Welcome to The Post 1901 Census Project Website.
!!! VICTORY !!!
On Tuesday 28 June 2005, about 11:00 am Eastern Time, MP Dominic LeBlanc (Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, Lib.), rose in the House of Commons and moved "That Bill S-18, an act to amend the Statistics Act, be deemed to have been concurred in at the report stage, read a third time and passed."
Unanimous consent of those Members in the House was given, and Bill S-18 passed Third Reading. The following day we were advised that Royal Assent had been given, and the provisions of Bill S-18 became Law.
We are grateful to everyone who signed petitions, sent e-mail, wrote letters and contacted their Parliamentary representatives. Without the support of everyone who participated in our campaign, we would not have been able to achieve our recent victory.
We are particularly grateful to the Honourable Senator Lorna Milne for her perseverance and dedicated work 'behind the scenes' on Parliament Hill. As our 'champion' in the Senate she worked ceaselessly to achieve the public access to Historic Census records that until now was being denied.
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