2 edition of Census of Canada, 1966: analysis and methods. found in the catalog.
Census of Canada, 1966: analysis and methods.
Canada. Bureau of Statistics
1969 in [Ottawa .
Written in English
Its Catalogue no. 99:601-604. English and French.
|Other titles||Recensement du Canada, 1966: études et méthodes|
|Series||Its Special bulletin, S:401-404|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. 1-4 in 1. ;|
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