Statistics Canada is seeking input on the improved Standards, data sources and methods hub

Opened: May 2023

Consultative engagement objectives

Statistics Canada's Centre for Statistical and Data Standards (CSDS) wants to provide their users the opportunity to learn more about Standards (process, method, development, updates, etc.) and meet their need for assistance through online and offline resources and communication material when additional support is necessary for various statistical analysis (e.g., derivations).

As a result, Statistics Canada is re-designing the current Definitions, data sources and methods hub to create an improved Standards, data sources and methods hub with resources that will help manage users needs proactively, fill knowledge gaps in a more effective and seamless way and create a more user-friendly experience. As part of this initiative, various consultative engagement activities will be conducted to seek feedback on the hub's functionalities and usability and ensure that it meets users' needs.

Please review the improved Standards, data sources and methods hub and then provide your input by completing this feedback form: Feedback form - Standards, data sources and methods.

Further to sharing your comments on the feedback form, we welcome you to be part of an exciting consultative process to enhance the user experience and accessibility of the various data standards services provided by the Centre for Statistical Data Standards (CSDS) at Statistics Canada.

We are seeking insights from individuals like you who work with data standards, as your unique experiences and needs will be essential in driving this transformation. This is your chance to influence and shape the future of data standards services in Canada.

How to get involved

If you are involved with data standards or have experience working with a variety of data services, and you wish to contribute your insights, please contact us at for more details on how to participate.

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