Still making sense of the recent Census data release? Statistics Canada is providing a webinar on the most recent data products. To be discussed:
Following the recent release of Census Data on Aboriginal Peoples, Statistics Canada is providing a free online learning session.
Those of you around Winnipeg may want to check out "Canadian agriculture: evolution and innovation," a presentation and panel discussion from Statistics Canada.
Next week, Statistics Canada is offering a free online learning session on the 2016 Census of Population – Immigration, Ethnocultural Diversity and Housing. This webinar will provide a helpful introduction to the data released last week.
Are you interested in starting an open data project for your municipality or organization?
Just released: Data on Aboriginal peoples, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, and housing from the 2016 Census program.
The study Chronic Low Income Among Immigrants in Canada and its Communities provides new evidence on the incidence of chronic low income among immigrants aged 25 or older during the 2000s as well as variations across 29 Canadian cities and regions.
Alan Broadbent writes What We Don’t Know:
The Newsletter from the Homeless Partnering Strategy has a few updates:
Statistics Canada is conducting a public consultation on the 2021 Census of Population from September to December 2017. We encourage you to participate in this online consultation and to forward information about the consultation to other census data users.
From the Association of Public Data Users (APDU):
From Open Government: September is a month for back to school, fresh starts and back to work! We hope you have enjoyed plenty of fun in the sun this summer! Here’s a peak at some of what we have been working on lately. Your Chance to Get Involved
Just released today - income data from the 2016 Census.
As Canada marks its 150th anniversary, Statistics Canada continues to share its year-long story of our country and its people.
CCSD is involved in a working group on Sector-Wide Data.
On September 13, 2017, Statistics Canada will release the fourth wave of data from the 2016 Census, covering income.
We now have 2015 taxfiler data! Family tables:
The Government of Canada initiative on Measuring Poverty Reduction wants to work together to reduce poverty in Canada.
Individuals who have both a mental and substance use disorder at the same time are more likely to experience poor psychological health, use more health services and report unmet needs than a person with only one type of disorder.
Powered by Data has just published a set of reports based on the discussions at Transform the Sector 2017.
As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, Statistics Canada will publish the latest chapter in the story of our country and its people.
On August 2, Statistics Canada will release the third wave of data from the 2016 Census, covering families, households, marital status and language. In his third webinar in an ongoing series examining census results, demographic expert Dr.
Digital literacy goes beyond data management, statistics, and visualization - it drives the impact investment movement, social media for good efforts, and collective evaluation and evidence-based decision making efforts!
Northern Policy Institute's State of the North is an annual conference that brings together policy experts and community leaders to explore the state of Northern Ontario from economic, social and environmental perspecti
Ed Manley, an urban researcher in the UK, decided to take open data from Winnipeg and make dot density maps. One shows variation in ethnicity, one shows linguistic variation, and another shows income disparity.