CRDCN session at CSPC 2017

Immigration, integration and the production and utilization of scientific knowledge: What are Canada’s challenges?

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CRDCN Webinar

Do School Junk Food Bans Improve Young Canadians’ Health? Evidence from Canada

With Phil Leonard

 Video recording now available

CRDCN Webinar

The Economic Impacts of the Quebec Parental Insurance Program

With Guy Lacroix

Recording and presentation
now available!

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

Recent News

  • Indigenous Policy Research

    The report summarizing the discussion during the policy research workshop on Indigenous issues that the Network held last May in Ottawa is now available. This workshop culminated a two-year partnership with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada to support policy relevant research using data from the 2012 cycle of the Aboriginal Peoples Survey (APS). The workshop gathered approximately 65 invitees to discuss the results of these research projects focusing on Indigenous education, employment, and health, as well as the state of the data landscape relative to Indigenous Peoples in Canada. “Ethics,” “respect,” “collaboration,” “synergy,” and “strength” capture the main message from the workshop. Happy reading!

  • New dataset available

    The Canadian Community Health Survey 2016 - Annual Component (CCHS) is now available in the RDCs. The CCHS is a cross-sectional survey that collects information related to health status, health care utilization and health determinants for the Canadian population. It relies upon a large sample of respondents and is designed to provide reliable estimates at the health region level every 2 years.

    11 October 2017 - 5:32pm |
  • Census 2006 linked to hospitalization data

    We are pleased to announce the release of a linked data set that brings together data from  the 2006 long-form Census and the Discharge Abstract Database (DAD), thanks to the collaboration between Statistics Canada and the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). These linked data provide information on hospitalization patterns of Canadians and allow for analysis of subpopulations. They will also allow researchers to study the associations between the characteristics of individuals and their use of hospital services.  For more information about this new dataset, click here.

    2 October 2017 - 5:10pm |