More than 939 census records are available for the Cormier family, from both 1901 and 1911.
Sample 1901 Gloucester census records about the Cormier family available from Ancestry.ca:
A Cormier family household of at least 14 members residing in the district of Gloucester was recorded in 1901. The head of household, Ugène Cormier, was born in New Brunswick in 1839. He identified his heritage as French. By 1901, at the age of 61, he had an occupation that was recorded as "Farmer". Ugène's wife was Agathe Cormier, who was 60 years old. Agathe was born in New Brunswick in 1841. She also identified her heritage as French. Ugène and Agathe had 12 children, 6 boys and 6 girls. In 1873 their eldest child, a girl named Philomène, was born. Two years later, in 1875, when Ugène was 36 years old and Agathe was 34 years old their second daughter, who was named Vitaline, was born. Then, in 1877, with their two older daughters ages 4 years and 2 years, their third child, Adelard, was born. In 1901 another daughter, their fourth child and third girl, Joséphine, was born. With four other children in the household, their fifth child and second boy, Osias, was born in 1879. He was followed by 7 more children: their daughter Héléne, born in 1881; their son Onèsime, born in 1882; their son Martin, born in 1884; their son Charle, born in 1886; their daughter Marie, born in 1891; their daughter Lèonie, born in 1895; and their son Camille, born in 1897. Thus, at the time of the 1901 census, this Cormier family household was filled with 12 children whose ages were 3, 5, 9, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, and 27 years.