I have some images of the 1916 Canadian Census of the Prairie Provinces.
The closest template to use is the following:
Census, Canada (online images)
Online images, Evidence style; Place and year as lead source list elements
Ref: [EE, sec 6.50, p 302]
The reference to the Evidence Explained book (shown below) indicates that the template may not designed to allow one to follow EE when images are downloaded from the LAC itself, but when downloaded via Ancestry.ca. What template does one use for images sourced via the LAC site? Is it something for which I need to construct a custom template? My inquiries on the Evidence Explained site seem to indicate that this might be the case.
Source List Entry
Canada. Saskatchewan. Battleford. 1911 census of Canada. Database with images. Ancestry.ca. http://www.ancestry.ca:2015.
Note 1. 1911 census of Canada, Battleford, Saskatchewan, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 15, subdistrict 19, p. 2, dwelling 30, family 30, Wm. Leo Jeffcoat; image, Ancestry.ca (http://www.ancestry .ca: accessed 1 April 2015); citing Library and Archives Canada microfilm T-20326 through T-20460.
11. 1911 census of Canada, Battleford, Saskatchewan, pop. sch., ED 15, subdist. 19, p. 2, dwell. 30, fam. 30, Wm. Leo Jeffcoat.
(Mills, Elizabeth Shown. Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace (Page 307). Elizabeth Shown Mills. Kindle Edition.)