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Statistics Act:

The Statistics Act requires that all households in Canada respond to a Census request from the Government. The household is in the corporation's name JOHN DOE and therefore belongs to the Government. The natural-person resident John Doe is allowed to maintain the house and follow the Government's law regarding home ownership. This is done via the Contracts of Purchase and Sale as well as Land Title Certificates and other Property Tax related contracts.

A contract has not been found that requires the natural-person John Doe to respond to a Census request on behalf of the corporation JOHN DOE. The Statistics Canada branch of the Government has been asked to demonstrate the existence of such a contract but to this date, has been unable to do so. However, there appears to be an unwritten and unspoken underlying social contract that every Canadian has with the Canadian Bill of Rights that provides those rights in exchange for social duties including such things as Census surveys and Jury Duty.

The Statistics Act does not define a person therefore the Interpretation Act's definition of a person as a CORPORATION is applicable. Therefore the corporation/artificial-person JOHN DOE is the party that has to respond to the Census as JOHN DOE is responsible for maintaining the household. The underlying presumption of Statistics Canada is that the representative (namely John Doe) of the artificial-person JOHN DOE, has to respond on behalf of the artificial-person JOHN DOE. This presumption does not appear to be supported by legal joinder, such as a contract, except for the possible existance of an un-written underlying social contract. It may be a duty of a Citizen to do this, but the Citizenship Contract does not clearly define this duty.

If we presume that the social contract exists, then we can refer to section 8 of the Statistics Act that providing any information for the purposes of Census Forms, except for population and agriculture, is on a voluntary basis. The conclusion from section 8 is that you can return the Census Form with only name (natural person #1, etc), sex (male, female etc) and age bracket and nothing else. All other information is voluntary according to section 8. By responding in this manner, each province will be eligible for more transfer payments based upon the increase in population, which is probably a good thing to do for the province.

Here is an independent article regarding the Census 2006 Facts which basically supports the voluntary basis hypothesis.

"Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)