CRDCN webinar

Using StatsCan datasets to uncover policy drivers of household food insecurity in Canada, 1994-2009

April 15

With Lynn McIntyre

Watch it on our YouTube channel

Conjugal violence among LGB couples

The most recent CRDCN Research Highlight on conjugal violence reported by lesbians, gays and bisexuals persons in Canada is now available.

Intimate Partner Violence in Canadian LGB communities

Social Statistics, RDCs and Evidence-Based Policy

RDCs have transformed the way we do social science research in Canada. In his key note address at the 2013 annual CRDCN conference, economist Michael Baker shows how:

Research Data Centres Changed Public Policy Research in Canada (and will again in the future)

Social Determinants of Health

Social policy and health inequalities: An international perspective

Montreal, May 7 to 9, 2014.

Visit the conference's website to view the program and to register.

Gender Wage Gap

In spite of remarkable progress in the labour market and in educational attainment over the last few decades, women still earn less than men: Why?

In this recent CRDCN knowledge synthesis, Carole Vincent examines the question:

Why do women earn less than men?

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