Find your ancestors in Canada census 1931

The 1931 Census of Canada is a detailed population census, taken on June 1, 1931. It includes a national population of 10,376,379 people, captured across 234,678 images. It is the seventh comprehensive decennial census since confederation on July 1, 1867. The census was recorded in the two official languages of Canada: English and French.

For the process of conducting this census, each province is separated, and within each province are a number of districts and sub-districts. These districts and sub-districts can be identified by using the same structure found in the 1921 Census of Canada.

Please note that only images are available to view. You can search records via province and sub-district.

You can view the sub-district list here.