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Citing Sources: Statistics

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Statistics Canada - Online Document

Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of Document: Subtitle if Any." Statistics Canada, Date of publication, URL. Access Date.

 Note: Occasionally the author will be listed as Statistics Canada. If the publication is authored and published by Statistics Canada, start your citation with the title of the document. 

Works Cited List Example

Drolet, Marie. "Gender Differences in the Financial Knowledge of Canadians." Statistics Canada, 28 Apr. 2016, www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75-006-x/2016001/article/14464-eng.htm. Accessed 16 June 2016.

In-Text Citation Example

(Author's Last Name)

(Drolet)

Statistics Canada - Print Document

Author Last Name, First Name. Title of Document: Subtitle if Any. Statistics Canada, Date of publication.

 Note: Occasionally the author will be listed as Statistics Canada. If the publication is authored and published by Statistics Canada, start your citation with the title of the document.

Works Cited List Example

Langlet, Eric. Aboriginal Children's Survey, 2006: Concepts and Methods Guide. Statistics Canada, 18 Nov. 2008.

In-Text Citation Example

(Author's Last Name Page Number)

(Langlet 11)