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6/12/2014
Seeking census records for your Canadian ancestors? You can count on two electronic resources to simplify your research.

The National Archives of Canada has posted the 1901 census online at <www.archives.ca/02/020122_e.html>. Here you can access scanned images of the entire enumeration for free. This site is a prototype of the permanent database, which the archives expected to launch last fall. The prototype is best viewed with Windows and Internet Explorer; the archives is working to allow use with other systems and browsers.

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