The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Policy on Data Sharing states that all research data collected with the use of SSHRC funds must be preserved and made available for use by others within a reasonable period of time
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) grantees must deposit bioinformatics, atomic and molecular coordinates data into the appropriate public database immediately upon publication of research results
CIHR grantees must retain original data sets arising from CIHR-funded research for a minimum of five years after the end of the grant. This applies to all data, whether published or not
DRAFT Tri-Agency Policy "Grant recipients are required to deposit into a recognized digital repository all digital research data, metadata and code that directly support the research conclusions in journal publications, pre-prints, and other research outputs that arise from agency-supported research. The repository will ensure safe storage, preservation, and curation of the data. The agencies encourage researchers to provide access to the data where ethical, legal, and commercial requirements allow, and in accordance with the standards of their disciplines. Whenever possible, these data, metadata and code should be linked to the publication with a persistent digital identifier"