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From: "Muriel M. Davidson" <>
Subject: [MONTREAL] Post 1901 Census - Article printed in Tri-City News
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2002 22:34:48 -0400
To all readers:-
There is a gradual increase of publicity in newspapers, also radio,
across Canada. Sail On Nova Scotia, a radio/internet program,
carries a 30-second spot with great listening music. With all this,
many are learning about the Canadian census problem.
The following is another interview, this time of Gordon Watts.
Muriel M. Davidson
Co-Chair, Canada Census Committee
The following is an article regarding our legal efforts to regain public
access to Historic Census records [read complete posting first].
MAN SUING FOR CENSUS
Story link: Tricity News (http://www.tricitynews.com/story105533.html)
It is published in the Wednesday 31 July issue of the Tri-City News, a
community newspaper for my area, that interviewed me a couple of
The article as published has a couple of errors in it that I have been
assured will be corrected for the next issue. The errors are that the
1906 Census records should have been released in 1998 rather than
1993, and the numbers of signatures sent should be shown as 50,000
instead of 5,000.
Gordon A. Watts
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