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APA Style (6th ed)

Statistics

NOTE: This page reflects the old version of the APA Publication Manual (6th ed). If you require the current version, please see APA Style (7th ed)

The Basics

The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) does not contain examples of how to cite Canadian statistics.

Useful websites for citing statistics include:

Examples

Generic

Corporate Author. (Year). Title of document (Catalogue number). Place of publication: Author. Retrieved from URL

Statistics Canada. (2012). Low income families (No. 75F0002M - No. 002). Ottawa, ON: Author. Retrieved from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75f002m/75f0002m2012002-eng.pdf 

Your professor may have different citing expectations than library staff. Always check at the beginning of term and before starting assignments that the citing rules you are using are appropriate for your class.