Apps Gallery

One of the benefits of Open Data is the ability to create applications. On this page you will find mobile and web-based applications, created within the Government of Canada, the public, and Canadian Open Data Experience (CODE) winners and participants. Applications submitted by the public have incorporated data licensed by the Government of Canada under the Open Government Licence. Click on the app, log in, and let us know what you think of it by providing a rating.

The applications created by the public have been developed, and are operated and owned by third parties. The Government of Canada does not endorse, approve, or certify the applications or the developers, nor does it make any representation or warranty that the information based on which the applications have been developed, including information licensed under the Open Government Licence, is accurate, complete, or correct. Your use of the applications and the information contained therein, including information licensed under the Open Government Licence, is at your sole risk.

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Publisher: Canada Border Services Agency

The Customs Interest Calculation Program (CICP) is designed to calculate Daily Specified (DS), Daily Prescribed (DP), and Monthly Prescribed (MP) interest on customs transactions. These are transactions that originate under the authority of the...

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Publisher: Canada Border Services Agency

The CBSA’s Duty and Taxes Estimator provides an estimate only and applies strictly to goods imported for personal use by Canadian citizens and residents returning to Canada.

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Publisher: Canadian Institutes of Health Research

CIHR’s funding decisions are the official record of what was decided by CIHR’s Science Council. Decisions include all successful applicants (whether or not the grant or award was accepted) and financial amounts presented reflect the original...

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Publisher: Asif Patel

This published data visualization app is based on Health Canada's Vigilance Database on Drug's Adverse Events (side effect reports) APIs. I created this data visualization alongside a programmed database since there has always been a need...

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Publisher: Sasa Bogdanovic

The motion chart shows change of life expectancy by Canadian provinces as a factor of health expenditure. The chart presents data for the period from 1991 to 2006.

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Publisher: weatherstats.ca

Weather dashboard for more than 800 locations across Canada. Consolidates current conditions, forecast, and historical climate data all in one view. Customizable. Up to 360 different charts available per location with data going back as early as...

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Publisher: Health Canada

A Notice of Compliance (NOC) is issued to a manufacturer following the satisfactory review of a submission for a new drug, and signifies compliance with the Food and Drug Regulations. The database is updated nightly and contains NOC information on...

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Publisher: Health Canada

The DPD contains product specific information on drugs approved for use in Canada. The database is managed by Health Canada and includes human pharmaceutical and biological drugs, veterinary drugs and disinfectant products. It contains...

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Publisher: datainput.co

New datasets for research, visualization and journalism

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Publisher: CODE

Four students from various background at The University of Waterloo are pleased to present AIM, a mobile web application that uses open data to improve the lives of Canadians through increased productivity. AIM provides market research for...

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