Congratulations to Catherine Haeck, academic director of the CIQSS laboratory at UQÀM, who won the emerging faculty prize offered by the vice-deanship of research at EDG-UQÀM. This prize is awarded each year to a professor at the start of their career whose research program is well under way. Catherine Haeck is a shining example of this, having started in her role as professor in 2014. Specialist in the economics of education and work, she stood out for her numerous positions in the media, always in favor of young people, toddlers, students and their success. She is a principal researcher for the competence axis at CIRANO, member of the GRIP CHU Sainte-Justine, of the Human Capital Research Group (ESG UQÀM) and researcher affiliated with the Education Policy Research Initiative. She has published in several major economic and human capital journals, in addition to having received more than $9M in research grants since 2014 (including SSHRC and FRQSC).
Congratulations to Mamadou Oury Sow, who will present his doctoral thesis, entitled "La qualité de l’emploi chez les immigrants : une analyse selon les parcours migratoires pré-Canada", on October 1st. His thesis was produced using data from the three waves of the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada (LSIC) carried out jointly by Statistics Canada and Citizenship and Immigration Canada between 2001 and 2005, and available in the CIQSS laboratories. Due to the pandemic, the thesis defense will be by invitation only.
L'axe Inégalités sociales de santé et équité (ISSE) du Réseau de recherche en santé des populations du Québec vous invite à participer au webinaire " Réaliser une analyse fondée sur le genre grâce à des données ne contenant pas de mesure du genre : Une innovation pour les utilisateurs des données de l’Enquête sur la santé dans les collectivités canadiennes " qui se tiendra le 9 septembre 2020, de 12h à 13h. La présentation visera à partager de récents travaux sur le développement et la validation d’un nouvel indice composite de genre grâce aux données de l’Enquête sur la santé dans les collectivités canadiennes (ESCC). Pour plus d'information et pour vous inscrire, cliquez ici.
- 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
CRDCN is proud to present a series of panel discussions related to COVID-19. This webinar series will engage CRDCN researchers, Statistics Canada subject matter experts and government policy-makers to:
- Identify emerging questions for COVID-19 related research and corresponding data needs
- Inform policy-making and program decisions in the immediate and mid-term
- Facilitate collaborative research and data development to inform Canada's COVID-19 response
Register for any upcoming sessions below or review those you missed. Following the introductory session on May 14th, four additional webinars will focus on one of our strategic research areas.
May 14 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. RESEARCH FOR POLICY - RESPONDING TO COVID-19
This webinar will be of particular interest to graduate students and faculty - please share widely within your institutions!
Recent physical distancing protocols pertaining to the COVID-19 Pandemic have meant that RDC researchers need to find alternative ways of carrying out their research. This webinar will be of interest to graduate students, librarians, faculty and researchers. The Real Time Remote Access (RTRA) program offers one alternative way to access confidential Statistics Canada data. Other options include using the Statistics Canada public use files and analyzing data from other sources.