It's been called the "war on data": the cancellation of the long-form census, records tossed in dumpsters, the shuttering of government libraries, and cuts to environmental organizations. This has led to what some see as a country that increasingly doesn't know itself. From understanding how many Canadians live in poverty to the state of our lakes, oceans, and polar ice, The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss what has happened to Canada's data.
A Disappearing Canada
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