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Data and Mapping
This guide highlights key sources of online provincial, national, and international demographic statistics, economic indicators, social indicators, as well as housing, education, and industry data. Includes information on online mapping tools.
The Canadian Socio-Economic Information Management System (CANSIM) is Statistics Canada's key socioeconomic database. Updated daily, CANSIM provides fast and easy access to a large range of the latest statistics available in Canada. CANSIM comprises over 40 million time-series and thousands of tables. CANSIM at CHASS allows for search, browsing, and extraction of multiple CANSIM tables.
The CHASS Census Analyzer allows users to extract particular variables from the Census microdata, rather than working with the entire census PUMF. Select the census year and geographic level desired, then choose your variables for analysis.
Researchers can access microdata for a number of Statistics Canada surveys. The surveys available are at this link. Formerly, they could be accessed through Nesstar, however security issues led to this being removed and a new platform is forthcoming. Some data is available through Statistics Canada's Open Data portal; for other data, please contact the data services librarian at email@example.com.
The Government of Canada's Open Data portal. You can browse by subject, or search specific datasets to download and use. There is also information on working with data and APIs (application program interfaces), visualizing data, and suggesting data.
SiteWiseeasily provides demographic profile reports for Canadian standard geographic or mapped study areas.Data includes most current census, estimates and projections, consumer spending, business profiles etc.