Statistics Canada's Trust Centre

Trust Centre

For more than 100 years, your data has been telling an important story and driving the action that is helping to shape our country, and your privacy has always been our top concern. That’s why we anonymize, encrypt, and de-identify all your data—we are committed to protecting your privacy and safeguarding the confidentiality of the data entrusted to us.

Learn more on how we protect your data and how it’s helping shape Canada.

Complete the "How can we do better survey?" or email us today: statcan.Trust-Confiance.statcan@statcan.gc.ca

What's new at the Trust Centre

What's new at Trust Centre

How do we use social trends monitoring and reporting tools? What are the latest administrative data requests for information? Learn more about how we collect, analyze and share data that benefits you.

Protecting your privacy

Protecting your privacy

We respect your privacy, and place the highest priority on protecting it. From strong encryption technologies to our high-security internal network, we have the highest standards for keeping your information private, secure and confidential.

Transparency and accountability

Transparency and Accountability

Whether you want to know more about the laws and policies that govern our activities or you’re looking for details on proactive disclosures or more, we’ve compiled all that information in one place for you.

Collecting your data

Collecting your data

Why do we collect your data? Simply put, because all data tell a story. Data provide a snapshot of our country, and give us critical information about our economy, society and environment.

Processing your data

Processing your data

What does Statistics Canada do with your data? How do we transform it into meaningful insights on Canada's economy, society and environment? Learn more about how we process your data.

Have your say

Have your say

We want to hear from you. When you take the time to respond to a survey or participate in consultations, you are helping us serve you better. Better data leads to better outcomes for all the people of Canada. Get involved today!

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