—you mentioned that the census isn't always the right tool to find the information we're gathering.
The challenge I have with that statement is that when we're talking about rights holders, we're talking about an entire population. We have a sample size of 35 million Canadians. Of those, any one could potentially be a rights holder. By using an alternative sample size, even with supersampling, we're not really quantifying the number of rights holders in a given community.
I was talking to a colleague from Peace River, Alberta, who has a number of small bilingual communities in northern Alberta, with bilingual schools there. Even with supersampling, we're not going to necessarily identify where these rights holders are, to provide that information for education.
Could you elaborate on this problem a little, in terms of identifying the right tool to find this information?