What is the Indigenous Peoples Survey
The Indigenous Peoples Survey is a national survey of First Nations peoples living off reserve, Métis and Inuit. The survey provides important information concerning Indigenous Peoples such as language, harvesting, handcrafting and cultural activities, housing and mobility. The data can be used to inform policy and programming activities aimed at improving the well-being of Indigenous peoples.
How do I find the Indigenous Peoples Survey?
Start your survey
Have you been invited to participate in this survey via email or mail? To log in to the survey, complete the following steps.
Step 1: Visit the electronic questionnaire portal and select Start my survey.
Step 2: Enter your secure access code (you will find this code in the invitation letter or email you previously received from Statistics Canada).
Step 3: Complete the survey.
Are you missing your secure access code, or do you need help?
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