The 1921 Census of Canada was released in 2013 and is available free of charge on Ancestry.ca or can be seached vis the database found on the Librar and Archive Canada site (see links below)
No alphabetical index exists, so you cannot (yet) search for a person by name. However, you can browse the census pages by district and subdistrict. Note that the City of Kingston is treated as a separate district--it is not a subdistrict of Frontenac County.
Learn more about the release of the 1921 census from the Kingston Whig-Standard and on the Anglo Celtic Connections.
1921 Census of Canada
Access to the Ancestry Library Edition website is restricted to KFPL branches. A subscription is required outside of the KFPL network.
Find your Ancestors in the 1921 Canadian Census. Canada added 1,581,840 new residents between 1911 and 1921. The Prairie Provinces were the big gainers, with Alberta and Saskatchewan each growing by more than 50 percent.
Census of Canada, 1921
Learn more about the background of the Census of Canada, 1921 on the Library and Archive Canada site.