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News from the CCEDNet Community Data Program Team

New Data Products!

June 2022

June 2022 Leads Meeting


On June 2nd and 3rd 2022, Consortium Leads gathered over Zoom for the CDP's Annual Leads Meeting. The meeting was an opportunity for the Community Data Program team to share updates, including the Annual Report and next steps for Tableau as a Member Service, and hear from leads directly.

A representative from Statistics Canada also shared an update on the 2021 Census release. Leads were able to engage in discussions around running a consortium and using and accessing community data. The CDP Team had an excellent two days discussing all things community data and we look forward to an in-person meeting in 2022!

New Data Products 

 
  • The CDP's partnership with the National Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) Secretariat allows it to purchase a wide range of immigration-related tables.
     
  • Longitudinal Immigration Database (IMBD) tables for custom LIP geographies just arrived and are now available through the CDP catalogue.
     
  • IMBD tables for standard geographies were also recently updated and are available through the CDP catalogue.

Upcoming Webinars 

 

Introduction to the Community Data Program

 
Need a refresh on accessing the data catalogue? Want to bring more evidence into your work but don't know where to start? Join us for an all-levels webinar on using and accessing data from the CDP catalogue!
 
Webinar Description: The staff of the Community Data Program (CDP) will present a webinar-based orientation on using and accessing community data.
 
This webinar will provide an overview of the Community Data Program, highlight available data sets, and demonstrate how to navigate, download, and use community data and other CDP resources. The webinar will include a live demonstration and a question and answer period.
 
Date: 1:30 EST, June 14th, 2022
 

Register here

Ask a Community Data Expert

 
We invite CDP users to contact us with their data questions. These can go beyond basic questions on finding and opening data products. We understand that many users do not have the capacity to work with our catalogue or make use of Beyond 2020 and IVT files. Where we can we will do our best to provide you with a data table in Excel format for the geographies and indicators you need.
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