I had a look at the files from the CIUS, and I am quite disappointed in the quality of the SPSS setup files supplied for this survey. There's many variables that haven't even been given the courtesy of a variable name, let alone value labels. I also had a quick look at the SAS setup and it looks to be the same, and I'm going to go on the assumption that it holds true for Stata.
Here's a list:
I'm not sure why variable names and value labels haven't been supplied as this has never been the case with Statcan setup files before.
Regarding CIUS 2012, we have been supplied with an updated codebook and syntax cards as indicated to the list yesterday. For more information, the author division advised that:
"A review of the codebooks’ metadata indicated that some concept fields (descriptions) were possibly truncated due to the limited characters allowance. Accordingly, this would also impact the value label in the syntax cards.
We are able to provide updated codebooks that address the variable labels for CU_G07 and G_HQUINT. As for the variable G_CLFSST, the description provided is based on the groupings of answer categories to protect the confidentiality of the information. Thus, “able to work but not in the labour force” is the correct assumption."
The updated versions of the syntaxes for the Canadian Internet Use Survey (CIUS), 2012 can be found on the EFT site:
EFT: /MAD_DLI/Root/other-products/Canadian Internet Use Survey - cius/2012/doc/cius_ecui_2012sas-spss-statav2.zip