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The Canadian Statistical Geospatial Explorer is an interactive online mapping tool accessible for free on the Statistics Canada website.
CityWatch Canada is an interactive platform that tracks emergency response measures put in place by local governments across Canada, updated daily.
The MaRS Healthy Neighbourhoods Data Challenge is a competion, launched June 2019, in which Canadians were asked to "identify and/or create new data sets, data sources and methodologies to improve our understanding of physical environments and promote healthy living".
From April 3rd to April 16th, Statistics Canada will be conducting a survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
If you are looking for data on COVID-19 or looking to track cases in Canada or globally, there are several online resources available to help with this:
In light of recent developments relating to COVID-19, we want to let all Community Data Program users know that the program's operations will be continuing as usual.
Statistics Canada is holding a series of digital conferences, titled Canada 4.0 - society, the economy and the digital transformation. The next conference in this series is: Connected: The digital revolution and the well-being of Canadians
Community Development Halton have released a new issue in their Community Lens series, examining home energy poverty in the Halton Region. The report looks at Halton households spending more than twice the Canadian average on home energy needs, using 2016 Census data. From the report:
Statistics Canada's latest newsletter contain information on the Chat with an Expert they are holding tomorrow, as well as on a new report, titled Associations between parent and child sedentary behaviour and physical activity in early childhood.
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Statistics Canada have sent out a newsletter on their new Canadian Centre for Energy Information. Read the contents below:
This article from CBC looks at planned changes to Canada's federally adopted low-income measure and how they could lead to a poverty rate increase.  From the article:
Statistics Canada have sent out a newsletter with information on their recently released report, Education Indicators in Canada: An International Perspective, 2019, as well as their upcoming Chat with an Expert session. Read the content of the newsletter below:
The Canadian Urban Sustainability Practitioners (CUSP) have sent out their November newsletter, which focuses on their newly-launched Energy Poverty and Equity Explorer. From the newsletter:
Waterloo Global Science Initiative (WGSI) is a non-profit focused on catalyzing collective action to implement the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Canada.
Powered by Data and the Data Policy Coalition have prepared a written submission, with the aim contributing to the Ontario Governm
Statistics Canada is holding a series of digital conferences, titled Canada 4.0 - society, the economy and the digital transformati
09/05/2019 provides free access to climate-related data for a variety of variables at locations all across Canada. From the website:
Statistics Canada is holding a series of digital conferences, titled Canada 4.0 - society, the economy and the digital transformati
Statistics Canada is offering four free upcoming online learning sessions. Advanced registration is required. As spaces are limited, please register early! The Consumer Price Index – Launch of the new data visualization tool and recent changes to the program
The Globe & Mail has released another article from its Data Gap series, this time on six data gaps readers have encountered.
New statistical measures for the digital age Advancements in technology and the Internet have fundamentally changed how people and businesses interact and how they produce, distribute and consume goods and services.
Check out this episode of The Agenda on TVO focusing on the dearth of data in Canada.
On April 16, 2019, Statistics Canada will be hosting a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) to discuss the results of the 2018 Annual Review of the Labour Market, as well as national trends in labour statistics and key provincial and industrial sector changes.   Join and ask your questions to Sta
Statistics Canada has 4 free upcoming online learning webinars! Advanced registration is required. As spaces are limited, please register early!