Changes in the census methodology from the mandatory long-form Census to the new voluntary survey were subject to widespread concern and condemnation. A major concern was that marginalized populations, like low-income earners and racialized people, are less likely to respond to voluntary surveys. This paper explores, in the context of racialized data, whether or not those concerns were borne out.
The Colour Coded Labour Market By The Numbers
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