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2. How do I register a user account?
See the 2012-2017 Memorandum of Agreement template in the Resources section.
See Schedule B for the products under consideration for the 2012-2017 Membership Agreement cycle.
Schedule C in the MOA is the CCSD Data Product Sharing License. This explains how you can share the data.
Schedule D in the MOA is the Consortium End Use License Agreement. It explains how you can use the data.
9. Are there limitations to sharing datasets?
Consortia members are allowed to share the CCSD Community Data Consortium Program data with a consultant provided that both parties (Member organization and the consultant) sign a file sharing agreement. This agreement will have to be provided by CCSD. To begin this procedure email us the following information:
- Name and email address of the Consortium Lead
- Name and email address of the consultant
- Name of the project that the consultant will be working on
- Date at which the consultant will no longer require access to the data catalogue
Once that information is provided, we can work with you to enable temporary access to the files.
A complete list of Community Data Consortium data is included in the Consortium Data Reference Guide. This is Schedule B of the MOU signed between the consortia lead and Statistics Canada. It includes the data products that are acquired by the Consortium. These products are available to Consortium members in the Catalogue.
Every 5 years households received a Census of Population questionnaire. An adult in each household was asked to complete and return the questionnaire online or by mail to the Statistics Canada Data Processing Centre. There are short and long forms of the questionnaire. See the Census Dictionary for more information.
Training is available on various aspects of the Community Data Consortium site, the most common training being Statistics Canada's provides "How to use Census Data." This training is a full-day workshop that deals with the content, geography, products, and services of the Census. For more information about this course (and other StatCan courses), please see the StatCan training website. For information about CDP training/orientation, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Schedule C is the Statistics Canada Data Product Sharing Licence. This explains how you can share the data. Schedule D is the Consortium End Use Licence Agreement and explains how you can use the data. Consult your consortium lead for more information about the contractual agreement between you, the consortium lead, and the Community Data Consortium.
Census Geographies range from very large regions (Census Metropolitan Areas and Economic Regions) to very small neighbourhoods (Block Face Groups and Dissemination Areas). For complete information on Census Geography, please refer to the Program Resources page.
This numbering is due to random rounding, a confidentiality procedure applied to all Census 2006 data. For more information on random rounding, click here.
This is a factor of the dimensions included in the table you are looking at. Statistics Canada provides some information here about the effect of the 20% sample, but there is also the case of the "base population" for any given dimension. For example, data tables on the topic of housing are usually based on the total population of people in private households, the total population for these data would exclude all institutionalized individuals and therefore not be the same as the general population count used in the basic profile.
Statistics Canada provides an entire guide on how to properly cite their data, you can access it here.
This depends on the source of the data. A good place to start is on the Community Data & Catalogue Resources page. If you can't trace the source and find information to satisfy your query through there try contact us: email@example.com for more details.