A variety of forms were available in both official languages, varying in length, colour, and recipient's location.
Most households (80%) received the short form (2A):
One in five received the long form (2B):
- English: red
- French: purple
Federal and provincial employees and their families working in embassies and National Defence bases abroad (2C):
- English: purple
- French: red
In the three northern territories and on Aboriginal communities and settlements (2D):
- English: orange
- French: yellow
Census of Agriculture (6):
- English: yellow
- French: orange
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