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Census Dictionary - List of figures

Figure 1: Hierarchy of standard geographic units for dissemination, 2011 Census

Figure 2: Standard Geographical Classification (SGC) hierarchy

Figure 3: Statistical Area Classification (SAC) hierarchy

Figure 4: Example of a cartographic boundary file and a digital boundary file (provinces and territories)

Figure 5: Example of census consolidated subdivisions (CCSs) and census subdivisions (CSDs)

Figure 6: Core rule

Figure 7: Forward commuting flow rule

Figure 8: Reverse commuting flow rule

Figure 9: Spatial contiguity rule

Figure 10: Historical comparability rule

Figure 11: Example of a merged census metropolitan area and census agglomeration

Figure 12: Example of a census metropolitan area or a census agglomeration, showing core, secondary core, fringe and rural area

Figure 13: Example of data retrieval with user-defined boundaries

Figure 14: Example of a map projection and unprojected coordinates

Figure 15: Example of block-face and dissemination block representative points

Figure 16: Population universe variables

Figure 17: Census and economic family universes and subuniverses

Figure 18: Economic and census family membership and family status

Figure 19: Overview of the census family and economic family variables

Figure 20: Household universe

Figure 21: Household universe and subuniverses

Figure 22: 2011 Dwelling universe

Figure 23: Mother Tongue and Home Language

Figure 23A: Aboriginal languages

Figure 23B: Germanic languages

Figure 23C: Niger-Congo languages

Figure 23D: Afro-Asiatic languages

Figure 23E: Indo-Iranian languages

Figure 23F: Sino-Tibetan languages

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