Shuswap Vital Signs is a program being undertaken by the Shuswap Community Foundation that will review the vitality of our region every two years. The Vital Signs report card, to be released October, 2014 will present data and perceptions on 10 key areas of our community life – areas that are critical to our region’s quality of life and well-being. For an overview of what Vital Signs is, check out our page What is Vital Signs?.
Shuswap Vital Signs is part of a Community Foundations of Canada program which sees Vital Signs reports published each year in 15 to 25 communities. For more information on the national program and examples of reports done by other communities across Canada, visit www.vitalsignscanada.ca.
VITAL SIGNS LAUNCH: Join us Tuesday October 7, 2014 between 5:pm and 6:30 pm at the Old Courthouse 20 Hudson Ave. for the launch of the Shuswap Foundation's Vital Signs Report. Rob Hood, Associate Professor at TRU and our research analysist, will give a brief outline of how the report was compiled and answer questions. Printed copies of the report will be available to take with you. An informal reception to follow with beverages and snacks. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Please find below the in-depth analysis of the 2014 Vital Signs Report