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Statistics & Data
Statistical and data resources available at Saint Mary's University, including Statistics Canada, business and international sources
From Queens University, this guide is intended to provide a general overview of how to cite Canadian government publications. Citations for any government publications should be consistent with the style used for other sources in your paper (i.e., APA or MLA Style of Citation).
From Simon Fraser University Library, this guide is designed to provide some help for students and faculty who need to cite statistical data obtained from Statistics Canada's Web site, the PCensus database [not available at SMU Library] or from CANSIM via the University of Toronto's CHASS site. It is designed to be used along with the citation style guide recommended by your instructor, or the editorial policy of the journal in which you wish to publish.
All-materials guidance, from SMU Library: Information on using various style guides, including APA, MLA, Chicago and more. Various disciplines have a preferred citation style. Always check with your professor before submitting your work.
RefWorks is a web-based citation management tool that allows you to collect, edit, and organize your bibliographic citations.