Notes on a brouhaha

Kevin Milligan looks at what Statistics Canada has to say about the accuracy of voluntary surveys. Mike Moffat says drop the threat of prison. Stephen Gordon wonders why the outrage Maxime Bernier was hearing wasn’t registered in the census review or the House of Commons. Tracey Lauriault lists some of the federal legislation that requires census data. Alice Funke explains how census data is used in elections. And Wikipedia details the Jedi census phenomenon the Prime Minister’s Office now cites.