Get summary information about how climate change is affecting areas you care about so you can see how climate change is impacting local areas of interest.
Explore all the available data through high resolution maps and graphs.
Download data at both local and regional scales to include data into your own work.
What using emissions scenarios can look like in practice.
Learn about four types of historical data: historical weather station data, adjusted and homogenized data, gridded historical data, and modelled historical data. Find out which ones could be most relevant to you.
How are weather station observations used to create a country-wide view of Canada’s weather? Learn about ANUSPLIN, the interpolation tool used to create gridded historical datasets.
Learn about emissions scenarios to consider a range of possible futures and minimize risk.
ClimateData.ca provides historical climate simulations from 24 climate models developed by scientists from around the world. Learn why climate models are run over the historical period and how you can access this data.
Learn why looking at a set of climate models, rather than a single one, can lend confidence to decisions.
Learn about Canada’s weather station monitoring network and how long-term observations from these stations help build Canada’s climate record.