Using Longitudinal Employment Analysis Program Data for Economic Research in the RDCs

March 28, 2018 |  15h00 (EDT)

With Lydia Couture - Program Manager, Canadian Centre for Data Development and Economic Research (CDER)


The 2018 CRDCN annual conference will be in Hamilton on October 18 &19.

Building an Inclusive, Prosperous and Healthy Canada: What Can We Learn From the Data? 

health, cancer, Indigenous

CRDCN webinar with Diana Withrow and Loraine Marrett

Surviving Cancer: How Do Indigenous Peoples Fare?

The Video and Power Point presentation are now available


Making Sense of Data:

Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Social Statistics

QICSS New Researchers Conference

March 20, 2018

CRDCN webinar

The Effects of Modern Treaties on Household Incomes in Aboriginal Communities

With Krishna and Ravi Pendakur.

Power point Presentation now available









The presentations and keynote adresses are now available

Recent News

  • New data set now available

    The Survey of Household Spending - 2015 is now available in the RDCs. This survey primarily collects detailed information on household expenditures. It also collects information about the annual income of household members (from personal income tax data), demographic characteristics of the household, certain dwelling characteristics (e.g., type, age and tenure) and certain information on household equipment (e.g., electronics and communications equipment).

    8 March 2018 - 9:09pm |
  • Pilot project with business data: call for proposals

    As part of a new pilot project in the RDCs, Statistics Canada is inviting research proposals to use the T2-Longitudinal Employment Analysis Program (LEAP). The T2-LEAP is an enterprise-level database that contains key information on firm entry and exit, demographics, finances, and performance. This dataset has been used to study to study issues such as employment and business dynamics, industry turnover, productivity growth, high-growth firms, and firm financing, survival and performance. Proposals will be accepted and evaluated on an ongoing basis until April 30. Read the call for proposals for all details.

    2 March 2018 - 1:47pm |
  • Call for panel proposals: CSPC 2018

    The call for panel proposals for the Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) 2018 which will be held in Ottawa on November 7-9 is now open! Proposals can be in a variety of presentation formats around this year's theme Building Bridges Between Science, Policy, and Society.The diversity of presentation formats throughout the conference makes it possible for delegates and organizations to share their thoughts, views, and experiences in an interactive and engaging manner. The deadline for submitting your proposal is April 13, 2018.

    20 February 2018 - 8:11am |