Researchers use RDC data to investigate a wide range of social, economic and health-related issues, from child poverty to eldercare, from school success to workplace stress, from Aboriginal health to immigrant integration, from family-life balance to health service and policy.
Current and Recently Completed Research Projects
To learn more about the research that is underway throughout the CRDCN, you can browse the list of current and recently completed research projects on Statistics Canada's website. Many RDCs also provide a list of projects that are underway at their center on their respective websites. See below to find an RDC.
Researchers from diverse backgrounds - nutrition, gerontology, psychiatry, epidemiology, public health and many other health and social science disciplines - are gaining new insights into the health of Canadians by analysing the wealth of health survey and administrative data on offer in the RDCs.