(CBC) A politically divisive debate continues to rage over U.S. President Donald Trump's push to add a citizenship or nationality question to the U.S. census. That same question has been part of Canada's census form for over a century without a ripple.
Trump has been waging a fierce fight to add the controversial query to the 2020 census, and said Friday he's now considering an executive order to get it done after a Supreme Court ruling blocked his efforts.
Canada's own long form census asks: "Of what country is this person a citizen?" Respondents have a choice of three possible answers: 'Canada, by birth,' 'Canada, by naturalization' or 'Other country - specify.'
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