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Citing Statistics Canada in APA

Statistics Canada Examples

Statistics Canada provides detailed citation information below their data tables, but it is not in APA format. The citation examples below are an educated guess at transforming Statistics Canada's style into APA style.

Citing Toronto's Census Profile

In-text

(Statistics Canada, 2016, Census Profile)

Reference list

Statistics Canada. (2016). Toronto, C [Census subdivision], Ontario and Toronto, CDR [Census division], Ontario (table). Census Profile ​(Catalogue no. 98-316-X2016001). Retrieved November 28, 2017 from www.statcan.gc.ca 

 

Citing a CANSIM data table featuring data from the Survey of household spending

In-text

(Statistics Canada, n.d., Survey of household spending)

Reference list

Statistics Canada. (n.d.). Survey of household spending (SHS), household spending, Canada, regions and provinces, annual (dollars), (CANSIM database). Retrieved November 28, 2017 from www.statcan.gc.ca

Citing SuperDemographics in APA

SuperDemographics Examples

Citing a report you created

In-text

(Manifold Data Mining, 2017, Overview)

Reference list

Manifold Data Mining. (2017). Your report title. Retrieved from www.superdemographics.com

 

Citing the Lifestyle Cluster descriptions

In-text 

(Manifold Data Mining, 2017, p. 5)

Reference list

Manifold Data Mining. (2017, July 19). Manifold CanaCode lifestyle cluster. Retrieved from www.superdemographics.com

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