Following the upcoming Families, Households and Marital Status, Canadian Military Experience, and Income 2021 Census data release, Statistics Canada will be hosting a webinar presenting key results from the data on Wednesday, July 20th, 2022.
New data from the 2021 Census were released today.
On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, Expert Community on Housing (ECOH) will be hosting a webinar titled Community Data for Housing Solutions. This webinar will feature presentations from CDP team members Sasha Mosky and Jamie Carrick.
On Wednesday, March 30th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm ET, Open Data Institute (ODI) will be hosting an online event titled Sharing Data Better: The Rise of Data Institutions.
The Pivot Hub is a free and open-source online data portal. The portal offers data and findings from a survey of youth in 47 Canadian cities.
Today, Statistics Canada is releasing the first results from the 2021 Census of Population. These results focus on the growth in population and dwellings from 2016 to 2021 at the national, provincial and territorial levels, as well as for various subprovincial geographical levels.
On February 23rd and 24th, 2022, Statistics Canada and the Canada School of Public Service will the hosting the sixth annual Government of Canada Data Conference. The event will be held virtually, and registration is free and open to the public.
On Tuesday, November 30th, Simcoe County Local Immigration Partnership will be hosting a webinar titled Improving Immigrant Residents Health Care Experience.
As part of their Data Literacy training Initiative, Statistics Canada has released a new self-learning educational tool called Statistics: Power from Data.
In advance of the 2021 Census dissemination releases, Statistics Canada has released the first set of geographic and reference products from the 2021 Census.
In the coming weeks, Statistics Canada will be hosting two free webinars; Consumer Price Index: Understanding inflation, how it’s measured and what it means for you! on Tuesday, November 30th, and Results from the Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and Cybercrime 2019 on December
On Thursday, October 28th, Canadian Open Data Society will be hosting two online sessions from the Canadian Open Data Summit. These sessions are A Roadmap for Data Across Canada (presented in English) and Data Liberation Matters (presented bilingually).
The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, alongside Social Innovation Canada, will be delivering three webinars in the coming months to coincide with the opening of applications for their 2021 Solutions Labs. These webinars will highlight the outcomes of previous Solutions Labs.
On Wednesday October 13th, Statistics Canada and the Centre for Rural Economic Development will be hosting a free workshop titled Measuring Access to Services: International and Canadian Experienc
Statistics Canada has launched the Real-time Local Business Conditions Index as an experimental statistic to measure business activity in real time during the pandemic and beyond.
Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation has worked with local experts and consultants to research and create the Waterloo Region's 2021 Vital Signs® Report that specifically focuses on one of the most pressing issues in our community – Affordable Housing. The report features data from the CDP cat
Next week, the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will be hosting a virtual workshop titled Workshop on Data for Inclusive SDG Monitoring in Canadian Cities.
Statistics Canada have released an article in The Daily titled Defining Canada’s Downtown Neighbourhoods: 2016 Boundaries which presents their boundaries of downtowns, based on the 2016 Standard Geo
Later this month, Statistics Canada will be hosting a free information session titled Demystifying Confidence Intervals, and a free webinar on results from the Survey on Early Learning and Child Care Arrangements.
On May 12th, 2021, Statistic's Canada announced the launch of their 2021 Census dissemination planning web module, which provides information on their dissemination strategy for the 2021 C
On May 26th and 27th, Statistics Canada will be hosting a free webinar titled Statistics Canada’s 2021 Census: New Content. The webinar will provide an overview of the new content in the 2021 Census. See the full invitation from Statistics Canada below:
Statistics Canada have released a new series of videos as part of their Data Literacy Training Initiative: "A new suite of training videos from the Data Literacy Training Initiative is now available. Building on materi
Test your Census knowledge with Statistics Canada's 2021 Census game: "Want to test how much of a #CensusGeek you are? Then you have come to the right place.
Statistics Canada have released their 2021 Census soundtrack: "As Canada’s statistical portrait, the census is a reflection of who we are and what makes us Canadian.