Searching Aggregate Data Tables
- Enter your search terms separated by a space or by commas
(ie. aboriginal population).
- You can modify the boolean logic by preceeding your search term with
AND or OR (ie. population and aboriginal). The default
logic is chosen from the radio buttons.
- To negate a search term, preceed the word with NOT
(ie. population not aboriginal).
- The data in the database can be archived in SGML described by
cancensus.dtd. Check off the SGML Output box to retrieve results
You can search on any of the following fields:
- The attributes or characteristics displayed in the table. Some tables
include a long list of attributes.
- The population described by the associated table. This
may consist of a single attribute, or the sub-population may be variable in some
- Census Years:
- The census years covered by the table.
- The product series to which the table belongs.
- Geographic Level:
- This is the level of geography represented by each record in the
geographic attribute, eg.
provinces, Census Metropolitan Areas, Census Tracts, etc.
- Product Code:
- This is the Statistics Canada product code for the table
- This is the location at which you can find the data set. It may be
a hyperlink to the electronic resource, or the title for
a print resource (eg. Beyond2020, Text, HTML).
Author: B. Law
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