Did you include both lines of the URL when trying to access the website?
Thanks for finding an alternative route to Randy Boswell's article.
> I tried the link, but it came up with an empty result. I had this
> happen to me before on Canada.com. I tried something that worked for
> me before and I found the article. If you go to the Ottawa Citizen
> home page, http://www.canada.com/ottawa/ , then type "1906" in the
> SEARCHWORD field and click go. You will get three hits, two of them
> the article by Randy Boswell and one an article on a library.
> At 11:48 AM 11/15/02 Friday, you wrote:
> > Hi Everyone:
> > The following e-mail has just arrived from Gordon A. Watts.
> > Everyone who is interested in gaining the release of post-1901
> > Canadian
> > censuses will want to read this article.
> > Rene Dussome
> > I pass on for your information the following link to an excellent
> > article by Randy Boswell in the Ottawa Citizen regarding efforts to
> > regain access to 1906 Census records. Titled "Battle Rages over
> > 1906
> > Census" the article appears in the 15 November issue of the Ottawa
> > Citizen.
> > http://www.canada.com/search/story.aspx?id=2b4b04e3-d69d-41
> > 2-b487-6d2e0
> > 5352a8a
> > If the link is wrapped on to two lines, be sure to copy and paste
> > the
> > full URL to your browser to access the article.
> > Happy Hunting.
> > Gordon A. Watts gordon_watts@...
> > Co-Chair, Canada Census Committee
> > Port Coquitlam, BC
> > http://www.afhs.ab.ca