2017 Vital Signs media coverage

The 2017 community Vital Signs reports generated media interest all across the country, helping to raise the profile of many important community issues. Here are some of the highlights that appeared in the media:


Poverty, stress and high prices worry Calgarians in Vital Signs report

Editorial: Building a stronger city


Nearly one-fifth of Edmontonians feel socially isolated: Report


Annual Vital Signs report focuses on aging in the Kingston community


Vital Signs takes pulse of city, area well-being


Report on child poverty shows greater Montreal still has room for improvement
Les jeunes de Montréal plus exposés à la faim

North Okanagan

North Okanagan vital signs showing steady

North Okanagan’s vital signs

Northwestern Alberta

2017 NW Alberta’s Vital Signs report released

Crime still considered region’s top issue: Vital Signs


Vital Conversations Conference in Peterborough

Prince George

City showing higher ‘belonging’ rating than most Canadian cities: PGCF

South Saskatchewan Community Foundation

Discussion helps Regina residents envision successful reconciliation

Sunshine Coast

Vital Signs update focuses on vulnerability

Vital Signs of troubling times: Editorial

Coast Beat Podcast Ep. 74

Vital Signs update says life is getting harder for many


Victoria gets B+ in Vital Signs report

Vital Signs report: Residents call for more affordable transit

Greater Victoria’s Vital Signs report filled with good information

Editorial: Inclusion in public, exclusion in private

Chek newscast [13:43]

Vital Signs report: Newcomers to Victoria face hurdles finding housing, jobs

Victoria Foundation releases its 2017 check-up results

Vital Signs survey indicates Greater Victorians worried about addictions, housing

12th annual “Vital Signs” survey rates Greater Victoria issues

Biznews: issues that matter to Victorians

West Vancouver

West Vancouver lacks housing options: Vital Signs report


Vital Signs report ‘quite positive’ for Windsor-Essex

Earning living wage in Windsor a top concern, survey reveals


Most Winnipeggers happy with quality of life, but discrimination still an issue, report suggests

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