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Welcome to the Toronto RDC!

The Toronto RDC is a world-class research facility set up for the express purpose of enabling social science, health and policy researchers to analyze Statistics Canada's master data sets without having to travel to Statistics Canada's main Ottawa location or perform remote submissions of statistical code.

The Toronto RDC is funded by SSHRC, CIHR, Ryerson University, York University, University of Toronto's Faculty of Arts & Science, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI), and the University of Toronto's Academic Initiative Fund.

Researchers within close proximity of York University can now conduct their research at the York RDC, a branch of the Toronto RDC. As well, a new branch, the Nipissing RDC, will be opening by the end of 2016.

A complete list of RDCs is available on the CRDCN's RDCs page.

Learn more about what we do, and how to apply, here
King's College Road, University of Toronto

Toronto RDC Calendar

See our Calendar of current events, workshops, closings, notes of interest

View the Toronto RDC's Calendar here
Toronto RDC is located in Robarts Library, shown

Toronto RDC News and Events

The Toronto RDC regularly holds workshops, hosts conferences, and provides a home for methodological and statistical courses.

See our events here Read news about, and by, the Toronto RDC here
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto RDC Contacts

Our contact information

Contact us here
Google Map showing location of Robarts library, where the Toronto RDC is located

Toronto RDC Hours of Operation and Location

When we're open, where we're located and how to get here

Our hours and location

Toronto RDC Project Fees

In most cases, there are no fees required to conduct research at the Toronto RDC. In a number of instances, however, fees do apply.

Learn more about Toronto RDC fees here

Statistics Canada RDC Data: RDC, DLI or RTRA?

Which data do you need? RDC, DLI or RTRA? This page will help you choose.

Decide what kind of data you need
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