Data and statistics can be a very useful addition to your research. Data must be carefully scrutinized to determine authenticity and validity. The list below highlights some important data and statistics sources for Canadian, American, and international jurisdictions. For more in-depth resources, including research guides, see the UTL Data Library site.
Canada's national statistical agency. In addition to news and community profiles, Statistics Canada provides acccess to CANSIM, maps and geography.
Web-based data extraction and analysis tool. Supports various functions. Data is contributed by a number of Ontario universities.
US government's open data initiative. This robust resource continues to grow as datasets are submitted.
Data provided by the US Census Bureau, organized primarily by sector and geography.
Criminal justice data for the US, covering all levels of government.
Statistics and data from the United Nations, including information from the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, International Labour Organization, and the UN Statistics Division.
Economic, political, and business data with global coverage. Includes monthly economic reports for countries worldwide.
Data and statistics from World bank. Includes a multilingual (Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, and English) open data portal with the ability to create and share custom reports with tables, charts, maps, and more.
Source of economic and energy data. Data and can retrieved and analyzed in a variety of formats.
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