Welcome to the BC Stats 2019 Communications Feedback Survey.

BC Stats, the central statistical agency of the Province of British Columbia, is seeking to gain a better understanding of how our website, Twitter and Infoline e-newsletter meet the needs of clients and citizens.

The results of the survey will be used to help BC Stats provide you with the statistical information and analysis needed to make effective decisions. While the survey is voluntary, your participation is very important. The survey should take approximately 4-6 minutes to complete, depending upon your answers. You have until March 5, 2019 to participate.

While answering questions on this survey you may use the 'Next' button to go forward and the 'Back' button to go back. If at any time you leave the survey or in the event that your Internet connection is experiencing problems, you may return using the link provided; you will resume the survey from the last page you were viewing when the survey stopped.

Your answers will be kept confidential in accordance with the Statistics Act and will only be used for statistical and research purposes. We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time to provide your input.

CONFIDENTIALITY: Responses to this questionnaire will be kept confidential by BC Stats. Under Section 9 of the Statistics Act, BC Stats cannot disclose information that could be used to identify an individual return to any person, organization or government agency. Section 9 of the Act applies despite the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) other than section 44(1) (b), (2), (2.1) and (3) of FOIPPA. Although demographic information, such as age or occupation, may be linked to your responses, your answers will be grouped with those of other respondents. If you provide comments during this survey, BC Stats will make every effort to remove any information that could potentially be used to identify a respondent. To help preserve your anonymity, please avoid making comments that could allow someone to identify you or your organization.