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Toronto RDC

The Toronto RDC, open since 2001, is a secure research facility set up for the express purpose of enabling social science, health and policy researchers to analyze Statistics Canada's master longitudinal, panel and cross-sectional survey data.

The Toronto RDC houses 25 workstations, as well as printing facilities, lockers, a conference room with workstation and projector, and an Internet Room. Researchers can also conduct their research through York University's and Nipissing University's branches.

Publications

Age-related differences in work injuries: A multivariate, population-based study, Breslin, F. C., and Smith P. M. , American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 48, Number 1, p.50 - 56, (2005)
Gender differences in job strain, social support at work, and psychological stress, Vermeulen, Marian, and Mustard Cameron , Journal of Occupational Health, October, Volume 5, Number 4, p.428 - 440, (2000)