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, 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: North Bits Solutions Ltd.
Météo is a simple, yet powerful weather application specifically designed for Canadians. Météo utilizes data from Environment and Climate Change Canada and provides advanced features such as current location support to find your closest weather…
KH CANDADA is, “a discovery portal to lifestyle interests in Canada’s cities and urban centers”
Over 900 of Canada’s Urban Centers (Cities, Towns, Trade Centers etc.) are pre-loaded for off-line use with microphone (voice-to-text)
Publisher: Zoom Nutrition
An application that simplifies the nutritional label found on food products. It translates color-coded nutrition information, inspired by the colors of traffic lights, to allow consumers to make informed choices in the grocery store. Nutritional…
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 1866…
KH HIT-CITY is made by KamaHapa, a Vancouver based start-up!
When launching the app, everyone sees a vista of Whistler BC. That’s the Home Page. The app proudly promotes Canada to the World, right at the outset.
Just search “HIT-CITY…
Publisher: Sunny Purewal
epac turns Hansard into a chatbot. Follow parliamentary debate in a conversational format on topics important to you, organized in a thoughtful manner.
epac is a civic engagement tool that keeps Canadians in touch with their government.…
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…
The reports are intended to provide insights on immigration from various perspectives, such as category, country of birth, landing cities, and etc.
Reports are fully interactive: mouse over a graph and you'll get a tooltip showing detailed…
Publisher: Cody Boyko
A basic Border Wait Time web app using Material Design Ruby on Rails without a database. When making the app I had basic goals. 1. To build something using Open data. 2. Use rails without a database to build and render static html (or mostly static…
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…
Publisher: Carys Mills
See Canadian earthquakes over the last week and filter by magnitude.
Publisher: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Description: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Agroclimate Map Selector is an online interactive tool on the Drought Watch website which allows users to select and view a large and ever-growing collection of agroclimate map products by specifying a…
Publisher: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Agroclimate Map Selector is an online interactive tool on the Drought Watch website which allows users to select and view a large and ever-growing collection of agroclimate map products by specifying a region,…
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…
Publisher: Milieu Technologies Ltd.
Milieu is a web application that maps urban planning and development information in an easy to use interface. We allow citizens to comment on developments in their neighbourhoods and use cognitive computing to translate their feedback into insight for…