Cid e bulletin vol 3 no 1 en

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Cid e bulletin vol 3 no 1 en

  1. 1. Community Information Database E-Bulletin Volume 3 Number 1 February 2011COMMUNITY PROFILES NOW AVAILABLE ON THECOMMUNITY INFORMATION DATABASEThe Community Information Database (CID) Team is pleased to announce thefollowing new feature - Community Profiles - available at: www.cid-bdc.ca • The Community Profiles feature provides a ready-made report for all communities across Canada that includes graphs and tables of various socio- economic indicators such as education, income, employment and population for 1996, 2001, and 2006. • The profiles provide a socio-economic comparison of a community to its region, its peer group (similar communities within its province/territory), and all communities across its province/territory. • The profiles show trends and changes at the local level which can help to inform local decision-making. • The profiles can also reduce the amount of time and resources required to obtain and analyze community level data by providing ready made graphs and tables. • Each profile has its own unique link (URL) which can be placed on a web page or sent via email. Profiles are also available in PDF.The Community Information Database is a free Internet-based tool providingconsistent and reliable social, economic and demographic data for all communitiesand regions across Canada.The CID was developed by the Rural and Co-operatives Secretariat in collaborationwith provincial, territorial and community partners. It is part of the Government ofCanada’s ongoing support to rural and remote communities.We would welcome your comments on the CID. We would be particularly interestedin hearing how the CID is useful to you. Please send an email to: cid-bdc@agr.gc.ca
  2. 2. To activate the Community Profile feature:(1) Ensure that in the map view the “Census Subdivisions” tab is selected(2) Select the search tool ( )(3) Enter a community’s name in the pop-up box and click the search button ( )(4) Select the “profile” link that appears above the small map on the lower right handside of the window when a community is selected 1 2 3 4Example Community Profile: Harrington Tool buttons in community profile Change language Data table Printable version PDF version Return to map

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