The 1916 Canadian Census
The 1916 Canadian census included only Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. Although labeled an agricultural census, it had more in common, with respect to the questions asked, with the 1911 national census.
Map of Canadian provinces, 1916.
Source: Wikipedia Commons
The questions on the 1916 census contain no reference to animals or stock held, although that may have been recorded on another schedule. The questions are very similar to those on the 1911 census, less the insurance, extensive employment information, and mental disability queries, although they have been reorganized somewhat. A question regarding military service was added, given the war.
The specific questions asked on the 1916 census were as follows:
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