CRDCN Webinar

Health capacity to
work at older ages:
Evidence from Canada

Recording now available


The Canadian Foundation
for Innovation awards
$5.9 million to the CRDCN
from its Major Science
Initiatives Fund

CRDCN Webinar

The Canadian Community Health Survey: what’s new in the 2015 cycle?

With Andrew MacKenzie

Video recording now available!

CRDCN Webinar

Multi-Level Income Inequality and Well-Being with Ageing

With Susan A. McDaniel

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Recent News

  • Call for abstracts: administrative data, immigration, and migration

    Guest editors Ted McDonald and Michael Haan invite abstracts for a special issue of The Journal of Population Research that will feature research involving the use of administrative data to study immigration and migration. Interested parties should submit an abstracts by July 15; only successful authors will be invited to submit a full paper. Final manuscripts are due by September 30. All details available here.

    14 June 2017 - 4:19pm |
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Epidemiology of Aging

    A postdoctoral fellowship opportunity at the University of Ottawa is currently available for a researcher with training and interest in epidemiology of aging. Duties will include statistical analysis of data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, manuscript preparation, presentation of results, and some mentorship of graduate students. Interested candidates should be available to start as soon as possible. Please send your résumé to Ellen Freeman.

    18 May 2017 - 12:07pm |
  • Learn about RDCs at Congress 2017

    On May 30th, our colleagues from Statistics Canada are hosting a session at Congress 2017 in Toronto to discuss “How to access Statistics Canada’s confidential data sets and the experience of working at Research Data Centres.” Moderated by CRDCN’s executive director Martin Taylor, the panel includes seasoned researchers as well as graduate students who will share their experience of working with RDC microdata. Martin Cooke (Waterloo), Michael Haan (Western), Heather Rollwagen (Ryerson), Brittany Etmanski (Ph.D. candidate at Waterloo), and Brad Seward (Ph.D. candidate at Guelph) are looking forward to answer all your questions about the process of applying for RDC access and the type of research that can be conducted with RDC data. Welcome!

    16 May 2017 - 4:36pm |