Eight more for the list

For those still scoring at home, the CEO of Alberta Health Services, Charlottetown City Council, the City of Greater Sudbury, Caledon town council, former chief statistician Sylvia Ostry, New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham, Spruce Grove City Council and the Planning Institute of British Columbia oppose the government’s changes to the census.

In such opposition, they join…

… the governments of Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island and Nunavutrepresentatives from the United Way, Canadian Labour Congress, Toronto Board of Trade, Canadian Nurses Association and Canadian Public Health Associationthe Federation of Canadian Municipalitiescity officials in Edmonton, Calgary and Red DeerOttawa city council, the town of Smith Falls, the mayor of Fredericton, Penetanguishene city council, the mayor of Surreythe Greater Moncton Chamber of Commercethe chief economist of the Greater Halifax Partnershipthe French Language Services Commissioner of Ontariothe Canadian Marketing Associationthe executive director of the Société franco-manitobainethe Canadian Jewish Congress and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, the United Church of Canada, the Anglican Church of Canadathe Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Catholic Civil Rights Leaguethe Assembly of First Nationsthe Inuit Tapiriit Kanatamithe Marketing Research and Intelligence Associationthe Quebec Community Groups Network, the Canadian Bar Associationthe president of the CD Howe Institutethe Canadian Council on Social Developmentthe Association of Municipalities of Ontario, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, the Economic Development Association of British Columbiathe Canadian Medical Association Journalthe director of Toronto Public Health, the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Peterborough’s medical officer of healththe Ontario Public Schools Boards’ Associationthe Canadian Association of University Teachersthe Canadian Library Associationthe Statistical Society of Canadathe Executive Council of the Canadian Economics Associationthe director of the Prentice Institute at the University of Lethbridgethe senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternativesthe Canadian Institute of Plannersthe Canadian Association for Business EconomicsAncestry.cathe co-chairman of the Canada Census Committee, the National Statistics Councilformer clerk of the Privy Council Alex HimelfarbMr. Censusformer chief statistician Ivan Fellegi and former chief statistician Munir Sheikh.




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