Too many in Humanities and too few in sciences, mathematics and computers. Full time university enrollment. 2016/2017. Statistics Canada. Source: Statistics Canada. Table null Postsecondary enrolments, by program type, credential type, Classification of Instructional Programs, Primary Grouping (CIP_PG), registration status and sex https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=3710001101
Compiled by Open Data Canada: https://open.canada.ca/en Visualized by City Wellness Atlas. Citywellness Atlas — Map for mobile. Download the Google My Maps app to keep this map: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.m4b&hl=en
This original analysis, in conjunction with City Wellness Atlas, takes the information of business counts by province, and creates one additional step, which is to index the industries by population. This unique variation shows the industries where workers might be more in demand. Something like it is by the Government of Canada and says "Newfoundland …
Explore myths of poverty like it is racist, and that education can break the cycle for individual homes, based on the Urban Poverty Project.
A number of health measures using the Government of Canada's Open Data website and the following reports: health116a health111a health109a health80a health78a health70a health54a health52a
Each province and territory is compared to one another by percentage share of air pollution. Open data provided by Government of Canada. Visualized by CityWellnessAtlas.
Historical Toronto streets starting from 1818. Dataset creator Marcel Fortin, University of Toronto Map and Data Library for UoT's Open Data, source webpage is http://maps.library.utoronto.ca/cgi-bin/files.pl?idnum=1218. City-Wellness Atlas http://citywellnessatlas.ca Download the Google My Maps app to keep this map: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.m4b&hl=en
City-Wellness Atlas received its mention on the Government of Canada's portal! open.canada.ca/en/apps/city-wellness-atlas