Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Statistics




BIS statistics, compiled in cooperation with central banks and other national authorities, are designed to inform analysis of financial stability, international monetary spillovers, and global liquidity.

City of Yellowknife's Open Data Portal




The City of Yellowknife's Open Data Portal gives application developers and GIS users the ability to easily access the most requested spatial data sets.

City of Windsor's Open Data




Citizens are encouraged to use or repurpose the City of Windsor's open data for research purposes or to improve their interaction with municipal services and facilities. Members of the community can use the raw data provided here to create and share resources from maps to applications and more.

Please be aware that by downloading or accessing this data, you agree to be bound by the City of Windsor's Open Data Terms of Use.

The City of Welland Open Data




The City of Welland Open Data project was initiated by the Information Services Division and involves the free dissemination of digital information via the City’s web site.  The Open Data Catalogue provides a list of all the digital data sets available for download and use.  You will find spatial data for use with GIS software, as well as tabular and textual data and documents.  This Data Catalogue will expand and change over time as more information becomes available for public use, so we encourage you to visit the data catalogue often. 

City of Sherbrooke Open Data Portal




In 2016, the Québec government and the municipalities of Gatineau, Laval, Montreal, Quebec City, and Sherbrooke joined forces to create the new Data Québec open data portal. Several other municipalities then followed suit, and thanks to this collaboration, several hundred datasets are now available. The site contains digital data distributed in a structured way according to a particular method, with an open license guaranteeing their free access and reuse.

City of Saint John Open Data




This public platform also allows you to explore and download open data, discover and build applications, and commit to solving important local problems. 

City of Rimouski Open Data




In 2016, the Québec government and the municipalities of Gatineau, Laval, Montreal, Quebec City, and Sherbrooke joined forces to create the new Data Québec open data portal. Several other municipalities then followed suit, and thanks to this collaboration, several hundred datasets are now available. The site contains digital data distributed in a structured way according to a particular method, with an open license guaranteeing their free access and reuse.

City of Niagara Falls Open Data




The City of Niagara Falls, Canada, is committed to improving citizen services, providing transparency and showing government accountability, in the most innovative and cost-effective ways possible, therefore supporting the open government philosophy.

The City's newest initiative, pioneered by GIS Services, is to provide Open Data online. The website design now supports the publication and distribution of public information in both viewable and downloadable formats.

Montreal Open Data Portal




By opening its data to everyone, the City of Montreal allows it to be reused for different purposes, including commercial purposes. The results of this reuse can then be shared in the community, which creates a multiplier effect. The data released and reused thus generate benefits in the economic, cultural, social, and technological spheres.

City of London Open Data




​The intent of the Open Data London initiative is to provide information and data that is easily reusable and can be used by the user as they wish. The limitations around the re-use of this data are dictated by the Terms of Use, which essentially state that:

- users are free to re-use the data
- recognition should be given to the City of London.

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