Although the Map & Data Library is physically closed, we are still available remotely and happy to help. We can conduct consultations using online teleconferencing software. Please feel free to contact us at mdl@library.utoronto.ca or use our help form. We have a number of tutorials available, are still supplying software licenses, and have compiled a list of resources for working with COVID-19 data.

Please note that our computer lab is also accessible for use through remote access. See this link for more information.

COVID-19: Updates on library services and operations

Canada

Multifactor productivity growth estimates and industry productivity database (KLEMS)

The KLEMS industry productivity database includes multifactor productivity indexes, output, capital (K), labour (L), energy (E), materials (M) and services (S) inputs. KLEMS is an international intiative. KLEMS data has now been integrated into the following CANSIM tables, available on the Statistics Canada website. ​​

CMHC - statistics & data

Annual reports and monthly updates contain current and historical data on housing in Canada – new construction, new home prices and sales, rental statistics and the demographics of housing demand. Scroll to the bottom of the page for access to data tables which include historical data.

Health: Key Tables from OECD

This contains statistics on expenditures (total, pharmaceutical, out-of-pocket), number of physicians and nurses, hospital beds, life expectancy, infant mortality, suicides, overweight population, doctors consultations, etc. The statistics are for Canada and other OECD countries. The data is on annual basis and is avalibale from 2004 to latest. The data sets are available in HTML, PDF and Excel formats.

Trade data online

Trade Data Online provides the ability to generate customized reports on Canada's and U.S. trade in goods with over 200 countries. Allows to search imports, exports, and trade balances by product or by industry (NAICS).

Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC) - statistics

The Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC) collects work injury statistics in Canada. Note that some statistics on this website are only available at a cost. However, the Key Statistical Measure (KSM) reports are freely available & can be exported to Excel or PDF. KSM reports include claims and financial measures.