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: datainput.co

New datasets for research, visualization and journalism

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Publisher: Canada Facts

Celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation by learning more about Canada through Canada Facts application. More than 100 facts in different subjects: History, Geography, People and Science. More facts are going to be added on weekly...

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Publisher: http://redejobs.com/

It is an application that allows to create dynamic visualizations from the governments data related to the companies who applied for LMIA in 2014 and 2015 as well as for a tool to search the company information in a map (company name, number of...

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Publisher: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

The AZMP has the aim of collecting and analyzing the biological, chemical, and physical field data that are necessary to (1) characterize and understand the causes of oceanic variability at the seasonal, inter-annual, and decadal scales, (2)...

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Publisher: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

La carte interactive des ententes de partenariats fédéral, provincial, territorial montre les partenariats conclus au pays dans les différents secteurs de programme, comme l’éducation, les services à l’enfance et à la famille, l’aide au revenu, la...

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Publisher: Parks Canada

Parks Canada’s official mobile app has all the essentials you’ll need to plan a successful trip. Discover Parks Canada’s lesser-known hidden gems, tag special events you don’t want to miss, create a personalized packing list, unlock fun frames and...

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Publisher: Canadian Institutes of Health Research

The Funding Opportunity Database allows anyone to search for and display information on CIHR's current and or recently archived opportunities based on the selection or search criteria entered.

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Publisher: Parks Canada

Parks Canada: Experience Camping One of the best ways to discover some of Canada’s most beautiful natural heritage areas is by spending the night in one of Parks Canada’s many campgrounds across the country. Starry nights, breathtaking views, tons...

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Publisher: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

The Biomass Inventory Mapping and Analysis Tool (BIMAT) is an interactive mapping application that provides Internet-based GIS functionality to query and visualize biomass inventory data. You will be able to make well-informed decisions based on...

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Publisher: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

The Plant Hardiness Zones map outlines the different zones in Canada where various types of trees, shrubs and flowers will most likely survive. It is based on the average climatic conditions of each area. The first such map for North America,...

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