Newfoundland and Labrador's Vital Signs provides a comprehensive, reader-friendly look at how our province's communities are faring in key quality-of-life areas. This year’s report focuses on the differences between rural and urban areas of the province and looks at how they compare on issues like economy, housing, wellness, and sense of belonging.
Download an electronic copy of the 2016 report, or pick up your local TC Media paper for the print edition. Vital Signs will be published in The Telegram on Saturday, October 8, and will be released in other TC regional newspapers across the province the week of October 10.
Did you miss our launch event on October 4? Watch a recording of the webcast below, which includes an overview of NL's 2016 Vital Signs, an presentation of the national Vital Signs report on belonging, and a question and answer session with a panel of community and university experts.
Vital Signs is produced annually by the Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador in partnership with the Harris Centre, the public policy and regional development research centre at Memorial University. Thanks to the support of TC Media, this year's Vital Signs report will be published in newspapers across the province starting on Saturday, October 8, 2016.