CCSD is involved in a working group on Sector-Wide Data.
On September 13, 2017, Statistics Canada will release the fourth wave of data from the 2016 Census, covering income.
We now have 2015 taxfiler data!
The Government of Canada initiative on Measuring Poverty Reduction wants to work together to reduce poverty in Canada.
On Wednesday, October 11th at 1:30pm Eastern time, the Community Data Program (CDP) will be giving a webinar-based orientation on how to use the CDP catalogue as well as the software Beyond 20/20.
Individuals who have both a mental and substance use disorder at the same time are more likely to experience poor psychological health, use more health services and report unmet needs than a person with only one type of disorder.
As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, Statistics Canada will publish the latest chapter in the story of our country and its people.
Information from public datasets available through Statistics Canada and other providers are useful for tracking social indicators at a large scale like provinces or major cities, but how can they be used at a smaller scale by community organizations?
On August 2, Statistics Canada will release the third wave of data from the 2016 Census, covering families, households, marital status and language. In his third webinar in an ongoing series examining census results, demographic expert Dr.
Digital literacy goes beyond data management, statistics, and visualization - it drives the impact investment movement, social media for good efforts, and collective evaluation and evidence-based decision making efforts!