The 1921 indexed census of Canada is now available.
There were 8,788,483 people in the census, no reports yet on how many will be accurately indexed.
The indexed fields are: name, gender, marital status, age, birth year, birth place, relationship to head of household, father's birthplace, mother's birthplace.
The indexing has been done without any public money, tax derived or additional burden on Canada's national debt which continues to grow, having been spent for the indexing.
A few people I looked up were correctly identified; one I expected to find wasn't but he may have been out of the country.
I found a couple of instances where a domestic servant is identified as a daughter with both the real and head of household's last name given.