Some communities as of October 4, 2016 still have to upload their Vital Signs reports, click here and scroll down to see if your community is one of them. Vital Sign reports were first started in 2006 and more communities are participating every year. Community Reports are good for identifying Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). “ACEs are strongly related to development of risk factors for disease, and well-being throughout the life course.” Learn more about ACEs and what your community needs to work on to prevent them.
Vital Signs reports are used to measure community well-being, start conversations with local leaders, and identify trends to help communities act on priorities such as poverty, food insecurity, youth unemployment and more.
Check out the most recent community Vital Signs reports from 2016 listed in alphabetical order. You can also browse through all Vital Signs reports by year or by community on Issuu, using the links below.
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B.C – Abbotsford, Alberni Valley, Boundary Area, Central Okanagan, Clayoquot Sound, Golden, Nanaimo, North Okanagan, Powell River, South Okanagan, Squamish, Sunshine Coast, Surrey, Vancouver,Victoria | AB – Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer | SK – Regina | MB – Winkler, Winnipeg | ON – Burlington, Centre Wellington, Guelph, Hamilton, Huronia, Kingston,London, Mississauga, Napanee, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, Prince Edward County, Sudbury, Temiskaming, Toronto, Waterloo Region, Windsor-Essex, York | QC – Montreal | N.B. – Fredericton, Saint John | P.E.I. – Prince Edward Island | N.S. – Nova Scotia | NL – Newfoundland and Labrador