The census is a long, slow process, and the process is getting tougher.
The 2016 census is expected to take up to two years, and many of the questions will be on subjects like citizenship, gender and immigration.
The federal government will also be taking the census online, which means it will not be available in all areas.
And it will take much longer for data from the census to reach the census centres.
For example, the census will take a few weeks to reach a census centre in the northwest, according to a source in the census department.
The federal government announced in June that it would be accepting applications for the 2016 census online starting March 1.
That means that anyone can apply online and get a completed application that will be sent to census centres across the country.
“We have been working very hard on the census process over the last six months, so it’s going to be a little bit longer than usual,” said Jocelyn Binnie, the spokesperson for the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer.
“But we’re hoping to be able to provide you with a report in the fall.”
Binnie said the deadline for applications for 2016 is March 10.
She said the application process is going to take place online and will be available to anyone.
“There’s an online application form and you can submit your application by April 10,” Binnie said.
“There’s a process for submission of applications.
There’s a form for completing the online application, so you can get that form and then you can send it to the Chief Clerk of the Census Office.”
The process will also take longer because of the extra time required for the federal government to take the census.
The census requires the government to make the information available online for two years.
There is no timeline on when the government will make the census available online again.