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The Industrial Water Use Survey was managed by the Environment, Energy and Transportation Statistics Division under the direction of Kevin Roberts, Director and Jeff Fritzsche, Chief, Agriculture and Water Surveys Section.
The survey project team consisted of the following:
- Murray Cameron, project manager
Laura Kemp, data analysis and report production
Matthew Prescott, data analysis and data confrontation
Marc Lavergne, data analysis and data quality assurance
Natasha Zaletel, collection planning and management
Wade Kuseler, collection planning and management
Ellen Zhu, collections systems
Leo Liu, collections systems
Seline Chen, operations and integration
Shannon Dubois, operations and integration
Francine Fontaine, questionnaire design
Suzanne Voyer, questionnaire design
Herbert Nkwimi Tchahou, methodology
Claude Girard, methodology
Martin Hamel, methodology
Thank you to the following people for the contributions in the areas of data collection, data processing, editing, reviewing, proofreading, dissemination and technical development:
- Sarah Herring
Smart Publishing Unit Team
Cindy De Cuypere
Joe St. Lawrence
The contributions of the respondents were critical to the successful completion of the surveys and are gratefully acknowledged. As well, we would like to acknowledge the vital contribution made to this project by the staff in Statistics Canada’s Winnipeg regional office. This project would not have been possible without their efforts.
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© Minister of Industry, 2014
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Catalogue no. 16-401-X
Environment, Energy and Transportation Statistics Division