With the release today of its 2011 Census families and living arrangements report, media, and doubtless reader, attention was likely diverted by the news that Statistics Canada had mistakenly counted same-sex roommates as gay couples. What did not receive much attention today was the 2011 Census collective dwelling type release. The release figures indicated a rise in the prison population of 17.3% as the population in shelters rose by only 2.8% (relative to the figures provided in the 2006 Census collective dwelling type release). Yet between 2006 and 2011, crime decreased dramatically and the country went through a severe economic downturn. Given these facts, the opposite outcome would have been anticipated.