Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics Hub

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Welcome to the Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics (GDIS) Hub, Statistics Canada's primary platform for all gender, diversity and inclusion related data. The Hub enables data users to more easily find disaggregated and intersectional data, analytical products and insights.

Data visualization tool

Canada's Transgender and Non-Binary Population: Data Visualization Tool

Explore data with our Canada's Transgender and Non-Binary Population: Data Visualization Tool by age for province, territories and Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) based on data from the 2021 Census of Population.

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Visit our related pages

Consult subject-specific pages for all the related data, analysis, and reference resources. These pages contain information on topics important to the GDIS.

Infographics

Infographics

These infographics provide a quick overview of gender, diversity and inclusion in Canada.

How to use Statistics Canada tables

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Discover the new display and functionality of Statistics Canada data tables with How to use the data tables.

Social inclusion statistics - ethnocultural groups

Welcome to the new Social Inclusion portal linked to Canada's Anti-Racism Strategy and the Centre for Gender, Diversity and Inclusion. This new portal brings together key statistical information on the inclusion (or exclusion) of ethnocultural groups and immigrants in Canada.

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Disaggregated Data Action Plan

In Budget 2021, funding was allocated to Statistics Canada to implement the Disaggregated Data Action Plan (DDAP). This funding will support more representative data collection methods, enhance statistics on diverse populations to allow for intersectional analyses, and support government and societal efforts to address known inequalities by bringing considerations of fairness and inclusion into decision-making.

The GDIS Hub serves as the primary platform for disseminating products and information related to Statistic Canada's Disaggregated Data Action Plan.

Focus on COVID-19

Explore the impact of COVID-19 on diverse population groups in Canada

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Canadian families of children with disabilities

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Have your say on the visible minority concept

Engagement Initiative Objectives

The visible minority concept is currently under review. Statistics Canada is committed to engaging with partners, stakeholders, ethnocultural groups, and the general public to identify the appropriate terminology and categories to describe the population and properly address data needs in health, education, justice, and employment equity.

How to get involved

Individuals who wish to obtain more information on this engagement initiative may contact us by email at statcan.statcanengage-statcanmobilise.statcan@statcan.gc.ca.

Statistics Canada is committed to respecting the privacy of participants. All personal information created, held or collected by the agency is protected by the Privacy Act. For more information on Statistics Canada's privacy policies, please consult the privacy notice.

Results

Summary results of the engagement initiatives will be published online when available.

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. The Canadian Indicator Framework for the SDGs encompasses the 17 goals to support Canada's domestic implementation of the SDGs.

Quality of Life Framework for Canada

Quality of Life Framework for Canada

The Quality of Life Hub is an online portal for information and data related to Canada's Quality of Life Framework. It brings together indicators from five domains of well-being: prosperity, health, society, the environment and good governance.

Tested and trusted statistical standards

Tested and trusted statistical standards

Statistical data and metadata standards are a set of rules about how data and metadata are managed, organized, represented, or formatted. They enable consistent and repeatable description, representation, structuring, and sharing of data and metadata.

Statistics Canada has many national statistical standards used for collecting and publishing more detailed data. For standards related to gender, diversity and inclusion please check out, Gender, diversity and inclusion standards. For standards related to sex, gender and sexual orientation please check out, Sex, gender, sexual orientation standards.

Gender-Based Analysis Plus

Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA Plus)

GBA Plus is an analytical process that provides a rigorous method for the assessment of systemic inequalities, as well as a means to assess how diverse groups of women, men, and gender diverse people may experience policies, programs and initiatives.

For additional information and resources on GBA Plus, check out the following links:

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