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Research Data Centres

A Research Data Centre (RDC) is a university-based laboratory, staffed by a Statistics Canada Analyst, which offers researchers: Secure access to confidential microdata – Statistics Canada census and surveys, plus a growing range of administrative data, in addition to fully-equipped workstations, statistical software and technical support. There are more than 30 RDCs on campuses across the country. Below you’ll find a complete listing of RDCs. Click the name of the RDC to find out how many workstations it has, its hours of operation, staff contact information, and a list of related publications produced by researchers using that RDC.