Health-related monitoring and surveillance
Find a list of surveillance reports, databases and Canadian health monitoring programs on food, drugs, radiation, diseases and infections.
Services and information
Find information on food and nutrition surveillance, including the collection, integration, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of food and nutritional data.
Stay informed about public health surveillance programs, including blood safety, chronic and infectious diseases, and pediatric surveillance.
Find information on the national influenza surveillance system and how Canada monitors the spread of flu and flu-like illnesses.
Learn about the Government of Canada's surveillance and control of animal diseases.
Find out how the Government of Canada protects Canadians from radiation through radioactivity analysis.
Learn about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident, its environmental effects and how radiation monitoring data protects Canadians.
Learn about the wide use of tobacco through data collected from the Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey.
Many Canadian families are not able to meet the food needs of all their members. Find information on how the Government of Canada measures household food insecurity in Canada.
Find data on the analysis of food samples for levels of total fat, trans fats and saturated fats.
How and why we collect data on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep, and how you can access this data.
Data, surveillance and research to help inform the government about opioid drug use and impacts.
Monitoring of child and teen exposure to food advertising, to support evidence-based policy and improve public health.
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