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And just to keep things interesting, CANSIM is no longer a thing - this is from Bill Joyce at Statistics Canada "We will not continue the branding of Summary Tables or CANSIM, but all of this content will still be available. Users familiar with CANSIM will still be able to search for the previous table numbers and the search by vector functionality will be maintained."

It'll be interesting to see how the new data portal at https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/en/type/data?MM=1 is to work with, and if it links stuff together better than CANSIM did.

Well Frances, it will be interesting. It has become increasingly difficult to put long term time series for Canada together from Statistics Canada data and we will have to see if this changes makes things better or worse. I am not too optimistic but would look forward to being pleasantly surprised.

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