Signes vitaux 2016 dans les médias

Les rapports communautaires Signes vitaux ont recueilli beaucoup d’intérêt de la part des médias à travers le pays, ce qui a aidé à accroître la visibilité de plusieurs problèmes locaux. Voici plusieurs exemples :


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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