Dalhousie Libraries provides help in finding and retrieving data and statistics for all kinds of assignments and research projects. Our GIS Center can help you locate GIS data, manipulate data in GIS software, and display your results on a map.
BBC The Joy of Stats - Hans Rosling
Sources of Data - By Subject
To expand your search, you can:
Visit Statistic Canada's Statistics by Subject portal (best practice is usually to click on "all subtopics").
Explore the Canadian Census for data about population, age, sex, dwellings, families, marital status, language, immigration and ethnocultural diversity, aboriginal peoples, education and labour, mobility and migration, language of work, income and housing.
Learn about the DLI and RDC programs to find and access Canadian microdata.
Comparable time-series data for a range of health indicators from a number of sources including the Canadian Community Health Survey, Vital Statistics, and Canadian Cancer Registry (last released in 2014).
These tables provide an overview of housing conditions and trends in Canada and in each province and Census Metropolitan Area, including housing construction, prices, and sales; rental market trends; mortgage lending; and housing stock.
Comprehensive portrait of women in Canada today including their demographic profile, family status, health, educational attainment, labour force characteristics, and income levels, as well as their involvement in criminal activity as both perpetrators and victims.