When it comes to the census, who is counted and who isn’t matters.

  • Both at their student address and at the address of a parent
  • Only at their student address
  • Only at the address of a parent
  • At neither address
  • Young adults, especially men, show particularly high CNU rates. CNU rates are also higher among individuals who live in the territories, on Indian reserves, who are single, separated, or whose mother tongue is a language other than English or French;

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Senior Director, Smart Prosperity. Assistant Prof, Ivey Business School. Exhausted but happy Dad of 2 wonderful kids with autism. I used to do other stuff.

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Senior Director, Smart Prosperity. Assistant Prof, Ivey Business School. Exhausted but happy Dad of 2 wonderful kids with autism. I used to do other stuff.

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