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    Hi there.

    the 1931 Canada census was released 01 June. It’s not fully indexed but is available on Ancestry. I found this link <https://familytreemagazine.com/heritage/canadian/1931-census-canada/&gt; that gives some info on the questions asked. If you want to see example, use “Harry Alter; lived in Toronto; born abt 1935. You should find result <Harry Alter Toronto-High Park, Ontario abt 1890 Head>. Exciting as I probably won’t see 1941 ūüôĀ

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    Thanks. I’ll try to get it included in the next release.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #14574

    It’s DEFINITELY a work in progress. I’m using my ‘template ‘for 1921 Census assistant¬†and viewing image for 1931, for now. Of course, no idea if not finding an entry means there isn’t one or just not transcribed yet. Very tense as I want to see my grandparents record if it exists. Not sure if I’ll still able to do this ¬†this in 10 years!

    It may take awhile for them to complete, not unlike the 1950 US census. Was told by Library and Archives Canada that they review the transcribing after Ancestry because Ancestry is using AI which does not include many lines from the Census that has usually be included.  Like owning a radio <LOL!>

    Just wanted to give you heads up.

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