LAC (Library and Archives Canada) has announced on their “Library and Archives Canada Blog” that they have made the 1825 Census of Lower Canada available on their site.
Since it’s a partly nominal census, it only containes the names of heads of families, occupations, and the number of residents living with the family.
The database can be search using the names of heads of families, and geographical information such as district and sub-district names.
I have added this link to the Genealogy Links list in the right sidebar. Go to the Category Links section at the very top, go to “Location”, then click on “Canada”, and then scroll to “Censuses (Canada)”.
Another option to locate this new link is to go to “Edit” on your browser menu, select “Find”, and search for the string “censuses (Canada)”.
As is my usual practice, I have entered *NEW after the link to identify it.