1926 Census of the Prairie Provinces Database Is Now Available on FamilySearch

As a result of a partnership between FamilySearch – https://www.lds.org/church/news/familysearch-adds-historical-canada-1926-census-of-the-prairie-provinces?lang=eng and Library and Archives Canada (LAC), The 1926 Census of the Prairie Provinces database is now available!: www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/news/Pages/2019/1926-census.aspx

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) and FamilySearch International are pleased to announce that the 1926 Census database is now available online! This database provides a free searchable index with digital images of the 45,000 pages in this regional Canadian census.

The database was finalized in partnership with FamilySearch, who provided the free, every-name searchable index for LAC’s image collection. Canadians can now easily find information for individuals from across Manitoba (639,056), Saskatchewan (820,738), and Alberta (607,599).

Ready, set, search!

About the 1926 Census of the Prairie Provinces

Since 1871, a Canada-wide census has been held every 10 years. But the Prairie provinces expanded so rapidly in the early 20th century that more frequent population counts were needed in those provinces. It was decided to conduct a census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in June 1906 (in between the Canada-wide censuses) and every 10 years thereafter.

Census databases

We are committed to providing free access to Canadian census information. Visit our Census page to search all of LAC’s census databases and find helpful tools.

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