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As exact copies, a page that was unreadable on microfilm will also be unreadable on your computer screen.
Title pages from the microfilm have not been scanned, and contained this information: Important note: When the microfilms were created, the original census schedules were divided into four parts.
The enumerators collected information for 2,312,919 individuals distributed as follows: In 1955, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics was authorized by the Public Records Committee to microfilm and destroy the original paper records of the 1851 Census.
The digitized images found on the Library and Archives Canada (LAC) website have been made by scanning the microfilms of the 1851 Census.These records, and those of previous censuses, are described in the Statistics Canada fonds, formerly Record Group 31 (RG31).created the Province of Canada, consisting of Canada West (present-day Ontario) and Canada East (present-day Quebec).Information on population was also collected for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.While the census for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia was completed in 1851, Canada West and Canada East did not start their collection of data until the following year.
Therefore, for Canada West and Canada East, what is known as the Census of 1851 officially began on January 12, 1852.