In order to develop user-centric approaches to integrating data related to diversity and inclusion into the Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics Hub, Statistics Canada is consulting with users of diversity and inclusion data.
Produced by the new Centre for Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Statistics, the hub serves as a focal point for data which aims to address gaps in the information about gender, sex and other intersecting identity factors, such as disability status, immigration status, and other ethno-cultural characteristics.
The proposed consultations will help improve the hub and will shed light on the information needs of Canadians with respect to gender, diversity and inclusion data.
Statistics Canada will conduct in-person consultations in two phases. The first phase will take place in in Ottawa, Ontario and the second phase will take place in Statistics Canada regional offices across Canada. Participants will be asked to answer a series of questions on their data needs and to provide feedback on their use of the hub.
How to get involved
Individuals wishing to obtain more information or to take part in this consultation should contact Statistics Canada by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that Statistics Canada will select participants for each consultation based on their use of diversity and inclusion data; participants will not necessarily be representative of the general Canadian population. Not all applicants may be asked to participate in a given consultation.
Statistics Canada is committed to respecting the privacy of consultation participants. All personal information created, held or collected by the agency during consultation processes is protected by the Privacy Act. For more information on Statistics Canada's privacy policies, please consult the Privacy notice.
Summary results of the consultation will be published online when available.