There were about 3.4 million girls aged 17 and under in Canada on July 1, 2016, accounting for about one-fifth of Canada's female population. Statistics Canada releases a new chapter, "The Girl Child," from the publication Women in Canada: A Gender-based Statistical Report.
The Data purchase and access working group (DPAWG) helps the Community Data Program management team identify data needs, improve data access, acquire data, and and address related technical concerns. See below for last meeting's notes or visit the DPAWG page for more notes and information: http://communitydata.ca/dpawg
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) is launching a call for nominations for an Advisory Committee of experts and stakeholders in the field of homelessness to support the renewal of the Homelessness Partnering Strategy.
Get a First Look at the 2016 Census - the first of a multi-part series of Census webinars hosted by Environics Analytics!
Now that we have new Population and Dwelling Counts data, what will the new numbers portend for marketers? Will market share estimates, trade areas and sales targets need to be significantly recalibrated? Demographic expert Dr. Doug Norris will discuss how organizations can use the census statistics to better understand their changing markets, adjust their marketing and improve their bottom lines.
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has some great data tools that are available upon request.
Analystis web-based tool that provides data on regional economies, such as job, wages, occupations, etc. This data is used to provide insight into workforces and support development and evaluation of municipal and regional community development strategies.