Canada’s Chief Statistician Resigns Amid Census RowAlexandre Deslongchamps and Greg Quinn
Canada’s chief statistician, Munir Sheikh, resigned today over changes the government plans to make to the 2011 census, saying the decision to make the form voluntary instead of mandatory won’t yield acceptable data.
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