Statistics Canada is working with CMHC to fill in gaps in housing data.
Today, Statistics Canada released its final data series from the 2016 Census. Read CDP’s latest newsletter to get more information about what’s available.
This Wednesday (Nov 29) Statistics Canada will release the final installment of the 2016 Census data. This release will include education, labour, journey to work, language of work, mobility and migration. CDP will prepare a summary for members on Wednesday.
Consortium Lead Cheryl Hitchen (also Kingston's manager of social policy and strategic development) is making news with a data-based proposal to replace senior discounts with discounts for low-income residents.
From Environics Analytics:
CDP members, and the public at large, have until Dec 8 to provide feedback for the next census. Let Statistics Canada know how you use the census and what information would be helpful for your community to have.
From Statistics Canada:
From the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and Statistics Canada:
Halton Region data folks- check out “Making Data Work For Your,” a Community Development Halton workshop.
Ted Hildebrandt, Director of Social Planning is presenting. Topics include: Halton’s changing demographics, the purpose of statistics, and practical ways to use data.
Still making sense of the recent Census data release?
Statistics Canada is providing a webinar on the most recent data products.
To be discussed: