The Research Wiki at familysearch.org is a great tool. It is like an encyclopedia for how to do research! Click on the Learn link at the top of the main page at familysearch.org and scroll down to the Research Wiki link. Over 64000 articles! . . . and you can also help with editing and contributing!
For example: Type in Canada Census and click Enter (or Return), select the top article “Canada Census,” and you get a very helpful article on the Canada Census including the date when each census was taken. There is also a section on Canadian Censuses Online with links to the actual sites.
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Next to the Research Wiki on the Learn link are over 300 research courses and also a link to the Forums where you can post specific research questions.
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