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Western University’s Network for Economic and Social Trends have launched an online mapping portal allowing users to map and explore historical census data dating as far back as 1951.
The latest issue of the Canadian Research Data Centre Network’s (CRDCN) quarterly newsletter, The Data Matter, features an article about researchers using geographical and Statistics Canada microdata to uncover housing insights for policymakers and planners.
The Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) is hosting a session on February 29th on the Canadian Health Survey of Children & Youth (CHSCY) as part of their CRDCN-Statistics Canada Open Mic Series.
On March 4th, the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) will be hosting an information session webinar on the First Nations principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP).
The eighth annual GC Data Conference is being held on February 21st and 22nd, with the theme of "From Insight to Foresight". The event will be hosted virtually and registration is open to the general public.
Statistics Canada have provided a news update following COP28 on their recent and upcoming environmental data releases. Click to see the full update.
On Tuesday, November 28, 2023, HealthyDesign.City will be hosting a webinar coinciding with the official release of the HealthyPlan.City mapping tool. Click to see the full invitation.
This Fall, Statistics Canada’s Analytical Training Institute is offering two professional development courses focused on data analysis.
A quick refresher course for those who have had statistical training in the past or a fast-paced introduction to basic statistics for beginners.
The Census workshop is designed for those new to working with Census data or those who want to further develop their abilities in regards to working with Census concepts, methodology, geography and analysis.
This webinar will provide you with basic knowledge on Beyond 20/20. This user-friendly software is used at Statistics Canada to organize, manage, and disseminate socioeconomic data.
Canada’s Labour Market: An Overview of Key Developments Webinar Presented as an integrated portrait of key labour market indicators, the webinar examines how Canada’s labour market is adjusting to uncertain economic conditions.
Statistics Canada has released a progress update on the Police-Reported Indigenous and Racialized Identity Data Collection Initiative.
Statistics Canada has released a progress update on the Police-Reported Indigenous and Racialized Identity Data Collection Initiative.
Statistics Canada is pleased to invite you to two free sessions on July 17 and 18 at the Westin Hotel during the ISI World Statistics Congress (WSC) held by the International Statistical Institute. Register by July 7, 2023.
Housing is much more than a roof over one’s head. It’s a source of individual security, dignity, and identity; a key factor in economic prosperity, health, and community well-being; and a central focus of municipal policy makers and planners.
The Community Data Program's annual meeting took place from May 10th to 12th in Mississauga Ontario, hosted by the Region of Peel. This was the first time in three years that we had met in person and the event was a great success.
Statistics Canada have two upcoming free events, a webinar titled Recovery and Resilience: An Overview of Recent Economic and Social Developments and a workshop, How to Use Census Data. Both events are being held in both English and French.
Statistics Canada's Centre for Municipal and Local Data portal is now available.
The Longitudinal Immigration Database ICARE Dashboard is now available to download in the CDP catalogue and Immigration Data Portal. This dashboard presents data from the 
Statistics Canada is conducting an online survey to gather feedback for their new Census of Environment program. See the full invitation from Statistics Canada and a link to the online feedback form below.
Statistics Canada has released their Rural Data Viewer, a map that displays the content of select databases relevant to the 
Communities across Canada have experienced – and will continue to experience – significant weather-related events or disasters triggered by climate change. The impacts of climate change are evident, including observed changes in air temperature, precipitation, snow and ice cover and others.
The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) is now accepting project proposals to implement regional systems building projects, focused on supporting community organizations, social enterprises, and community economic development (CED).