The Canadian Statistical Geospatial Explorer is an interactive online mapping tool accessible for free on the Statistics Canada website. It allows users to to view, visualize and download census, health and community data at geographies across Canada. From Statistics Canada: A new Statistics Canada interactive mapping tool puts our data in your hands. The Canadian Statistical Geospatial Explorer (CSGE), launched today, gives users the ability to explore, create custom maps and download geo-enabled data to power their own geospatial analytics and to inform decision-making about their areas of interest. The CSGE allows users to visualize data at granular levels such as dissemination areas and provincial-territorial health regions, as well as at more aggregated geographies. Statistics Canada is committed to developing new approaches and products to empower governments, businesses and Canadians to respond to, and recover from, the COVID-19 pandemic. To continue this commitment, the CSGE provides geo-enabled statistics that are critical to understanding a pandemic. The CSGE includes a range of COVID-19 relevant indicators such as those related to the health, demographic profile and socio-economic conditions of the Canadian population. These indicators are derived from a wide range of data stores including the Canadian Community Health Survey and the Census of Population. The CSGE also includes new innovative indices developed by Statistics Canada, including the Canadian Index of Multiple Deprivation and the Index of Remoteness. For more information on the CSGE and its capabilities, go to the Canadian Statistical Geospatial Explorer Hub. Click here to read the full news release from Statistics Canada.