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It has been a very long journey since the project’s conception in early 2005. Many at Statistics Canada contributed to the development and creation of this website. We would like to thank the following individuals and teams for their part in making this project a success:

Marion Smith and Mary Townsend of the Education Outreach Program, for their continued support and feedback.

The project staff—my Statistics Canada colleagues Christina MacPhail, Stephanie Chan, Monica Nuyens, Jennifer Hendricks, Mary Hawkins, Bradley Boileau, Christopher Simmons, Thérèse Brown, Diana Bouchey and Elizabeth Hostetter—for their exceptional work reviewing, converting and formatting over 180,000 pages. We have all learned so much from this experience.

Editorial Services—Elizabeth Irving, Paula Gherasim, Jennifer Kerr, Edelweiss d’Andrea, Brodie Fraser, Anaëlle Lavoie, Christine Duchesne, Julie Morin, Luc Moquin, Richard Drouin et Jean Héon—for reviewing, over and over, all the web content.

ICN Technical Unit—Loui Massicotte, for reconstructing the site to enable the project to be delivered on time and in the proper ‘Common Look and Feel’ (CLF 2.0) format, Louis Bonhomme, for loading the 159 digitized books and making them accessible, and Paul McDermott, for his foresight in developing the necessary programs to convert the statistical tables while ensuring that accessibility codes were implemented.

Dissemination Division staff, for supporting the project during its various development stages.

And last but not least, Juli-Ann Rowsell, for her dedication and support in working by my side and doing whatever it took to get the job done.