Canada

The Esri Canadian datasets are sourced from Environics Analytics, Data Axle, SafeGraph, and Foursquare.

Places and Points of Interest datasets for Canada are sourced from SafeGraph and Foursquare. See Places and Points of Interest for more information.

Canadian datasets include the following:

Data sales volume numbers are in Canadian dollars.

Business Listings

Esri's Canadian Businesses dataset, sourced from Environics Analytics and Data Axle, provides a detailed list of businesses. The list includes company name, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) and North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industry code, and location coordinates for every business in the dataset.

Data Axle

Vintage:

Q2 2022.

Data:

© 2022 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Geocoded points.

SafeGraph

Vintage:

April 2022.

Data:

© 2022 SafeGraph.

Base level geography:

Geocoded points.

Business Listings documents

CensusPlus

The Environics 2016 Canadian CensusPlus dataset includes more than 847 popular variables, based on data collected by Statistics Canada during the 2016 Census.

Vintage:

2016.

Data:

© 2020 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Dissemination areas.

CensusPlus documents

Daytime Population

Canadian Daytime Population is an authoritative estimate of the population that is reachable in any geographic area during daytime hours.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Postal code.

Daytime Population documents

Demographic Statistics

The Canadian Demographic Statistics dataset consists of current-year estimates for 763 variables. It includes demographic projections for 497 variables for 3, 5, and 10 years into the future but also provides historical estimates from 5 years ago based on the same methodologies to ensure accurate trend analysis.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Postal Code and Dissemination Area.

Demographic Statistics documents

Demographic Statistics and Trends

The Canadian Demographic Statistics and Trends dataset consists of estimated and projected household counts, household population, population, household income, and household average income. The dataset provides estimated counts from 2006 to 2021 and projects values from 2022 to 2041.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Dissemination area.

Demographic Statistics and Trends documents

Household Spending

The Esri Canadian Household Spending dataset provides current estimates of annual expenditures for 479 variables, spanning 18 categories of goods and services used by Canadian households—everything from fashion apparel and household furnishings to cell phones and charitable donations.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Postal code.

Household Spending documents

Market Segmentation (PRIZM)

PRIZM is the latest release of Environics market segmentation system that classifies Canada’s neighborhoods into 67 unique lifestyle types. Using methodology that integrates geographic, demographic, and psychographic data, PRIZM incorporates authoritative data from nearly a dozen demographic, marketing, and media sources to help you better analyze and understand customers and markets.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Postal code.

Market Segmentation (PRIZM) documents

Shopping Centres

This national file of more than 3,000 shopping centre records is produced annually by EnsembleIQ. It lists most shopping malls in Canada, along with data on the number of stores, floor area, anchor tenants, and parking spaces. Shopping Centres is a geocoded location database used for mapping and other analytical applications. It is updated annually and includes traditional and new format shopping centres.

Vintage:

2021.

Data:

© 2021 Environics Analytics.

Base level geography:

Geocoded points.

Shopping Centres documents

Reference documents

Sample reports