A key piece of data management, as mandated by the Tri-Agency, is depositing digital research data, metadata, and code that directly support research conclusions into a digital repository. This applies to all Tri-Agency-supported research that results in journal publications and pre-prints.
Repositories for research data can be general or discipline-specific, catering for small-to-moderate file sizes or large data sizes. They make data more discoverable and allow depositors/data owners to control who can access their data and how their data can be used.
If you need to deposit your data in a discipline-specific repository, you can find an appropriate one through one of the following repository lists/registries. Note that these registries may have fees connected to the deposit process. If you are in the process of writing a grant application, it's a good practice to include repository costs in the grant budget.