The new DataStream website is here! is the new, central home for information about DataStream. Whether you are interested in finding out what we’re up to, are looking for technical documentation or want to read inspiring stories about how communities are transforming data into action, has all of this and more.

Meanwhile, datasets can still be found on our regional hub sites alongside local stories – all easily reached from

Here are some highlights from the new site.

See who is part of the DataStream community

DataStream’s open access platform now contains data shared by over 250 water monitoring groups. Search our data contributors page by region andgroup type to see who in your area is out monitoring freshwater and making their data open and available.

To learn more about the amazing work happening in communities across Canada and how we are all coming together to drive freshwater protection, visit our community page.

Learn how DataStream integrates with other systems

As part of a data-sharing ecosystem, DataStream connects with many other data systems. Explore our new integrations page to see how we work with other platforms to enable data imports, dataset discoverability, and data use.

Discover how data on DataStream is used

Browse our case studies to discover how open data shared on DataStream is being used to tackle freshwater challenges.

From watershed assessments to research projects, see how people are using water data for evidence-based decision making and policy applications.

Explore learning resources and documentation

Our new online learning centre has all the information needed to get the most out of DataStream, alongside our favorite external water monitoring and data management resources.

Materials include our ever-popular Monitor's Guide to Water Quality, now available to buy as a book or download for free as a PDF.

Find all the DataStream documentation you need in one place – covering topics from API access to publishing data.

As we continue to expand, is designed to support the growing DataStream community. We hope you enjoy it. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please get in touch.