The next T1FF webinar will be held on May 8. This webinar series is intended to help you understand basic (standard) taxfiler tables and learn how to better use them.
Are you in the Ottawa area and want to learn more about how community data is used in the non-profit sector? Take advantage of a special discount for the 7th annual Leveraging Our Strengths Conference.
In 2018, Statistics Canada changed how the Census Family Low Income Measure was calculated. Two new papers explain the use of the Low Income Measure from the T1 Family File.
Title: CDP Webinar: Spotlight on the Winnipeg Consortium and the new Manitoba Collaborative Data Portal (MbCDP)
Date: April 10, 1:30 to 3:00 pm ET
Many were excited when Sidewalk Labs (the urban innovation branch of Google’s Alphabet) won a competition to develop Toronto’s Quayside neighbourhood, promising to integrate data and urban design.
Accessibility Ontario has a great initiative with two webinars next month:
We are keeping the CDP User Survey open a bit longer.
Why get involved? Action plans help set commitments and define how we will make progress for a two-year period.
Examples of commitments from previous plans:
From the Community Indicators Consortium in the US, an interesting webinar on how Essex County (Massachusetts) tracks their quality of life indicators.
From Statistics Canada:
Statistics Canada is offering a new workshop based on the 2016 Census in Toronto and Ottawa this March!
How to Use Census Data (1 Day)