The Mandatory Census: Tension Between Individual Rights and the Public Good
Deonandan, Raywat S
Canadian journal of public health. Revue canadienne de santé publique 2011 Nov-Dec; 102(6): 414-6
The discontinuation of the Canadian long-form mandatory census presents a crisis for data users. Examined as a tension between the need to preserve individual civil liberties and the need to curtail those liberties for the public good, the census crisis presents an opportunity for a public discussion on the specifics of our national values, beliefs and expectations.
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