ih Grandchild of Person 1 ih Grandchild of Person 1
ih Father or mother of Person 1 ih Father or mother of Person 1 ih Father or mother of Person 1
ih Father-in-law or mother-in-law of Person 1 ih Father-in-law or mother-in-law of Person 1 ih Father-in-law or mother-in-law of Person 1
ih Grandparent of Person 1 ih Grandparent of Person 1 ih Grandparent of Person 1
ih Brother or sister of Person 1 ih Brother or sister of Person 1 ih Brother or sister of Person 1
ih Brother-in-law or sister-in-law of Person 1 ih Brother-in-law or sister-in-law of Person 1 ih Brother-in-law or sister-in-law of Person 1
ih Lodger or boarder ih Lodger or boarder ih Lodger or boarder
ih Room-mate ih Room-mate ih Room-mate
Other — Specify Other — Specify Other — Specify

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ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING

Does this person have any


7 difficulty hearing, seeing,
communicating, walking,
ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes
ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
climbing stairs, bending,
learning or doing any similar ih No ih No
activities?
O N LY
8 Does a physical condition or
M AT ION
mental condition or health
problem reduce the amount
I N F OR
or the kind of activity this
person can do: FOR
(a) at home? ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes
ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
ih No ih No

(b) at work or at school? ih Yes, sometimes ih No ih Yes, sometimes ih No


ih Yes, often ih Not applicable ih Yes, often ih Not applicable

(c) in other activities, for example, ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes


transportation or leisure?
ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
ih No ih No

SOCIOCULTURAL INFORMATION
Born in Canada Born in Canada

Where was this person born? ih Nfld.Lab. ih Manitoba ih Nfld.Lab. ih Manitoba


9 ih P.E.I. ih Sask. ih P.E.I. ih Sask.
Specify one response only, according to ih N.S. ih Alberta ih N.S. ih Alberta
present boundaries.
ih N.B. ih B.C. ih N.B. ih B.C.
ih Quebec ih Yukon ih Quebec ih Yukon
ih Ontario ih N.W.T. ih Ontario ih N.W.T.
ih Nunavut ih Nunavut
Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country

10 Ofperson
what country is this
a citizen?
ih Canada, by birth
ih Canada, by naturalization
ih Canada, by birth
ih Canada, by naturalization
Indicate more than one citizenship, if applicable.
“ Canada, by naturalization ” refers to the Other country — Specify Other country — Specify
process by which an immigrant is granted
citizenship of Canada, under the Citizenship
Act.

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ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes
ih Yes, often ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
ih No ih No ih No

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
ih Yes, sometimes
FOR ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes
ih Yes, often ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes, sometimes ih No ih Yes, sometimes ih No ih Yes, sometimes ih No


ih Yes, often ih Not applicable ih Yes, often ih Not applicable ih Yes, often ih Not applicable

ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes ih Yes, sometimes


ih Yes, often ih Yes, often ih Yes, often
ih No ih No ih No

Born in Canada Born in Canada Born in Canada


ih Nfld.Lab. ih Manitoba ih Nfld.Lab. ih Manitoba ih Nfld.Lab. ih Manitoba
ih P.E.I. ih Sask. ih P.E.I. ih Sask. ih P.E.I. ih Sask.
ih N.S. ih Alberta ih N.S. ih Alberta ih N.S. ih Alberta
ih N.B. ih B.C. ih N.B. ih B.C. ih N.B. ih B.C.
ih Quebec ih Yukon ih Quebec ih Yukon ih Quebec ih Yukon
ih Ontario ih N.W.T. ih Ontario ih N.W.T. ih Ontario ih N.W.T.
ih Nunavut ih Nunavut ih Nunavut
Born outside Canada Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country Specify country

ih Canada, by birth ih Canada, by birth ih Canada, by birth


ih Canada, by naturalization ih Canada, by naturalization ih Canada, by naturalization
Other country — Specify Other country — Specify Other country — Specify

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11 Isthis
this person now, or has
person ever been, a


landed immigrant? ih No Go to Question 13 ih No Go to Question 13
A “ landed immigrant ” (permanent resident)
is a person who has been granted the right ih Yes ih Yes
to live in Canada permanently by
I O N O N LY
T
INFORMA
immigration authorities.

12 In what year did this person


first become a landed
FOR
Year Year
If exact year is not known, If exact year is not known,
immigrant? enter best estimate. enter best estimate.

ih English only ih English only


13 Can this person speak
English or French well
enough to conduct a ih French only ih French only
conversation? ih Both English and French ih Both English and French
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n

ih Neither English nor French ih Neither English nor French

ih None ih None
14 What language(s), other
than English or French,
can this person speak well
OR OR
enough to conduct a Specify other language(s) Specify other language(s)
conversation?

ih English ih English
15 (a) What language does
this person speak most
often at home? ih French ih French
Other — Specify Other — Specify

(b) Does this person speak ih No ih No


any other languages
on a regular basis ih Yes, English ih Yes, English
at home? ih Yes, French ih Yes, French
Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify

16 What is the language that


this person first learned
at home in childhood and
ih English ih English
ih French ih French
still understands?
If this person no longer understands the first Other — Specify Other — Specify
language learned, indicate the second
language learned.

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ih No Go to Question 13 ih No Go to Question 13 ih No Go to Question 13

ih Yes

T
ih Yes

I O N O N LY ih Yes

R I N F O R MA
Year FO Year Year
If exact year is not known, If exact year is not known, If exact year is not known,
enter best estimate. enter best estimate. enter best estimate.

ih English only ih English only ih English only


ih French only ih French only ih French only
ih Both English and French ih Both English and French ih Both English and French
ih Neither English nor French ih Neither English nor French ih Neither English nor French

ih None ih None ih None


OR OR OR
Specify other language(s) Specify other language(s) Specify other language(s)

ih English ih English ih English


ih French ih French ih French
Other — Specify Other — Specify Other — Specify

ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes, English ih Yes, English ih Yes, English
ih Yes, French ih Yes, French ih Yes, French
Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify

ih English ih English ih English


ih French ih French ih French
Other — Specify Other — Specify Other — Specify

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The census has collected information on
the ancestral origins of the population
for over 100 years to capture the composition
of Canada’s diverse population.

Specify as many origins as applicable Specify as many origins as applicable


using capital letters. using capital letters.

17 What were the ethnic


or cultural origins of
this person’s ancestors?
An ancestor is usually more distant than
O N LY
a grandparent.

M AT ION
For example, Canadian, English, French,
I N F OR
FOR
Chinese, Italian, German, Scottish,
East Indian, Irish, Cree, Mi’kmaq (Micmac),
Métis, Inuit (Eskimo), Ukrainian, Dutch,
Filipino, Polish, Portuguese, Jewish,
Greek, Jamaican, Vietnamese, Lebanese,
Chilean, Salvadorean, Somali, etc.

18 Isperson,
this person an Aboriginal


ih No Continue with the ih No Continue with the
that is, North next question next question
American Indian, Métis or
Inuit (Eskimo)? ih Yes, North American ih Yes, North American


Indian Indian
If “ Yes”, mark “ inh” the circle(s) that best
n
Go to Go to
describe(s) this person now. ih Yes, Métis Question ih Yes, Métis Question
20 20
ih Yes, Inuit (Eskimo) ih Yes, Inuit (Eskimo)

ih White ih White
19 Is this person: ih Chinese ih Chinese
Mark “ inh” more than one or specify, if
n

applicable. ih South Asian (e.g., East Indian, ih South Asian (e.g., East Indian,
Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.) Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)

ih Black ih Black
ih Filipino ih Filipino
This information is collected to support ih Latin American ih Latin American
programs that promote equal opportunity for
everyone to share in the social, cultural and ih Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, ih Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese,
economic life of Canada. Cambodian, Malaysian, Cambodian, Malaysian,
Laotian, etc.) Laotian, etc.)

ih Arab ih Arab
ih West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.) ih West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.)

ih Korean ih Korean
ih Japanese ih Japanese
Other — Specify Other — Specify

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Specify as many origins as applicable Specify as many origins as applicable Specify as many origins as applicable
using capital letters. using capital letters. using capital letters.

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR


ih No Continue with the ih No Continue with the ih No Continue with the
next question next question next question

ih Yes, North American ih Yes, North American ih Yes, North American



Indian Indian Indian
Go to Go to Go to
ih Yes, Métis Question ih Yes, Métis Question ih Yes, Métis Question
20 20 20
ih Yes, Inuit (Eskimo) ih Yes, Inuit (Eskimo) ih Yes, Inuit (Eskimo)

ih White ih White ih White


ih Chinese ih Chinese ih Chinese
ih South Asian (e.g., East Indian, ih South Asian (e.g., East Indian, ih South Asian (e.g., East Indian,
Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.) Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.) Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)

ih Black ih Black ih Black


ih Filipino ih Filipino ih Filipino
ih Latin American ih Latin American ih Latin American
ih Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, ih Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, ih Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese,
Cambodian, Malaysian, Cambodian, Malaysian, Cambodian, Malaysian,
Laotian, etc.) Laotian, etc.) Laotian, etc.)

ih Arab ih Arab ih Arab


ih West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.) ih West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.) ih West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.)

ih Korean ih Korean ih Korean


ih Japanese ih Japanese ih Japanese
Other — Specify Other — Specify Other — Specify

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ih No ih No
20 IsofNation?
this person a member
an Indian Band / First
ih Yes, member of an Indian Band / First ih Yes, member of an Indian Band / First
Nation Nation

Specify Indian Band / First Nation Specify Indian Band / First Nation
▼ (for example, Musqueam) ▼ (for example, Musqueam)

21 IsIndian
this person a Treaty
or a Registered
Indian as defined by the
ih No ih No

Indian Act of Canada? ih Yes, Treaty Indian or Registered Indian ih Yes, Treaty Indian or Registered Indian

22 Answer Questions 23 to 52
for each person aged 15
and over.
Continue only for each person
aged 15 years and over
Continue only for each person
aged 15 years and over
(born before May 16, 1991). (born before May 16, 1991).

MOBILITY

ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now
23 Where did this person
live 1 year ago, that is, on
May 16, 2005? ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the
same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township,
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n
municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve

ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village,
Note: township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve
in Canada in Canada
For those who mark the third circle:
Please give the name of the city or town
▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of:
rather than the metropolitan area of which City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
it is a part. Indian reserve Indian reserve
For example:
O N LY
ION
• Saanich rather than Victoria
(metropolitan area);
M AT
• St. Albert rather than Edmonton
I N F OR
FOR
(metropolitan area);
• Laval rather than Montréal Province / territory Province / territory
(metropolitan area).

Postal code Postal code

ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada


Specify name of country Specify name of country
▼ ▼

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ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes, member of an Indian Band / First ih Yes, member of an Indian Band / First ih Yes, member of an Indian Band / First
Nation Nation Nation

Specify Indian Band / First Nation Specify Indian Band / First Nation Specify Indian Band / First Nation
▼ (for example, Musqueam) ▼ (for example, Musqueam) ▼ (for example, Musqueam)

ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes, Treaty Indian or Registered Indian ih Yes, Treaty Indian or Registered Indian ih Yes, Treaty Indian or Registered Indian

Continue only for each person Continue only for each person Continue only for each person
aged 15 years and over aged 15 years and over aged 15 years and over
(born before May 16, 1991). (born before May 16, 1991). (born before May 16, 1991).

ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now
ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the
same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township,
municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve

ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village,
township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve
in Canada in Canada in Canada
▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of:
City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
Indian reserve Indian reserve Indian reserve

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
Province / territory Province / territory Province / territory

Postal code Postal code Postal code

ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada


Specify name of country Specify name of country Specify name of country
▼ ▼ ▼

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Remember, these questions are only for persons aged 15 and over.
ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now
24 Where did this person
live 5 years ago, that is, on
May 16, 2001? ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the
same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township,
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n
municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve

ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village,
Note: township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve
in Canada in Canada
For those who mark the third circle:
Please give the name of the city or town
▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of:
rather than the metropolitan area of which City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
it is a part. Indian reserve Indian reserve
For example:
• Saanich rather than Victoria
(metropolitan area);
• St. Albert rather than Edmonton
(metropolitan area);
• Laval rather than Montréal Province / territory Province / territory
(metropolitan area).

Postal code Postal code

ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada


Specify name of country Specify name of country
▼ ▼

N O N LY
PLACE OF BIRTH OF PARENTS
OR M AT I O
I N F
25 Where was each of this
person’s parents born? FOR
(a) Father Father Father

Mark “ inh” or specify country according to


n ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada
present boundaries.
Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country

(b) Mother Mother Mother

Mark “ inh” or specify country according to


n ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada
present boundaries.
Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country

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Remember, these questions are only for persons aged 15 and over.
ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now ih Lived at the same address as now
ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the ih Lived at a different address in the
same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township, same city, town, village, township,
municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve municipality or Indian reserve

ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village, ih Lived in a different city, town, village,
township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve township, municipality or Indian reserve
in Canada in Canada in Canada
▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of: ▼ Specify name of:
City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
Indian reserve Indian reserve Indian reserve

Province / territory Province / territory Province / territory

Postal code Postal code Postal code

ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada ih Lived outside Canada


Specify name of country Specify name of country Specify name of country
▼ ▼ ▼

O N LY
M AT ION
I N F OR
FOR
Father Father Father

ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada


Born outside Canada Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country Specify country

Mother Mother Mother

ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada ih Born in Canada


Born outside Canada Born outside Canada Born outside Canada
Specify country Specify country Specify country

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Remember, these questions are only for persons aged 15 and over.
EDUCATION

26 Has this person completed


a secondary (high) school
diploma or equivalent?
Secondary (high) school diploma
or certificate
Secondary (high) school diploma
or certificate

ih Yes, secondary (high) school diploma ih Yes, secondary (high) school diploma
Examples of secondary (high) school ih Yes, secondary (high) school equivalency ih Yes, secondary (high) school equivalency
equivalency certificates are General certificate certificate
Educational Development (GED) and
Adult Basic Education (ABE). ih No ih No

27 Has this person completed a


Registered Apprenticeship
or other trades certificate
Registered Apprenticeship or trades
certificate or diploma
Registered Apprenticeship or trades
certificate or diploma

ih Yes, Registered Apprenticeship ih Yes, Registered Apprenticeship


or diploma? certificate certificate
Mark “ inh” as many circles as applicable.
n
ih Yes, other trades certificate ih Yes, other trades certificate
or diploma or diploma
For example:
• hairdressing
• CNC machinist ih No

AT I O N O N LY ih No

FOR INFORM
Has this person completed College, CEGEP or other non-university College, CEGEP or other non-university
28 a college, CEGEP, or
other non-university
certificate or diploma certificate or diploma

ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from


certificate or diploma? a program of less than 3 months a program of less than 3 months
Mark “ inh” as many circles as applicable.
n ih Yes, certificate or diploma from a program ih Yes, certificate or diploma from a program
of 3 months to less than 1 year of 3 months to less than 1 year
For example:
ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from
• accounting technology
a program of 1 to 2 years a program of 1 to 2 years
• real estate agent
• industrial engineering technology ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from
a program of more than 2 years a program of more than 2 years
ih No ih No

29 Has this person completed


a university degree,
certificate or diploma?
University degree, certificate or diploma

ih Yes, certificate or diploma below


University degree, certificate or diploma

ih Yes, certificate or diploma below


bachelor level bachelor level
Mark “ inh” as many circles as applicable.
n
ih Yes, bachelor’s degree (including LL.B.) ih Yes, bachelor’s degree (including LL.B.)
ih Yes, certificate or diploma above ih Yes, certificate or diploma above
bachelor level bachelor level
ih Yes, master’s degree ih Yes, master’s degree
ih Yes, degree in medicine, dentistry, ih Yes, degree in medicine, dentistry,
veterinary medicine or optometry veterinary medicine or optometry

ih Yes, earned doctorate ih Yes, earned doctorate


ih No ih No

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Secondary (high) school diploma Secondary (high) school diploma Secondary (high) school diploma
or certificate or certificate or certificate

ih Yes, secondary (high) school diploma ih Yes, secondary (high) school diploma ih Yes, secondary (high) school diploma
ih Yes, secondary (high) school equivalency ih Yes, secondary (high) school equivalency ih Yes, secondary (high) school equivalency
certificate certificate certificate

ih No ih No ih No

Registered Apprenticeship or trades Registered Apprenticeship or trades Registered Apprenticeship or trades


certificate or diploma certificate or diploma certificate or diploma

ih Yes, Registered Apprenticeship ih Yes, Registered Apprenticeship ih Yes, Registered Apprenticeship


certificate certificate certificate

ih Yes, other trades certificate ih Yes, other trades certificate ih Yes, other trades certificate
or diploma or diploma or diploma

ih No
I O N O N LY
ih No ih No
T
FOR INFORMA
College, CEGEP or other non-university College, CEGEP or other non-university College, CEGEP or other non-university
certificate or diploma certificate or diploma certificate or diploma

ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from
a program of less than 3 months a program of less than 3 months a program of less than 3 months
ih Yes, certificate or diploma from a program ih Yes, certificate or diploma from a program ih Yes, certificate or diploma from a program
of 3 months to less than 1 year of 3 months to less than 1 year of 3 months to less than 1 year
ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from
a program of 1 to 2 years a program of 1 to 2 years a program of 1 to 2 years
ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from ih Yes, certificate or diploma from
a program of more than 2 years a program of more than 2 years a program of more than 2 years
ih No ih No ih No

University degree, certificate or diploma University degree, certificate or diploma University degree, certificate or diploma

ih Yes, certificate or diploma below ih Yes, certificate or diploma below ih Yes, certificate or diploma below
bachelor level bachelor level bachelor level
ih Yes, bachelor’s degree (including LL.B.) ih Yes, bachelor’s degree (including LL.B.) ih Yes, bachelor’s degree (including LL.B.)
ih Yes, certificate or diploma above ih Yes, certificate or diploma above ih Yes, certificate or diploma above
bachelor level bachelor level bachelor level
ih Yes, master’s degree ih Yes, master’s degree ih Yes, master’s degree
ih Yes, degree in medicine, dentistry, ih Yes, degree in medicine, dentistry, ih Yes, degree in medicine, dentistry,
veterinary medicine or optometry veterinary medicine or optometry veterinary medicine or optometry

ih Yes, earned doctorate ih Yes, earned doctorate ih Yes, earned doctorate


ih No ih No ih No

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30 What was the major field


of study of the highest
degree, certificate or diploma
Major field of study of highest degree,
certificate or diploma
Major field of study of highest degree,
certificate or diploma
that this person completed?
Please be specific. For example:
• automobile mechanics
• civil engineering

O N LY
ION
• dental technology
• aircraft mechanics
M AT
• medical laboratory technology

I N F OR
FOR
• day-care
• agricultural economics

Print in capital letters as follows:

C O M P U T E R E N OR OR

ih No certificate ih No certificate
G I N E E R I N G T


or diploma Go to or diploma Go to
(higher than Question 32 (higher than Question 32
high school) high school)
E C H N O L O G Y

31 Inorcomplete
what province, territory
country did this person
his / her highest
In Canada
Specify province or territory
In Canada
Specify province or territory

degree, certificate or
diploma?

OR OR
Outside Canada Outside Canada
Specify country Specify country

32 Has this person attended


a school, college, CEGEP
or university at any time
ih Yes, attended elementary, junior high
school or high school
ih Yes, attended elementary, junior high
school or high school
since September 2005?
ih Yes, attended trade school, college, ih Yes, attended trade school, college,
Mark “ inh” as many circles as applicable.
n
CEGEP or other non-university CEGEP or other non-university
institution institution

ih Yes, attended university ih Yes, attended university


ih No, did not attend school at any time ih No, did not attend school at any time
since September 2005 since September 2005

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Major field of study of highest degree, Major field of study of highest degree, Major field of study of highest degree,
certificate or diploma certificate or diploma certificate or diploma

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
OR OR OR

ih No certificate ih No certificate ih No certificate



or diploma Go to or diploma Go to or diploma Go to
(higher than Question 32 (higher than Question 32 (higher than Question 32
high school) high school) high school)

In Canada In Canada In Canada


Specify province or territory Specify province or territory Specify province or territory

OR OR OR
Outside Canada Outside Canada Outside Canada
Specify country Specify country Specify country

ih Yes, attended elementary, junior high ih Yes, attended elementary, junior high ih Yes, attended elementary, junior high
school or high school school or high school school or high school

ih Yes, attended trade school, college, ih Yes, attended trade school, college, ih Yes, attended trade school, college,
CEGEP or other non-university CEGEP or other non-university CEGEP or other non-university
institution institution institution

ih Yes, attended university ih Yes, attended university ih Yes, attended university


ih No, did not attend school at any time ih No, did not attend school at any time ih No, did not attend school at any time
since September 2005 since September 2005 since September 2005

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HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES

Note:
Last week refers to Sunday, May 7, to Saturday, May 13, 2006.

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O N Y
In Question 33, report all time spent on each activity, even if two or more activities took place at the same time.
L
M AT ION
I N F OR
33 Last FOR
week, how many
hours did this person spend
doing the following
activities:

(a) doing unpaid housework, yard


work or home maintenance for ih None ih None
members of this household, or ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
others?
ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours
Some examples include: preparing
meals, washing the car, doing laundry, ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours
cutting the grass, shopping, household
planning, etc. ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours
ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more

(b) looking after one or more of ih None ih None


this person’s own children, or
ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
the children of others,
without pay? ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours
Some examples include: bathing or ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours
playing with young children, driving
children to sports activities or helping ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours
them with homework, talking with
teens about their problems, etc. ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more

(c) providing unpaid care or


assistance to one or more ih None ih None
seniors?
ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
Some examples include: providing
personal care to a senior family ih 5 to 9 hours ih 5 to 9 hours
member, visiting seniors, talking with
them on the telephone, helping them ih 10 to 19 hours ih 10 to 19 hours
with shopping, banking or with taking
medication, etc. ih 20 hours or more ih 20 hours or more

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N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR

ih None ih None ih None


ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours
ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours
ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours
ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more

ih None ih None ih None


ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours ih 5 to 14 hours
ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours ih 15 to 29 hours
ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours ih 30 to 59 hours
ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more ih 60 hours or more

ih None ih None ih None


ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours ih Less than 5 hours
ih 5 to 9 hours ih 5 to 9 hours ih 5 to 9 hours
ih 10 to 19 hours ih 10 to 19 hours ih 10 to 19 hours
ih 20 hours or more ih 20 hours or more ih 20 hours or more

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LABOUR MARKET ACTIVITIES

34 Last week, how many hours


did this person spend
working for pay or in
self-employment? Number of hours (to the nearest hour) Number of hours (to the nearest hour)


Please enter the total number of hours Go to Go to
worked for pay or in self-employment at all Question 40 Question 40
jobs held last week.
Include: OR OR
• working for wages, salary, tips or ▼


Continue with the Continue with the
commission; ih None ih None
next question next question
• working in his / her own business, farm or
professional practice, alone or in
partnership;
• working directly towards the operation of a
family farm or business without formal pay
arrangements (e.g., assisting in seeding,
doing accounts).
N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
35 Last week, was this person
on temporary lay-off or
absent from his / her job
or business? ih No ih No

Mark “ inh” one circle only.


n
ih Yes, on temporary lay-off from a job to ih Yes, on temporary lay-off from a job to
which this person expects to return which this person expects to return

ih Yes, on vacation, ill, on strike or ih Yes, on vacation, ill, on strike or


locked out, or absent for other locked out, or absent for other
reasons reasons

36 Last week, did this person


have definite arrangements
to start a new job within the ih No ih No
next four weeks?
ih Yes ih Yes

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Number of hours (to the nearest hour) Number of hours (to the nearest hour) Number of hours (to the nearest hour)


Go to Go to Go to
Question 40 Question 40 Question 40

OR OR OR


Continue with the Continue with the Continue with the
ih None ih None ih None
next question next question next question

O N LY
M AT ION
I N F OR
FOR

ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes, on temporary lay-off from a job to ih Yes, on temporary lay-off from a job to ih Yes, on temporary lay-off from a job to
which this person expects to return which this person expects to return which this person expects to return

ih Yes, on vacation, ill, on strike or ih Yes, on vacation, ill, on strike or ih Yes, on vacation, ill, on strike or
locked out, or absent for other locked out, or absent for other locked out, or absent for other
reasons reasons reasons

ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes

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37 Did this person look for


paid work during the


past four weeks? ih No Go to Question 39 ih No Go to Question 39

For example, did this person contact an


employment centre, check with employers,
ih Yes, looked for full-time work ih Yes, looked for full-time work
place or answer newspaper ads, etc.? ih Yes, looked for part-time work ih Yes, looked for part-time work
(less than 30 hours per week) (less than 30 hours per week)
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n

O N LY
M AT ION
I N F OR
38 Could this person have
started a job last week
FOR
had one been available? ih Yes, could have started a job ih Yes, could have started a job
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n ih No, already had a job ih No, already had a job
ih No, because of temporary illness ih No, because of temporary illness
or disability or disability

ih No, because of personal or family ih No, because of personal or family


responsibilities responsibilities

ih No, going to school ih No, going to school


ih No, other reasons ih No, other reasons

39 When did this person


last work for pay or in

self-employment, even ih In 2006 Continue with the


ih In 2006 Continue with the
for a few days? next question next question

Mark “ inh” one circle only.


n

Continue with the Continue with the


ih In 2005 next question
ih In 2005 next question

Go to Go to
ih Before 2005 Question 51
ih Before 2005 Question 51

ih Never Go to Question 51 ih Never Go to Question 51

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ih No Go to Question 39 ih No Go to Question 39 ih No Go to Question 39

ih Yes, looked for full-time work ih Yes, looked for full-time work ih Yes, looked for full-time work
ih Yes, looked for part-time work ih Yes, looked for part-time work ih Yes, looked for part-time work
(less than 30 hours per week) (less than 30 hours per week) (less than 30 hours per week)

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
ih Yes, could have started a job ih Yes, could have started a job ih Yes, could have started a job
ih No, already had a job ih No, already had a job ih No, already had a job
ih No, because of temporary illness ih No, because of temporary illness ih No, because of temporary illness
or disability or disability or disability

ih No, because of personal or family ih No, because of personal or family ih No, because of personal or family
responsibilities responsibilities responsibilities

ih No, going to school ih No, going to school ih No, going to school


ih No, other reasons ih No, other reasons ih No, other reasons

Continue with the Continue with the Continue with the


ih In 2006 ih In 2006 ih In 2006
next question next question next question

Continue with the Continue with the Continue with the


ih In 2005 next question
ih In 2005 next question
ih In 2005 next question

Go to Go to Go to
ih Before 2005 Question 51
ih Before 2005 Question 51
ih Before 2005 Question 51

ih Never Go to Question 51 ih Never Go to Question 51 ih Never Go to Question 51

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Note: Questions 40 to 48 refer to this person’s job or business last week. If this person held no job last week, answer for the job of longest
duration since January 1, 2005. If this person held more than one job last week, answer for the job at which he / she worked the most hours.

40 For whom did this person


work?
Name of firm, government agency, etc. Name of firm, government agency, etc.

For self-employed persons, enter the name


of their business. If the business does not
O N LY
ION
have a name, enter the person’s name.

M AT
Print in capital letters as follows:
I N F OR
FOR
Name of firm, government agency, etc.

A B C C ON C R E T
Section, plant, department, etc. (if applicable) Section, plant, department, etc. (if applicable)

E P R O D U C T S

L I M I T E D

41 What kind of business,


industry or service was this? Kind of business, industry or service Kind of business, industry or service

Please give details. For example:


• new home construction
• primary school
• municipal police
• wheat farm
• shoe store
• food wholesale
• car parts factory

42 What was this person’s


work or occupation?
Occupation Occupation

Please be specific. For example:


• legal secretary
• plumber
• fishing guide
• wood furniture assembler
• secondary school teacher
(If in the Armed Forces, give rank.)

43 Inthis
this work, what were
person’s main
activities?
Main activities Main activities

Please give details. For example:


• prepared legal documents
• installed residential plumbing
• guided fishing parties
• made wood furniture products
• taught mathematics

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Name of firm, government agency, etc. Name of firm, government agency, etc. Name of firm, government agency, etc.

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
Section, plant, department, etc. (if applicable) Section, plant, department, etc. (if applicable) Section, plant, department, etc. (if applicable)

Kind of business, industry or service Kind of business, industry or service Kind of business, industry or service

Occupation Occupation Occupation

Main activities Main activities Main activities

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ih working for wages, salary, tips or ih working for wages, salary, tips or
44 Inthisthisperson
job or business, was
mainly: commission? commission?


Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
n

ih working without pay for his / her spouse ih working without pay for his / her spouse
or another relative in a family farm or or another relative in a family farm or
business? business?


Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46

ih self-employed without paid help ih self-employed without paid help


(alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)?

ih self-employed with paid help ih self-employed with paid help


(alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)?

45 Ifperson’s
self-employed, was this
farm or business
incorporated?
ih No ih No
ih Yes ih Yes

ih Worked at home (including farms) ih Worked at home (including farms)


46 Atperson
what address did this
usually work most


Go to Question 48 Go to Question 48
of the time?
ih Worked outside Canada ih Worked outside Canada
Example: 365 Laurier Ave. West

Go to Question 48 ▼ Go to Question 48

Number
ih No fixed workplace address ih No fixed workplace address
Name

Go to Question 47 Go to Question 47
Type
ih Worked at the address specified below: ih Worked at the address specified below:
Direction Specify complete address Specify complete address

If direction (e.g., North, South, East or West) Street address (see example) Street address (see example)
is a part of the street address, please
include it.

N O N LY
AT I O
If street address is unknown or if the
address is a post office box, specify the
building or nearest street intersection.
F OR M
I N
FOR
Do not give a post office box number.
Please give the name of the city or town
rather than the metropolitan area of which it
is a part. City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
Indian reserve Indian reserve
For example:
• Saanich rather than Victoria
(metropolitan area);
• St. Albert rather than Edmonton
(metropolitan area);
• Laval rather than Montréal Province / territory Province / territory
(metropolitan area).
If the address of work is different than the
address of the employer, please provide the
address where this person actually works Postal code Postal code
(e.g., school teachers should provide the
address of their school, not the address of
the school board).

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ih working for wages, salary, tips or ih working for wages, salary, tips or ih working for wages, salary, tips or
commission? commission? commission?


Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46

ih working without pay for his / her spouse ih working without pay for his / her spouse ih working without pay for his / her spouse
or another relative in a family farm or or another relative in a family farm or or another relative in a family farm or
business? business? business?


Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46 Go to Question 46

ih self-employed without paid help ih self-employed without paid help ih self-employed without paid help
(alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)?

ih self-employed with paid help ih self-employed with paid help ih self-employed with paid help
(alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)? (alone or in partnership)?

ih No ih No ih No
ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes

ih Worked at home (including farms) ih Worked at home (including farms) ih Worked at home (including farms)


Go to Question 48 Go to Question 48 Go to Question 48

ih Worked outside Canada ih Worked outside Canada ih Worked outside Canada



Go to Question 48 Go to Question 48 Go to Question 48

ih No fixed workplace address ih No fixed workplace address ih No fixed workplace address



Go to Question 47 Go to Question 47 Go to Question 47

ih Worked at the address specified below: ih Worked at the address specified below: ih Worked at the address specified below:
Specify complete address Specify complete address Specify complete address
Street address (see example) Street address (see example) Street address (see example)

O N LY
M AT ION
I N F OR
FOR
City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or City, town, village, township, municipality or
Indian reserve Indian reserve Indian reserve

Province / territory Province / territory Province / territory

Postal code Postal code Postal code

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47 How did this person usually


get to work?
ih Car, truck or van — as driver ih Car, truck or van — as driver
If this person used more than one method of
transportation, mark the one used for
most of the travel distance. ih Car, truck or van — as passenger ih Car, truck or van — as passenger

ih Public transit (e.g., bus, streetcar, ih Public transit (e.g., bus, streetcar,
subway, light-rail transit, commuter subway, light-rail transit, commuter
train, ferry) train, ferry)

ih Walked to work ih Walked to work


ih Bicycle ih Bicycle
ih Motorcycle ih Motorcycle
ih Taxicab ih Taxicab
ih Other method ih Other method

48 (a) language
In this job, what
did this person
use most often? ih English ih English
ih French ih French
Other — Specify Other — Specify

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
(b) Did this person use any
other languages on
FOR
a regular basis in ih No ih No
this job?
ih Yes, English ih Yes, English
ih Yes, French ih Yes, French
Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify

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ih Car, truck or van — as driver ih Car, truck or van — as driver ih Car, truck or van — as driver

ih Car, truck or van — as passenger ih Car, truck or van — as passenger ih Car, truck or van — as passenger

ih Public transit (e.g., bus, streetcar, ih Public transit (e.g., bus, streetcar, ih Public transit (e.g., bus, streetcar,
subway, light-rail transit, commuter subway, light-rail transit, commuter subway, light-rail transit, commuter
train, ferry) train, ferry) train, ferry)

ih Walked to work ih Walked to work ih Walked to work


ih Bicycle ih Bicycle ih Bicycle
ih Motorcycle ih Motorcycle ih Motorcycle
ih Taxicab ih Taxicab ih Taxicab
ih Other method ih Other method ih Other method

ih English ih English ih English


ih French ih French ih French
Other — Specify Other — Specify Other — Specify

O N LY
M AT ION
I N F OR
ih No
FOR ih No ih No
ih Yes, English ih Yes, English ih Yes, English
ih Yes, French ih Yes, French ih Yes, French
Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify Yes, Other — Specify

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49 Inthishowperson
many weeks did
work in 2005?
Please enter the total number of weeks
worked for pay or in self-employment at all
jobs held in 2005.


ih None Go to ih None Go to
Include those weeks in which this person:
Question 51 Question 51
• was on vacation or sick leave with pay;
OR OR
• worked full time or part time;


Number of weeks Number of weeks
• worked for wages, salary, tips or
commission;

• was self-employed;
O N LY
• worked directly towards the operation of a
M AT ION
family farm or business without formal
pay arrangements.
I N F OR
FOR
50 During most of those
weeks, did this person work
full time or part time?
ih Full time (30 hours or more per week) ih Full time (30 hours or more per week)

Mark “ inh” one circle only.


n
ih Part time (less than 30 hours per week) ih Part time (less than 30 hours per week)

INCOME IN 2005

51 Toavailable
save time, each person can give Statistics Canada permission to use the income information already
in his / her income tax files instead of answering Question 52.

• This option is only available for persons who filed a tax return for the year ending December 31, 2005.
• Please note that your income tax information will be used for statistical purposes only.

Does this person give Statistics


Canada permission to use ih Yes Person 1 agrees. ih Yes Person 2 agrees.


the income information already Go to Question 53 Go to Question 53
available in his / her income
tax files for the year ending

December 31, 2005? ih No Continue with Question 52 ih No Continue with Question 52

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ih None Go to ih None Go to ih None Go to
Question 51 Question 51 Question 51

OR OR OR


Number of weeks Number of weeks Number of weeks

N O N LY
M AT I O
R I N FOR
FO
ih Full time (30 hours or more per week) ih Full time (30 hours or more per week) ih Full time (30 hours or more per week)

ih Part time (less than 30 hours per week) ih Part time (less than 30 hours per week) ih Part time (less than 30 hours per week)

ih Yes Person 3 agrees. ih Yes Person 4 agrees. ih Yes Person 5 agrees.


Go to Question 53 Go to Question 53 Go to Question 53

ih No Continue with Question 52 ih No Continue with Question 52 ih No Continue with Question 52

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52 During the year ending December 31, 2005, did this person receive any income from the sources
listed below?
Answer “ Yes ” or “ No” for all sources. If “ Yes ”, also enter the amount; in case of a loss, also mark “ Loss ”.

PAID EMPLOYMENT:
(a) Total wages and salaries, ih Yes ih Yes
including commissions, bonuses,


tips, taxable benefits, research $ .00 $ .00
grants, royalties, etc., before
ih No ih No
any deductions

N O N LY
SELF-EMPLOYMENT:
OR M AT I O
ih Yes
I N F ih Yes
FOR
(b) Net farm income (gross receipts
minus expenses), including grants


and subsidies under farm-support
programs, marketing board
$ .00 $ .00
payments, gross insurance
proceeds ih Loss ih Loss
ih No ih No

(c) Net non-farm income from ih Yes ih Yes


unincorporated business,


professional practice, etc.
(gross receipts minus expenses) $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

INCOME FROM GOVERNMENT:


ih Yes ih Yes
(d) Child benefits, such as child tax

benefits, family allowances


(federal, provincial and territorial) $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No

(e) Old Age Security Pension, ih Yes ih Yes


Guaranteed Income Supplement,

Allowance and Allowance for the


Survivor from federal government $ .00 $ .00
only (provincial income supplements
should be reported in (h)) ih No ih No

(f) Benefits from Canada or Quebec ih Yes ih Yes


Pension Plan

$ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No

(g) Benefits from Employment ih Yes ih Yes


Insurance (total benefits before

tax deductions)
$ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No

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Remember, these questions are only for persons aged 15 and over.

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes



$ .00 $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No

O N LY ih No

M AT ION
ih Yes
I N F OR
ih Yes ih Yes
OR $
F.00


$ .00 $ .00
ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 ▼$ .00


ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


ih No ih No ih No

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(h) Other income from government
sources, such as provincial income
supplements and grants, the ih Yes ih Yes
GST/QST/ HST credit, provincial


tax credits, workers’ compensation,
veterans’ pensions, welfare $ .00 $ .00
payments
ih No ih No

O N LY
M AT ION
OTHER INCOME:
I N F OR
(i) Dividends, interest on bonds,
deposits and savings certificates,
ih Yes
FOR ih Yes


and other investment income,
such as net rents from real estate,
$ .00 $ .00
interest from mortgages. Do not
include capital gains / losses. ih Loss ih Loss
ih No ih No

(j) Retirement pensions, ih Yes ih Yes


superannuation and annuities,


including those from RRSPs and
RRIFs. Do not include withdrawals $ .00 $ .00
from a pension plan or RRSP. ih No ih No

(k) Other money income, such as ih Yes ih Yes


alimony, child support,


scholarships
$ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No

TOTAL INCOME in 2005 from ih Yes ih Yes


all sources

$ .00 $ .00
ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

INCOME TAX PAID on 2005


income (federal, provincial $ .00 $ .00


and territorial)

The following question is for all persons who usually live here including those less
than 15 years old. If you are answering on behalf of other people, please consult
each person.
Statistics Act guarantees the confidentiality of your census information. Only if you mark
53 The
“ YES ” to this question will your personal information be made public, 92 years after the 2006
Census. If you mark “ NO ” or leave the answer blank, your personal information will never be
made publicly available.
Does this person agree to make
his / her 2006 Census information ih Yes ih Yes
available for public release in 2098
(92 years after the census)? ih No ih No

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questions about this dwelling.
P E R SO N 3 P E R SO N 4 P E R SO N 5
Family name Family name Family name

Given name Given name Given name

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes



$ .00 $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No ih No

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
ih Yes
FOR ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes



$ .00 $ .00 $ .00
ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 ▼ $ .00


ih No ih No ih No

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss ih No ih Loss

$ .00 $ .00 $ .00


The following question is for all persons who usually live here including those less
than 15 years old. If you are answering on behalf of other people, please consult
each person.

ih Yes ih Yes ih Yes


ih No ih No ih No

0337 §$F¨ Turn the page and answer the


questions about this dwelling. Page 37
STEP
Answer Questions H1 to H8 about this dwelling.
F
A dwelling is a separate set of living quarters with a private entrance from the outside or from a common hallway
or stairway inside the building. This entrance should not be through someone else’s living quarters.

H1. Who pays the rent or mortgage, taxes, ih Person 1


electricity, etc., for this dwelling?
ih Person 2
If more than one person contributes to such
payments, mark “ inh” as many circles as apply. ih Person 3

ih Person 4

ih Person 5

ih A person who is listed on another questionnaire for


this dwelling

ih A person who does not live here

H2. Is this dwelling: ih owned by you or a member of this household


(even if it is still being paid for)?
Mark “ inh” one circle only.
ih rented (even if no cash rent is paid)?

H3. (a) How many rooms are there in this



Number of rooms
dwelling?
Include kitchen, bedrooms, finished rooms
in attic or basement, etc.

Do not count bathrooms, halls, vestibules


N O N LY
and rooms used solely for business
purposes.
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR
(b) How many of these rooms are

Number of bedrooms
bedrooms?

H4. When was this dwelling originally built? ih 1920 or before ih 1981-1985
Mark the period in which the building was ih 1921-1945 ih 1986-1990
completed, not the time of any later
remodelling, additions or conversions. If year ih 1946-1960 ih 1991-1995
is not known, give best estimate.
ih 1961-1970 ih 1996-2000

ih 1971-1980 ih 2001-2006

H5. Is this dwelling in need of any repairs? ih No, only regular maintenance is needed (painting,
furnace cleaning, etc.)
Do not include desirable remodelling or
additions. ih Yes, minor repairs are needed (missing or loose
floor tiles, bricks or shingles, defective steps, railing
or siding, etc.)

ih Yes, major repairs are needed (defective plumbing


or electrical wiring, structural repairs to walls, floors
or ceilings, etc.)

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Answer Questions H6 to H8 for only the dwelling that you now occupy, even if you own or rent more than one
dwelling. If the exact amount is not known, please give best estimate.
Note: If you or anyone in this dwelling is a farm operator
living on the farm you or they operate,
mark “ inh” here


ih and go to Step G on next page.

H6. For this dwelling, what are the YEARLY payments (last 12 months) for:
(a) electricity? ih None

ih Included in rent or other payments

OR $ .00 per year

(b) oil, gas, coal, wood or other fuels? ih None

ih Included in rent or other payments

OR $ .00 per year

N O N LY
AT I O
(c) water and other municipal services? ih None

FOR M ih Included in rent or other payments

R I N
FO OR $ .00 per year

H7. For RENTERS only:


What is the monthly rent paid for this dwelling? ih Rented without payment of cash rent

OR $ .00 per month

H8. For OWNERS only, answer parts (a) through (f):


(a) What are the total regular monthly mortgage or

loan payments for this dwelling? ih None Go to part (c)

OR $ .00 per month


(b) Are the property taxes (municipal and school) ih Yes Go to part (d)
included in the amount shown in part (a)?
ih No

(c) What are the estimated yearly property taxes ih None


(municipal and school) for this dwelling?
OR $ .00 per year

(d) If you were to sell this dwelling now, for how


much would you expect to sell it? $ .00
▼ ▼

(e) Is this dwelling part of a registered condominium? ih Yes Continue with part (f)

ih No Go to Step G on next page

(f) What are the monthly condominium fees? ih None

OR $ .00 per month

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STEP If more than five persons live here, COMMENTS
you will need an extra questionnaire;
G call 1 877 594-2006.

You have now completed your


questionnaire. Please mail it today.

Thank you for your cooperation.

N O N LY
OR M AT I O
I N F
FOR

THE LAW PROTECTS WHAT YOU TELL US

The confidentiality of your census responses is protected by law. All Statistics Canada
employees have taken an oath of secrecy. Your personal census information cannot
be given to anyone outside Statistics Canada without your consent. This is your right.

Your census information will be retained in accordance with legislative requirements and
will be stored securely. You can ask to see the information about yourself on your 2006
Census questionnaire after November 2006. To do this, write the Privacy Coordinator,
Statistics Canada, 25th Floor, R.H. Coats Building, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0T6.

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