Accounts are available for employees of active member organizations. To join, member organizations must be not-for-profit entities and have a local (sub-provincial) mandate. If your organization is interested in becoming a member or the Community Data Program, please enter your contact information here. Please note that it can take up to three business days to activate user accounts.
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The purpose of this agreement is to allow Authorized Users (see definition below) to use data available from the Community Data Catalogue and to permit the dissemination of any resulting data products or publications, while restricting Authorized Users from transferring raw data from the Community Data Catalogue to those who are not members of the Community Data Program.
This document explains what you (referred to here as the "Community Data User") can and cannot do with data available in the Community Data Catalogue ("Schedule B", see definition below).
An independently incorporated public, para-public or voluntary sector organisation focused on the implementation of a public service goal and operating at the sub-provincial level, which has joined the Consortium. Members are listed in Schedule A.
An employee, contractor or other staff member who is formally affiliated with an approved Community Data Consortium Member Organization and formally registered with the Community Data Program via an online user registration system enabling access to all data products and program services.
Uses associated with the Member Organization to which the Authorized User is employed or otherwise engaged.
The full list of data available in the communitydata.ca catalogue to Community Data Users.
Conditions that govern the use of data listed in Schedule B.
The data products are provided "as is". Third party data providers make no warranty, either express or implied, including but not limited to, warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will third party data providers or CDP leads and their local CDP members be held liable for any direct, special, indirect, consequential or other damages however caused as a result of the use of CDP data.