The number of people that are interested in the release of the 1926 Prairie census is telling by the amount of people that look at my posts about it.
I had to let you know, we now have access to the census. They have added the Canadian 1926 Prairie census to their catalog at Family Search. (Thanks for the heads up and thorough post by Gail Dever).
The index is coming but for the time being, you can have a look and see if you can find the people you have been waiting for.
Here are the first few lines for Saskatchewan, as you can see the census is easy to read.
The weather is so cold I guess it is great timing as there is little else I can do other than look through a census page by page.
As I work my way through the census I decided to create a sharable doc on Google Sheets that people can add to. This doc with help us to share the locations in the census of communities.
I have been a little focused (alright obsessed) with the potential release of the 1926 Canadian prairie census. After writing some posts about it I have realized that I (and you) can index the census!
It is available as an indexing project at Family Search, I just was on their site and checked.
How do you find it? Log into your Family Search account and select the ‘Indexing‘ tab at the top of the page.
Under Project Name select Canada and BINGO you are there!
I know what I will be spending my nights doing. The sooner it is indexed it is likely the sooner we will have access!
I do wonder why this has not been announced by Library and Archives Canada to encourage people to get involved?