2010-07-27 | Tories-Census-Scrubbed
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Canada's chief statistician resigned July 22nd over the Conservative government's decision to cancel the mandatory long-form census. He did not speak about his decision that day, but Munir Sheikh had some damning words for the government on July 27th. Sheikh made it clear he could not defend the government's directive to take the 30-year-old long-form census to a voluntary survey in 2011.
Placeline: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds
Transcript Prediction: << man dell began to be expressed about the nature of the advice that he gave which took any statistician work come across as nor the work of a statistician I came to the conclusion that I cannot be the head of an agency the application has to offer >>
Clip ID: 20100727CPCN001