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Looking for data about Government of Canada services, financials, national demographic information or high resolution maps? Discover that and more through our open data portal, your one-stop shop for Government of Canada open datasets.
Explore the Government of Canada’s geospatial data, services, and applications and create customized maps.
Review the open data inventories submitted by Government of Canada departments and agencies.
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Search through the one-stop shop for Government of Canada Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). These APIs provide a wealth of government data and information for you to build new applications and services for Canadians.
Browse and download apps that were built both by the Canadian public and the Government of Canada that use open data.
Explore how Canadians are using open data to power innovation and its impact on communities.
Learn what open data is, how to get the most out of it, and explore the principles that are guiding the Government of Canada’s open data initiatives.
Learn more about how to use a variety of data formats, including application programming interfaces (APIs).
Learn how to tell a story through data. Explore the multi-step process and discover the benefits of developing interactive data visualization tools to enhance understanding and answers questions.
Manipulate the SNPS data and customize your queries to get the most useful and relevant information to meet your needs. Designed using open-source technology, this tool contains the survey data, by first official language, region, organisation and organisation size. The data is presented in graphical format but is also available in tabular form for ease of analysis.
We challenged students across Canada to show us how they’ve used open data and information, here are the winners!