The Data Liberation Initiative (DLI) is a partnership between postsecondary institutions and Statistics Canada. The goal of the DLI is to provide access to Canadian data resources through their collection of Public Use Microdata Files (PUMFs). Researchers can access information on the PUMFs and secure RDC datafiles from Nesstar’s portal. PUMFs can be downloaded from Odesi.
The Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) hosts events for researchers to learn, present their findings, and more. Researchers can also access their YouTube channel for recordings of previous events.
Statistics Canada’s YouTube channel is also available for researchers to access for additional resources.
For a brief overview of what the Nipissing RDC has to offer, watch the video below from the previous Statistical Assistant, Avery Beall.