Randall Bartlett, chief economist at the University of Ottawa’s Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (IFSD), calls StatsCan data the closest thing Canadians have to the “gospel truth.” However, “much of this data is released with a signif
Canada 2020 has released a new paper examining the ways open government, big data and predictive analytics are about to transform the way policy is made in Canada.
It’s been a month since the Transform the Sector, but Powered by Data still feel energized by the conference after seeing 300 people from government, foundations, and nonprofits come together with international and Canadian experts to discu
The public service is the largest employer in Nunavut.
The government will spend nearly $300 million over the next decade to collect data about the housing market.
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New products in the catalogue are the 2014 tables for Labour Income and Economic Dependency. Previous years (2012 and 2013) are also available in the catalogue. Follow the links below to download:
In celebration of the country's 150th birthday, Statistics Canada is presenting snapshots from our rich statistical history!
Women's employment rates and gender wage differences
Statistics Canada got its open data report card last week.
The Government of Canada is renewing its approach to open and transparent government. An open consultation was held to develop a new vision for open government, as well as Canada's Third Biennial Plan to the Open Government Partnership (2016-18).