Statistics Canada has offices throughout Canada. Here is an overview of its regional offices:
Serving the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island New Brunswick, and Quebec.
Life in Halifax
Halifax enjoys the second warmest climate in Canada. It rarely suffers from extreme winter conditions and has pleasant summers that average temperatures in the mid to high 20s Celsius. Steeped in history and culture, life in Halifax, Nova Scotia revolves around the sea. But there’s so much more to discover!
Life in Montréal
Montréal is an energetic and electrifying city which beats to the rhythm of its festivals: jazz, comedy, fireworks and many more. The city beckons you to discover its fashionable boutiques and famed cuisine.
Serving the province of Ontario except the National Capital Region.
Life in Toronto
Toronto offers fascinating new experiences. Applaud a broadway-style musical, or take in a comedy club or a dinner theatre. Shop for designer couture or have a gastronomic adventure exploring one of the city’s 5,000 restaurants.
Western Region and Northern Territories
This region has reference centres serving the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia the Northwest Territories, and the territory of Nunavut.
Life in Winnipeg
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba; more than half the population of the province of Manitoba lives here. Winnipeg is home to many attractions, events and festivals year round.
Life in Edmonton
This is where you’ll find West Edmonton Mall, the world’s largest entertainment and shopping centre. Grab your golf clubs and play at one of the 71 regional golf courses or enjoy a warm latte in the historic Old Strathcona.
Life in Regina
Located in the south eastern region of the Province of Saskatchewan, Regina is the sunniest capital city in Canada. Regina is a busy and prosperous metropolitan centre. The city plays host to some of the best festivals and events in the province and offers miles of pedestrian pathways, recreation facilities, shopping centres, and exhibition grounds.
Life in Vancouver
Bordered by the Coastal Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is recognized as one of the world's most liveable cities. Greater Vancouver is Canada’s third largest city. It has one of the mildest climates in Canada with temperatures averaging around 3 degrees Celsius in January and 18 degrees Celsius in July. Vancouver has more than 200 diverse parks, including the most famous, Stanley Park. It is one of the largest urban parks in the world, with a 150-year-old forest, 8.85 kilometres of seawall, and many popular attractions.