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A.06.E VITAL SIGNS

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Created Date Friday, 06 October 2017
Filesize 3.16 Megabytes

2017 Vital Signs Report: Belonging

Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with the Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how our community is doing with a focus on a specific topic. This year we are looking at belonging and social isolation and the communities that are at risk.


Community foundations across Canada and internationally are reporting on how their communities are doing and how Canada is doing overall.

Created Date Tuesday, 04 October 2016
Modified Date Thursday, 23 February 2017
Filesize 45 Kilobytes

VitalSigns 2016 References

Download this document to see the bibliography, references, and credits for VitalSigns 2016.

Created Date Tuesday, 04 October 2016
Filesize 2.24 Megabytes

VitalSigns 2016

Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with the Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how our community is doing with a focus on a specific topic. This year we are looking at Edmonton’s immigrant and refugee population. Community foundations across Canada are reporting on how their communities are doing and how Canada is doing overall.

Download the report now!

Created Date Friday, 12 August 2016
Modified Date Friday, 12 August 2016
Filesize 463 Kilobytes

Alberta Interprovincial and Secondary Migration: Rates, Context and Profile

This report analyzes the migration patterns of secondary and interprovincial migrants moving to and from Alberta. In this report secondary migration is defined as the movement of individuals who landed in Canada as immigrants and subsequently relocated from their original province of landing to another province. In addition, interprovincial migration is defined as the migration of individuals from one province of residence to another province of residence.

Download Alberta Interprovincial and Secondary Migration: Rates, Context and Profile today!

Created Date Tuesday, 06 October 2015
Filesize 195 Kilobytes

Vital Signs® Edmonton 2015 Source Document

The 2015 Edmonton Vital Signs report provides an annual snapshot of Edmonton.  It measures how we are doing with a focus this year on Edmonton's Urban Aboriginal population. The Source Document provides links to source material used.

Created Date Tuesday, 06 October 2015
Modified Date Thursday, 19 November 2015
Filesize 8.78 Megabytes

Vital Signs® Edmonton 2015

The 2015 Edmonton Vital Signs report provides an annual snapshot of Edmonton.  It measures how we are doing with a focus this year on Edmonton's Urban Aboriginal population

Created Date Monday, 06 October 2014
Filesize 580 Kilobytes

Vital Signs Edmonton 2014 Indicators and Sources

Created Date Monday, 06 October 2014
Filesize 1.12 Megabytes

Youth Survey Findings - Attitudes and feelings of Youth in Edmonton in 2014

This survey was a voluntarily completed by 650 Edmonton youth aged 15 to 24 from all areas of the city, at all income levels, and through both electronic and paper means. The purpose of this survey was to understand how youth feel and what their attitudes are towards Edmonton and its communities.

Created Date Monday, 06 October 2014
Modified Date Monday, 06 October 2014
Filesize 419 Kilobytes

Vital Signs® Edmonton 2014

Vital Signs® Edmonton 2014, produced by the Edmonton Community Foundation (ECF) in partnership with the Edmonton Social Planning Council, presents a wide range of statistics on housing, education, health, cultural diversity, voting trends, student debt and more, with a specific focus on youth.

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