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On February 25, 2004, the government announced the mandatory publication of information concerning the reclassification of positions in the Public Service of Canada.

This dataset provides information on the reclassification of positions by department and agencies on a quarterly basis.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Feb. 14, 2017
Organization: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Formats: DOCX CSV HTML
Keywords:  Proactive Disclosure, PD, position reclassification
Federal

Building a comprehensive data inventory as required by section 6.3 of the Directive on Open Government:

“Establishing and maintaining comprehensive inventories of data and information resources of business value held by the department to determine their eligibility and priority, and to plan for their effective release.”

Creating a data inventory is among the first steps in identifying federal data that is eligible for release. Departmental data inventories has been published on the Open Government portal, Open.Canada.ca, so that Canadians can see what federal data is collected and have the opportunity to indicate what data is of most interest to them, helping departments to prioritize data releases based on both external demand and internal capacity. The objective of the inventory is to provide a landscape of all federal data. While it is recognized that not all data is eligible for release due to the nature of the content, departments are responsible for identifying and including all datasets of business values as part of the inventory exercise with the exception of datasets whose title contains information that should not be released to be released to the public due to security or privacy concerns.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Oct. 31, 2016
Organization: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Formats: CSV XLS HTML
Keywords:  open data inventory, Directive on Open Government
Federal

All institutions subject to the Access to Information (ATI) Act are required to post summaries of completed ATI requests within thirty calendar days after the end of each month.

Download ATI summaries from key federal institutions below. Moving forward, summaries from additional institutions will be added and enhancements made to improve the dataset.

Please note: Requests focusing on personal information or third party proprietary information are not included in the dataset.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Jun. 14, 2013
Organization: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Formats: CSV HTML
Keywords:  ATI, Transparency, Access to Information
Federal

The National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) program is the main source of ambient air quality data in Canada. The NAPS program, which began in 1969, is now comprised of nearly 260 stations in 150 rural and urban communities reporting to the Canada-Wide Air Quality Database (CWAQD). Managed by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) in collaboration with provincial, territorial, and regional government networks, the NAPS program forms an integral component of various diverse initiatives; including the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI), Canadian Environmental Sustainability Indicators (CESI), and the US-Canada Air Quality Agreement. Once per year, typically autumn, the Continuous data set for the previous year is reported on ECCC Data Mart.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Nov. 28, 2019
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Canada, atmosphere, ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, air quality, emissions, lead, smog
Federal

This dataset contains the object code classification structure and the descriptions for each of the object codes. The object code is a field in the government-wide coding block. It identifies the types of goods or services acquired, the transfer payments made, the source of revenue or the cause of increases or decreases in assets and liabilities. The object code information provides:

  • a structure for reporting the nature of transactions in the Estimates and in the Public Accounts

  • a standard classification of transactions for internal departmental analysis and use by central management

  • the basis used by Statistics Canada to more accurately determine and report the impact of government revenues and expenditures on the rest of the economy

In addition, the object coding allows the information to be useable at a government-wide level, which reduces the number of individual requests central agencies must make to departments and agencies.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Apr. 5, 2017
Organization: Public Services and Procurement Canada
Formats: XML XLSX CSV HTML
Keywords:  Receiver General, Chart of accounts, GWCOA, Government-wide Chart of Accounts, COA, financial coding, list of object codes, object codes, object
Federal

The primary purpose of the authority codes is to identify expenditure transactions for accountability and reporting in the Public Accounts of Canada according to the specific votes and other authorities in the Estimates, other authorities included in specific statutes; and in addition, to identify the nature of revenue, by tax and non-tax revenue. Other authority codes (non-appropriated authorities) are also established by central agencies to facilitate the identification of various accounting transactions that do not require the use of appropriations. An appropriation is an authority of Parliament to pay money out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) and as such, provides parliamentarians with control over most expenditures of the government. As a general rule, transactions are recorded against an appropriation on an expenditure basis; however, there are certain expenditures that are not charged to an appropriation until a payment is required.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Apr. 5, 2017
Organization: Public Services and Procurement Canada
Formats: XML CSV HTML
Keywords:  Receiver General, Chart of accounts, GWCOA, Government-wide Chart of Accounts, COA, financial coding, Authority codes, AUTH, AUT
Federal

This publication summarizes the status of the retail mobile sector and provides insight to the level of competition by comparing various metrics of the top 3 mobile service providers, in terms of revenue and subscriber markets share, against the other mobile service providers in Canada. In 2020, the Commission revamped the data collections for the mobile sector to capture mobile services in three distinct categories: 1. Mobile phone 2. Mobile broadband and 3.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Dec. 13, 2019
Organization: Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Formats: XLSX DOCX CSV
Keywords:  CRTC, CMR, Telecommunications, Mobile networks, Retail mobile revenues, Reports, Internet, Statistics, Telephone service
Federal

This document provides users of Canadian railway safety data with a monthly summary of selected statistics on rail occurrences. It covers federally regulated railways only. Non-federally regulated data reported to the TSB are not included in this report. At the end of the year, an annual summary is produced and published as open information.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Jul. 5, 2018
Organization: Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  rail occurrence statistics
Federal

This document provides Canadians with an annual summary of selected pipeline safety data. It covers federally regulated pipelines only. Non-federally regulated data reported to the TSB are not included in this report. The TSB gathers and uses this data during the course of our investigations to analyse safety deficiencies and identify risks in the Canadian transportation system.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Jul. 11, 2018
Organization: Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  monthly pipeline occurrence statistics
Federal

This document provides Canadians with an annual summary of selected aviation safety data. The TSB gathers and uses this data during the course of our investigations to analyse safety deficiencies and identify risks in the Canadian transportation system. At the end of the year, an annual summary is produced and published as open information.

Last Updated: Nov. 30, 2022
Date Published: Feb. 15, 2018
Organization: Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  statistics
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