Previously used CANSIM table numbers have been replaced by unique Product Identification numbers (PIDs). For example, CANSIM table 251-0008 will now be identified as PID 35100003.
New tables introduced after June 4th, 2018 will not include a CANSIM table number. However, the CHASS interface will continue to accept CANSIM table numbers for searchability of old CANSIM tables.
CHASS CANSIM interface will display corresponding CANSIM table numbers next to new PIDs where applicable. Alternatively, for reference, a look-up table is available on StatCan website providing the concordance between CANSIM table numbers and the new PIDs.
Keywords for tables introduced after June 4, 2018 will no longer be populated on this page as StatCan will not be providing keywords associated with tables. Currently displayed keywords will still retrieve associated tables introduced before June 4, 2018
When browsing by table numbers the sequential list of CANSIM tables will no longer support table retrieval using old CANSIM IDs. Sequential list for new PIDs has been implemented. For example, previously a particular range filter would be [10,001-20,000] now we have replaced it with first two digits of PIDs as …. .
“Locate tables by numbers or/ranges” will now support new product IDs as well as previously used cansim IDs
A range search is only calculated on legacy Cansim IDs available for tables released prior to June 4, 2018. For example, searching for 10007..10009 will return all tables in that range. A range containing arbitrary numbers will also return all tables in that range treating the numbers(100..56984) as previously used CANSIM table numbers. However, for corresponding PIDs 32100353..32100364 the search will return no results. A search including two PIDs as range boundaries essentially means the same as browsing tables by titles/numbers and clicking on "by_table_number" option.
For individual ID searches (ex. 10007 or 41100001), both legacy Cansim ID's and new Product ID's are accepted.
New frequencies have been added under “Include tables of the following frequency in the result”
We are currently working on updating OLAP interface to adopt new changes provided by StatCan. When available, the OLAP view associated with each table will refer to new PIDs
Tables that are not up to date will continue to be accessible using old cansim number URL linked on a particular OLAP table view. Please note that these tables will not have data released on or after June 4, 2018.
Vectors IDs, its underlying data, and all associated search functionalities remain the same
Series level termination information is no longer provided by StatCan. Hence, any update to CANSIM tables received after June 4, 2018, will not include vector termination information and thus will not reflect on CANSIM interface