The Canadian Disaster Database contains detailed disaster information on various natural, technological and conflict events (excluding war) directly affecting Canadians.

The database describes where and when a disaster occurred, the number of injuries, evacuations, and fatalities, as well as a rough estimate of the costs.

A geospatial mapping component has been added to the CDD, which enables users to define their search of the disaster database by using a spatially-defined area. It also displays query results charted across a map. Geospatial disaster data contained in the CDD can be exported through KML or GeoRSS feeds. Data from both the Classic CDD and the Geospatial CDD can be downloaded into report formats.

Date Coverage: 1900-
Fulltext: Yes
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Author: Public Safety Canada
Publisher: Government of Canada
Alternate Titles:
Geospatial Canadian Disaster Database
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