The Linguistic Data Consortium (LDC) is an open consortium of universities, libraries, corporations and government research laboratories.
Freely available datasets from the City of Toronto. Includes statistics on emergency services, budget, bikeways, childcare, city wards, food banks, public health, elections, economic indicators, festival & events, forest and land cover, parking, lobbyism, permits, parks, etc.
D-PLACE is an interactive database which contains cultural, linguistic, environmental and geographic information for over 1400 human cultural groups.
Statistics Canada product number 10F0007XCB
The Inventory of Statistics Canada's questionnaires on CD-ROM. The disc contains scanned images of questionnaires used to conduct questionnaire-based surveys in 1998. Statistics Canada catalogue number 12-205-XCB.
Research data made freely available to academic researchers.
Demographic profiles reflect the results of the 2011 & 2006 Censuses and provide key information on the social and economic fabric of the City for 44 Wards, 4 Community Councils and 140 neighbourhoods.
The second edition of Historical Statistics of Canada was jointly produced by the Social Science Federation of Canada and Statistics Canada in 1983.
The fact sheets on official language groups consolidate and present demographic, linguistic and economic data on Canadians for each province and territory.
This document includes three tables. Each table indicates the number and percentage of persons that constitute the official language minority, according to estimates of first official language spoken.