Template:SCref

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"(Code {{{code}}}) Census Profile". 2011 census. Statistics Canada. 2012.

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This template is used to provide an easy mechanism by which to cite Statistics Canada online documents for census data.

Usage[change source]

{{SCref
|year     =
|unit     =  
|type     = 
|code     = 
|name     =
}}

{{SCref|year=|unit=|type=|code=|code2=|name=}}

Parameters[change source]

The following parameters will be used to build the reference.

code
This is Statistics Canada's code that uniquely identifies each geographical or statistical entity for which we want to consult census data. This can be obtained in various ways, for instance by looking at the value of Code1= or GC= in the URL of the corresponding Statistics Canada web page, or from the "How to Cite" information listed at the bottom of each document (see examples in Sample usage section).
year
The year of the census. The default value is 2011. Valid years are 2001, 2006, 2011; however, not all types of data are available from Statistics Canada for some years.
type
The type of source for the data. The default value is prof for profile. Valid entries are:
  • prof
    for Census Profiles (for valid years, see below under unit)
  • fog
    for Focus on Geography outlines (2011 only, and only for unit = PR, CMA or CSD
unit
The type of unit for which the reference is being created. Valid entries for type=prof (profile) are:
  • pr or PR for a province or territory (2001, 2006, 2011)
  • cma or CMA for a census metropolitan area or census agglomeration (2001, 2006, 2011)
  • cd or CD for a census division (2001, 2006, 2011)
  • csd or CSD for a census subdivision (2001, 2006, 2011)
  • popc or POPC for population centres (2011 only); requires code2 to be set (use the code for the respective province)
  • er or ER for an economic region (2011 only)
  • use this if year=2011 and code is one of the 17 administrative regions of Quebec (note: 2011 code values differ from 2006's)
  • hr or HR for a health region (2001, 2006 only)
  • use this if year=2006 and code is one of the 17 administrative regions of Quebec (note: 2006 code values differ from 2011's)
  • fed or FED for a federal electoral district (2011 only)
  • dpl or DPL for a designated place (2011 only)

Optional parameters[change source]

code2
Normally, you should not need to specify this. Use only if you know what you're doing.
The Statistics Canada code for the containing unit or province (given as Code2 in the URL. The codes are:
two digits for a province, such as "35" for Ontario
If unspecified, the defaults are:
the first two digits of code, if unit is other than "cma", "pr", "popc"
the value 01 (Canada), if unit is "cma", "pr", "popc"
If specified, you should set it to the corresponding province, eg, for Toronto CMA, code=535 and code2 can be set to 35 for Ontario)
name
Specify the name of the reference. This is useful when using the reference as a citation for multiple statements.

Sample usage[change source]

The number of digits for the specified code depends on the unit it represents.

If it is two digits, it stands for a province or territory, or for Canada itself. The codes are:

  • 01 Canada
  • 10 Newfoundland and Labrador
  • 11 Prince Edward Island
  • 12 Nova Scotia
  • 13 New Brunswick
  • 24 Quebec
  • 35 Ontario
  • 46 Manitoba
  • 47 Saskatchewan
  • 48 Alberta
  • 59 British Columbia
  • 60 Yukon
  • 61 Northwest Territories
  • 62 Nunavut

Prof[change source]

These examples are for type=prof (Census Profiles). Because this is the default type, the type parameter is omitted here.

Ontario

This can be used for provinces, territories, or for Canada itself.

Minganie—Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent

(formerly Minganie—Basse-Côte-Nord) This is a census division, which corresponds to two regional county municipalities of Quebec.

Toronto census metropolitan area (CMA)
The unit type "cma" is used for both census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations.
King, Ontario

A census subdivision.

Nobleton, Ontario

This is a population centre; there is no data for population centres prior to the 2011 census.

Bas-Saint-Laurent

This is an administrative region of Quebec. These are handled oddly by the census: there is no data for 2001; for 2006 they are listed as "health regions" (hr); for 2011 they are listed as "economic regions" (er); and note the code for 2011 differs from that of 2006.

Oak Ridges—Markham

There is no data for federal ridings prior to the 2011 census.

Alban part A (Local service board)

A "designated place". There is no data for these prior to the 2011 census.

HR[change source]

The "HR" unit seems to have been removed in the 2011 census.

Brant County Health Unit


Fog[change source]

These are for "Focus on Geography" outlines. These are only provided for the 2011 census, and only for unit types "pr", "cma", "csd".

Ontario
Toronto census metropolitan area (CMA)
King, Ontario, a census subdivision

Named reference[change source]

To name the reference created by this template, assign a value to the name parameter. For the Toronto CMA (unit type "cma"), the resultant reference can be named "2011cma".

In this case, subsequent citations may refer to it:

  • <ref>[[#2011cma|Statistics Canada]]: 2012<ref>

This will create an entry in the footnotes section as:

  • ^ Statistics Canada: 2012

It will also link the text "Statistics Canada" to the full reference. For multiple references to Statistics Canada, use more distinctive citation text.