Vital Signs uses community knowledge to measure the vitality of our communities. More than 65 communities in Canada and around the world are using Vital Signs to mobilize the power of community knowledge for greater local impact.
The Vital Signs program, led by community foundations, gathers data and publishes reports on significant social and economic trends to tell the story of how Canadian communities are faring in key quality-of-life areas.
Vital Signs connects the dots between existing data to dive deep on issues such as poverty, food insecurity and youth unemployment. Community leaders use Vital Signs to start conversations and identify trends to help communities act on local priorities and opportunities.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
- Visit the Vital Signs website to learn more and access local, national and international Vital Signs reports.