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The DLI provides access to hundreds of StatsCan public use microdata files, statistical table databases, and gepgraphic/spatial datafiles. DLI datafile downloads are password-protected and must be obtained through SANDS.
Postal Code Conversion Files (PCCF and PCCF+)
Postal Code Conversion Files (PCCF and PCCF+) are digital files which allow Canada's six digit postal codes and StatsCan geographic areas to correspond and allow users to create Spatial Data using GIS. PCCF and PCCF+ codes are not available online. To obtain access contact SANDS.
Queen's University Library has created a guide and video to explain the use of the PCCF+ file.
A web-based data exploration, extraction, and analysis tool. It lets you search for survey questions (variables) across hundreds of datasets held in a growing number of collections, and supports basic tabulation and analysis online.
Provides access to the Canadian Census of Population Data, the National Household Survey, and Postal Code Conversion Files. CHASS includes profile files at enumeration areas, census tracts, census divisions, census subdivisions, federal electoral districts or provincial levels with some data going back to 1961.
The Canadian Financial Markets Research Centre Summary Information Database includes: daily and monthly Toronto Stock Exchange trading information about specific securities; information on “price adjustments” such as dividends, stock splits, recapitalizations, etc.; information on daily and monthly index levels; as well as selected other financial markets information. The data is updated annually.
Use of the database is restricted to current faculty, students and staff of the University of Regina for academic research and teaching purposes only. The data may not be used for any commercial purposes. When publishing on the basis of these data, cite this database as the source.
Collects a variety of health data from every province and territory across Canada. Information is available on a variety of topics including: types of care; health system performance; spending and health workforce; factors influencing health, statistics including interactive tables, mental health, health expenditures, health indicators, etc.
Canadian Industry Statistics (CIS) analyses industry data on many economic indicators using the most recent data from Statistics Canada. CIS looks at industry trends and financial information, such as GDP, Labour Productivity, Manufacturing and Trade data.
Census geography covers a wide range of geographic areas - from provinces and territories down to blocks. These geographic areas have boundaries, names, and other information that make it possible to locate them on the ground and relate census data to them. For some products, information is available for current and previous censuses.
The Census Subdivision Boundary contains the boundaries of all census subdivisions which combined cover all of Canada. The file provides a framework for mapping and geographic analysis that is possible using GIS or other mapping software.
Developed by the University of Manitoba and the Social Science Research Laboratories (SSRL) at University of Saskatchewan, this data portal provides visualizations of immigration data in Western Canada. Easy to use and great for those new to data and data visualization.
Geodisy allows you to find research data visually, spatially, and quickly with an interactive map. Geodisy is especially useful if you are looking for spatial data or data tied to a specific location. This also includes areas not defined by official boundaries. You can search by place name, or by drawing a box on the interactive map.
The University of Regina is located on Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6 Territory. These are the ancestral lands of the nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšināpēk (Salteaux), Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.