2018 CRDCN Conference

Building an Inclusive, Prosperous, and Healthy Canada

Presentations now available for download.

CRDCN Webinar Series

Survey on Financing and Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises

New pilot project in the RDCs

 The audiovideo recording is now available.

QICSS International Conference 2018  

Immigration’s Impact, Immigrants’ Outcomes

Presentations are now available.

CRDCN webinar series

Fighting Poverty: How Successful is Quebec?

The audiovideo recording is now available!

census 2016

CRDCN Webinar Series

Insights into Census 2016: the RDC microdata file

The presentations are now available.



Recent News

  • Employment opportunity – research professional

    The Research Group on Human Capital is looking for a research professional to provide research assistance for microdata analyses on the intergenerational transmission of income. The members of the Group, through various research projects, are interested in understanding factors that can influence socioeconomic mobility. The data are accessible at the Quebec Interuniversity Centre for Social Statistics. For more details and application information, please see the job posting.  
    7 November 2018 - 1:38pm |
  • Gender equality or gender-based violence: call for proposals

    Status of Women Canada (SWC) informs researchers that they will seek proposals for knowledge synthesis and/or research related to gender equality or gender-based violence in Canada later this fall. You can submit a letter of intent in advance, until November 15, by clicking here. Questions and feedback should be directed to April Campbell.

  • Call for proposals: Education and skills

    The Mowat Centre and The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario invites research proposals to take part in their Research Initiative on Education and Skills (RIES), an innovative knowledge infrastructure providing researchers and policymakers access to data from the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), the Longitudinal and International Survey of Adults (LISA), and LISA’s linkages to administrative data. They are seeking projects regarding the state of skills and skills development in Canada to make fresh contributions to policy research and policy development within three areas of focus: equity; the future of work; and what skills matter. An honorarium will be paid to successful applicants. For more details, including a full listing of deliverables, submission requirements and decision timelines, click here.  For responses to frequently asked questions, click here

    2 November 2018 - 1:52pm |