The Community Recovery Dashboard is a monitoring tool for medium and long term COVID-19 recovery. The dashboard uses data from a variety of sources, including the 2016 Census and the 2019 and 2020 Labour Force Surveys, to look at the state of geographic areas across Canada prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to assess and compare their capacities for recovery from COVID-19's economic and health impacts.
The dashboard allows you to view profiles of individual geographies across Canada, ranging in scale from national to neighbourhood-sized, as well as compare select indicators across geographies using interactive maps and charts. The indicators in the dashboard relate to seven different themes: demographics, employment, housing, commuting, place of work, income and collective dwellings.
To open this dashboard, you will need Tableau Reader installed on your computer. Tableau Reader can be downloaded here.
This is Version 3 of the Community Recovery Dashboard. This update features the following changes from Version 2:
- All seven levels of geography are now consolidated into a single tab for each theme, rather than being split between CTs and other levels of geography.
- Indicators can now be mapped and compared across geographies with bubble charts at all seven levels of geography.
- Maps now include a dropdown menu to select the level of geography, and additional menus for viewing specific provinces or regions. These menus also filter the bubble charts.
- The data in the Employment tab is now available for all CSDs (including those located outside of CMAs) and CTs.
- New indicators have been added to the Income tab, including low income and income groups.
- General improvements to some charts and to the dashboard’s layout and usability.
If you have any questions, comments or issues related to the dashboard, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.