As noted in Things to Consider When Using NHS Data, Statistics Canada has not released any National Household Survey (NHS) data for geographic areas with a global non-response rate of 50 percent or higher. This is because of questionable data quality. However, Statistics Canada has provided post-secondary institutions with access to an NHS semi-custom profile, which includes this non-disseminated data.
CAUTION: Pay attention to the global non-response rate (GNR) and use with caution. The GNR for Tofino, for instance, is 55%, which is higher than Statistics Canada's cut off of 50% for disseminating data to the public.
To access NHS non-disseminated data:
You may now manipulate the table to obtain the data that you want. For example, if you want the data for Tofino:
Once you have all desired geographies in your table, the quickest way to deal with the data is to click on the download icon (looks like an open file folder) to download the data in Microsoft Excel format. You may then, in Excel, delete the data that you don't want and keep the data that you want.