Today on Mean, Median, and Moose we’re talking about public consultations! Keep reading for some data on those. Take a listen to the podcast for a great interview with Nader Shureih of Environics Analytics. Also, if you want to know how we build some of our maps, you can watch a tutorial on DeckGL hereContinue reading “Public Consultations in Canada”
This month we’re taking a look at criminal justice data in Canada. Justice is an area that has long been subject to statistical methods. Police statistics on crime were first published in Canada in 1921. These statistics were spotty and not generally comparable from year to year until the Uniform Crime Reporting System came intoContinue reading “Crime, Courts, and Constables”
Canada is home to over 170,000 not-for-profits. Just over half of these are registered charities. The vast majority of them are small – less than 10% of charities have 10 or more full time staff, and 79% of charities have less than $500,000.00 per year in funding. The Canadian Senate produced a report on theContinue reading “Open Data in the NFP/Charitable Sector”
This month’s post is something special to celebrate the holidays. We’re looking at twelve datasets, some Christmas related, some not, from across Canada.
Our fourth podcast! This month we have some fun and build our own city rankings, take a look at rankings of cities and regions in Canada, and look at data and tools released from Statistics Canada that you may have missed. Ranking Cities on Business Counts Before we get into the rankings by the professionals,Continue reading “Rankings, Restaurants, and Robots”
This time, we’re talking about political data in Canada: election results, data on our representatives, and the data that political parties collect. If you haven’t listened yet, you can do so using the player above or by searching for Mean, Median, and Moose in your favourite podcast app. Representative Demographics John took a look atContinue reading “Politics, Polls, and Pot”
Today we’re talking about property taxes, municipality open data, and what you may have missed in the Statistics Canada dailies.
Thanks for listening to our inaugural podcast! If you haven’t listened yet, you can do so using the player above or by searching for Mean, Median, and Moose in your favourite podcast app. We’ll be using these blog posts to provide images and links to some of the items we discuss during the podcast, andContinue reading “Canadian Income Statistics”