Yesterday, Statistics Canada did the last of its big data dumps on the 2016 census and it covered education.  As usual, the HESA Towers team swung into action to get you the highlights (no, really, today was a big team effort, Jonathan W. and Robert B. did extra duty to get you this post today).

Now, census data isn’t usually something that drives big headlines. You usually have plenty of notice about things like “people getting more educated than they … [ Read More ]