Canadian Climate Data Accessibility Portal (CCDAP)

The Canadian Climate Data Accessibility Portal (CCDAP) is a public data query platform to access historical climate data in Canada, collected and maintained by Environment & Climate Change Canada since 1840. CCDAP was made at the Water Security and Climate Change Lab (WSCC), Department of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering, Gina Cody School of Engineering, Concordia University. For more information about this product, see the two-minute tutorial.

Political jurisdiction: Newfoundland Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newbrunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon Territories Northwest Territories Nunavut
Data Resolution: Hourly Daily Monthly
Data Type: Temperature-Based Humidity-Based Wind-Based Precipitation-Based

Single Station Selection

Zoom in on the area of interest and click the station on the map to have its information appear in the following fields. If you have the following information already available, you can enter them manually.

Environment Canada Station ID: 


Station Name: 


Latitude (Degrees North):  Longitude (Degrees West): 


Multiple Station Selection

Station Start Year: Station End Year:

Min Latitude, Max Latitude ,  Min Longitude, Max Longitude ,

 (lists all stations on map to choose and download)


*There might be an occasional issue with returning the query, which appears as a corrupted .csv file. These issues are temporary and relates to government servers and/or network connectivity. If you face this problem try again in a few hours.
**Due to limitations in the size of the files you can download, try to limit the data selections to 100 years in size, for both single and multiple station selection.
Past vs. Current Climate Comparison in Canada (PCCC)
The Evolution of Climate Observatories in Canada (ECO-CAN)
Canadian Climate Data Accessibility Portal