The Survey Series on People and their Communities (SSPC) involves creating a panel of people who agree to complete four short online surveys over a period of one year. This is the third time that Statistics Canada is conducting this type of survey. The SSPC is a survey series of four social surveys in 2022 and 2023. This project falls under the umbrella of the Disaggregated Data Action Plan (DDAP). DDAP will produce detailed statistical information to highlight the lived experiences of specific population groups, such as women, Indigenous peoples, racialized groups and people living with disabilities. It will also shed light on intersections such as those between racialized identity and sexual orientation, or between age and gender. Questionnaire content will cover a variety of social topics. Using the 2021 Census survey frame, the sample for the SSPC includes an oversampling of immigrants, and Canadians self-declaring as being part of racialized groups. By doing this, differences and commonalities in the experiences of racialized groups and immigrants will be revealed. The SSPC was specifically designed to provide estimates within individual racialized groups and immigration status categories.
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General Social Survey Cycle 25 linked to annual tax files TIFF 1982-2013 and Immigrant Landing File ILF 2014