Statistics Canada data
- Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians : Crowdsourcing 7 - Experiences of Discrimination
- Record of Employment (ROE) - 2020
- Linkage of the 2019 SELCCA to the 2016 Census, 2017 T1FF, 2018 Canada Child Benefit File and IMDB
- New Hospitalization data linked to Longitudinal Administrative Databank (LAD)
- Canadian Health Survey on Seniors (CHSS)
- Longitudinal and International Study of Adults (LISA) 2018 (wave 4)
- Canadian Health Survey on Children and Youth (CHSCY) 2019
- Canadian Perspectives Survey Series 2 (CPSS) 2020: Monitoring the effects of COVID-19
- General Social Survey - Giving, Volunteering and Participating (GSS GVP) 2018 - Cycle 33
- Employment Insurance Coverage Survey (EICS) -2018
- Canadian Housing Survey (CHS) 2018
- The British Columbia Ministry of Education Kindergarten to Grade 12 (BCK-12) file. The BCK-12 can be linked to T1 Family File (T1FF) and to Census 2016 - additional component produced contains parental tax outcome information
- National Cannabis Survey (NCS) 2019 - Wave 4
- Healthy Aging Phase 2: New Canadian Community Health Survey data has been linked to the Canadian Cancer Registry, the T1 Family Files and to the Census (short form) data
- Update - 2011 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CanCHEC) - Update
- Community Noise and Health Study (CNHS) 2013 - Update
Statistics Canada is aware of the impact of the closure of Research Data Centres. Therefore, some of the conditions of its Real-Time Remote Access System (RTDA) have been relaxed.
- A six month-free subscription is available for all researchers from all Quebec and Canadian universities.
- Requests for access will be processed faster than usual (within 2 to 4 days). (Generally, it can take up to two weeks to process a request.)
- Data requests directly related to the COVID-19 Pandemic will be considered (except for business data).
What is Real Time Remote Access?
The RTRA system allows users to run SAS programs, in real time, against microdata located in a central and secure location.