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NB RDC (New Brunswick RDC)

The New Brunswick Research Data Centre (NB-RDC) was one of the first RDCs to commence operations, in 2001. More than 250 researchers have accessed it since then. The NB-RDC enjoys a close relationship with its partner the New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network as well as with the Government of New Brunswick.

Branches are now open at the Université de Moncton and Memorial University. The Saint John campus is home to a satellite RDC.

Publications

Visible minority status, immigrant status and earnings in Canada: A cohort analysis, McDonald, James Ted, and Worswick Christopher , {Canadian immigration: Economic evidence for dynamic policy environment}, Kingston, ON, p.111 - 145, (2010)
Does geography matter? The health service use and unmet health care needs of older Canadians, McDonald, J. T., and Conde H. , Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, Volume 29, Number 1, p.23 - 37, (2010)