The success of the CountMeOut project rests with effective communication and networking, All groups and organizations in Canada who share our interests and concerns, and who wish to undertake some local project to oppose the May 10, 2011 Census of Canada are encouraged to contact us at CountMeOut.
Let us know what your are doing. Give our project your personal or your organization's endorsement. Let us know your ideas and your strategies. Send us any press clippings. We will post some of your responses, without names, for others to see.
Here's how to contact us
To send us an e-mail right now, click here
Our phone contact is (613) 542-8386. We generally do not use an answering machine, so if no answer, please try again later.
We are operating out of Kingston, Ontario, at this address:
242 Mack St.
Some CountMeOut.ca visitors have asked for a bit more information about us. So here's a brief biography of Don Rogers, originator of the CountMeOut.ca project:
I am a retired federal public servant; worked 14 years for the National Film Board of Canada, and 11 years as head of audio-visual at Royal Military College in Kingston.
Am also a retired Kingston City Councillor--served 5 terms, 15 years
I have been a member of the Council of Canadians and its predecessor, the Committee for an Independent Canada, for 35 years. I am profoundly concerned that Canada may eventually be swallowed up by the United States. Then, what will become of our Medicare, our Canada Pension Plan, our education system, etc?
The CountMeOut.ca project is my own initiative. In the old days, to disseminate opinion, you had to be wealthy enough to own a printing press; now the internet makes it possible for individuals of ordinary means to speak up. Speaking up is essential in a democracy; that is what I am doing. I welcome broad support from supporters of several political parties.
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