Living in Niagara Report is here!

LOOKING FORWARD

Please click on the sector buttons to read an individual Sector Summary report. Sector Indicators, Measures and related information can be found in the Technical Documents below. Watch for updates here, on the Niagara Knowledge Exchange, and in the Niagara Connects E-blast:

ARTS, CULTURE & HERITAGE
Summary | Technical Document

COMMUNITY BELONGING
Summary | Technical Document

COMMUNITY SAFETY
Summary | Technical Document

ECONOMIC PROSPERITY
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

ENVIRONMENT
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

HOUSING AND SHELTER
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

LEARNING AND EDUCATION
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

RECREATION AND SPORTS
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

TRANSPORTATION & MOBILITY
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

WORK AND EMPLOYMENT
Summary | Technical Document (coming soon)

People Living in Niagara

Purpose of the Living in Niagara report

This report provides a snapshot of quality of life in the Niagara-wide community in Ontario. It combines data, information and front-line community expert opinion, to draw an evidence-informed picture of life in Niagara now; to point to what is emerging; and to identify suggested community action to address issues of common concern.

Evidence presented in the Living in Niagara report is used by people, organizations, institutions, researchers, educators and businesses to inform priority-setting; to make the business case for investment; to support partnerships; and to learn about what’s emerging in the Niagara context.

The Living in Niagara Sectors align with the Social Determinants of Health, which refer to the living conditions individuals experience. These Sectors form the base of both the Living in Niagara report and the Niagara Knowledge Exchange. These integrated tools are facilitated by Niagara Connects, to support focused, holistic planning for a stronger future.