Open access data is data that is available to use at no cost, freely accessible, and downloadable. SPARC has defined Open Data as "research data that is freely available on the internet permitting any user to download, copy, analyze, re-process, pass to software or use for any purpose without financial, legal, or technological barriers." However, be sure to cite where and how you accessed your data.
The list below includes links to government and other open access repositories that contain datasets with an age or aging component. Consider how adding an open access data analysis component may help you to broaden your current research program. Even something as simple as examining how often people search for aging information on the internet and how that may compare to previous years (Google Trends). You could examine how opinions of healthy aging have changed over the years in Canada (Canadian Opinion Research Archive) or the average age of refugee claimants (OpenICPSR; Statistics Canada).
You may also want to share data from your own past research in an open access repository. If you are at a Canadian institution, you can deposit your data in the Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR).