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Open COVID-19 Resources

Search the catalog for open source resources developed by different levels of Canadian public administrations related to COVID-19.

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Administration Project name Description Licence(s) Tag Code repo Level of government
The Public (Non-Crown) Epidemiological Data from the COVID-19 Outbreak in Canada A collection of publicly available information on confirmed and presumptive postive cases during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in Canada. CC-BY-4.0  Dataset COVID-19 others
The Public (Non-Crown) Public Servants Folding@Home Team A ragtag bunch of Public Servants in the Government of Canada lending their personal computers to Folding@Home; helping find a COVID-19 vaccine by modeling protein molecules. CC-BY-4.0  COVID-19 others
International Goverment (Non-Canadian Resources) NIH 3d Print Exchange - COVID-19 Supply Chain Response This collection of designs was created to support the manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPE) or other necessary medical devices that are in short supply due to the COVID-19 outbreak. CC-BY-4.0  3D Printing COVID-19 others
Province of Ontario Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment The tool takes the public through a series of questions to inform those who are concerned they may have contracted COVID-19. Apache-2.0  COVID-19 provincial
Province of Nova Scotia Nova Scotia - When to call 811 about COVID-19 Self-assesment tool to find out if you should call 811 about COVID-19 for the citizens of Nova Scotia, Canada. MIT  COVID-19 provincial
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Notify An easy and efficient system that helps government departments send notifications, such as email, text messages or letters, to people who use government services. MIT  Notify BCP-PCA federal
Statistics Canada Linkable Open Data Environment (LODE) The Linkable Open Data Environment (LODE) is an exploratory project of the Data Exploration and Integration Lab (DEIL), at the Centre for Special Business Projects (CSBP), Statistics Canada. The project is currently in development. MIT  Dataset BCP-PCA federal