There is a lot of data on the site. Some of it is ours and much of it comes from RetroSheet.org.
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Time series statistics ranging from social to economic aspects of Canadian life.
Quick Stats are a series of free, publicly available, reports that provide aggregate-level data about health care in Canada. Unless otherwise indicated, the original data is provided to CIHI by Canada’s provinces and territories.
You can view this data in two different ways:
- An interactive format lets you manipulate how you see the health system information. Choose from specific time frames, diagnosis groups, hospital types and so on.
- A static format has information in tables that are easy to print.
The Datahub provides free access to many of CKAN's core features, letting you search for data, register published datasets, create and manage groups of datasets, and get updates from datasets and groups you're interested in. You can use the web interface or, if you are a programmer needing to connect the Datahub with another app, the CKAN API.
CREA compiles and analyzes numerous factors affecting the real estate market for the public, REALTORS® and governments.
National Climate Data and Information Archive.
An online directory containing over 1.9 million Canadian businesses (public & private). Can be searched by company name, type of business (including SIC or NAICS codes), location, employee size, sales ranges and more.
Provides access to aggregate Canadian Census Data, including access to 2006, 2001, 1996, 1991, 1986, 1981, 1976 and 1971 Individual Microdata Files.
This data collection contains seven files of Canadian census and election data, each corresponding to a particular electoral period when the number of constituencies was fixed. The data files include returns from the federal elections of 1908 and 1911 and data from the 1911 Census (Part 1), the elections of 1917 and 1921 and the 1921 Census (Part 2), the elections of 1925, 1926, and 1930 (Part 3), the elections of 1935, 1940, and 1945 (Part 4), the election of 1949 and the 1951 Census (Part 5), the elections of 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, and 1965 and the 1961 Census (Part 6), and the election of 1968 (Part 7). The election data include information on the total valid vote cast and the percentage of the total vote received by each of the major parties, including the Conservative, Liberal, Socialist, Labor, Independent, Progressive, CCF, Social Credit, NDP, and Creditiste parties, as well as a total for all other parties. The census data provide demographic information on religion, including Anglican, Baptist, Jewish, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, United Church, and other denominational sects, and ethnic origin, including British, French, German, Italian, Scandinavian, Russian, Polish, Asiatic, Native, and others, as well as information on age, education, occupation, and income from the 1961 Census.
The CCRI represents an infrastructure that facilitates research on the transformation of Canadian society in the twentieth century. The CCRI's mandate is to provide researchers with a body of data and information that can be used to acquire a better understanding of how modern-day Canada has developed. The CCRI is composed of microdata, namely, data created from Canadian census enumerations between 1911 to 1951, a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, and contextual data, namely the textual data used to situate the census in time and to enhance appropriate analysis of the data.
1911 Census located on the left of this web page provides researchers with the 1911 database, 1911 codes, 1911 data entry manual, 1911 enumerator instructions, 1911 geography component, Contextual Data (1911 to 1951), and 1911 Nesstar Webview.
This website provides detailed statistics related to dairy cattle improvement, quota exchanges & prices, milk production at the farm, shipments to processors, dairy farming revenue & expenses, processing, sales of fluid milk and cream, supply and disposition, consumption of dairy products, imports and exports, world export prices, retail prices and index prices in Canada.
The CIS-2008 marks the third cycle of this national child maltreatment data collection. The CIS-2008 data was gathered from 114 child welfare agencies/offices in every Canadian province and territory. The study employed a similar methodology to the CIS-1998 and CIS-2003 studies so that comparisons can be made.
Transport Canada's National Collision Database (NCDB) contains data on all reportable motor vehicle collisions in Canada that the provinces and territories provide each year. Every year, the number of fatalities and serious injuries on Canada's roads continue to decrease despite the fact that the number of vehicles continue to increase.The year 2010 saw fewer motor vehicle casualty collisions in Canada than in previous years. The number of motor vehicle fatalities and serious injuries also continued their downward trend. In fact, they were the lowest since the data were first collected in the early 1970's.The federal, provincial and territorial governments in Canada work to improve road safety to reduce the number of fatalities and serious injuries and to achieve the safest roads in the world.
What is the relationship between performance and cost? In this full report, you'll find 34 indicators of university performance, organized into three sub-components: access, value to students and value to society. Here you may select them all or choose your own custom subset from the indicators, in the bubble chart explore performance relative to money spent and compare performance across the country in the map view.
These summary tables provide an overview of statistical information on Canada's people, economy and governments.
Aboriginal identity population data where the population is above 250 people.
Describing characteristics of Canadian population, dwellings and agricultural operations.
This is Brampton's public hub for exploring and Downloading Open Data, Learning about Brampton's Stories and Analyzing and Combining Open Datasets to tell your own story.
In partnership with Socrata, the City of Burlington has launched Open Budget, an e-Government Open Data pilot project to allow for visualization and exploration of the Capital and Operating Budgets. graphs and images are attractive, navigable, and easy to understand. Open Budget is an application intended to drive greater government accountability and financial transparency.
The City of Edmonton has been dedicated to using technology to make municipal information more open, transparent and accessible since early 2009. Through public and business engagement, collaboration and innovation Edmonton has become a leader in Open Government.
The City of Hamilton’s Open Data Program is moving the City toward being a more open, transparent and accessible government.
The City of Mississauga is providing the datasets posted here to be available for public research, analysis, reporting, and the development of mobile applications.
Open data is public information that is freely used and provided in an accessible, structured and useful format. Mississauga Data is a growing program and new datasets will be added to our catalogue on a continual basis. When you download a dataset, you are agreeing to our user licence.
The City of Ottawa (City) now grants you a world-wide, royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to use, modify, and distribute the datasets in all current and future media and formats for any lawful purpose.
Access the City's data, organized into 15 categories.
In September 2013, the City adopted the Canadian Open Government Licence (OGL). It gives users consistent terms for accessing and using government data, making it easier to combine, integrate, and share data from multiple providers across Canada. This is a major step towards encouraging wider use of open data and delivering more value to the public. Vancouver joins the Government of Canada, Provinces of BC, Alberta, and Ontario, and the cities of Nanaimo, Edmonton, and Toronto in adopting the OGL.
Provides annual pricing data from 1960 to 2007 for various commodities through UNCTAD.
Common University Data Ontario (CUDO) for McMaster University
— Prepared by: Office of Institutional Research and Analysis
The Comprehensive Energy Use Database provides an overview of sectoral energy markets in Canada and in each region of the country.
These tables are intended to complement data published in the Energy Use Data Handbook.
This website provides detailed statistics for Ontario universities, illustrated with graphs and charts, and updated on a regular basis.
Statistical tables in which sexual orientation is included. Mostly U.S. but some international and Canadian studies as well.