1. Resources & Publications

    Stepping up 2016 Annual Report: A Strategic Framework to Help Ontario’s Youth Succeed

    Stepping Up: A Strategic Framework to Help Ontario’s Youth Succeed (2013) is the Government of Ontario’s framework to support the positive development of Ontario youth aged 12 to 25. Stepping Up includes a commitment to report annually on outcomes and indicators that show how youth are doing in Ontario. Stepping...
  2. Community Blog

    Ages and Stages: Evaluating The Effectiveness of a New Screening and Intervention Model for Improving Outcomes Among Children in the Community

    “It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men” (Douglas, 1817). This quote is incredibly profound in its meaning. It is well known that children’s early relational experiences with their primary caregiver, particularly from conception to the third year of life, ultimately lay the foundation for development throughout...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Is Field of Study a Factor in the Earnings of Young Bachelor’s Degree Holders? (Census in Brief)

    Young graduates from many different fields of study help ensure a prosperous future for Canada. They are those who will build and maintain a strong social infrastructure in areas such as education, communications, justice and health, alongside graduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), who will advance the frontiers...
  4. Resources & Publications

    Are Young Bachelor’s Degree Holders Finding Jobs that Match Their Studies? (Census in Brief)

    Are young postsecondary graduates finding employment related to their studies? Are there opportunities for them to use the skills they have acquired by obtaining bachelor’s degrees? Do women and men fare similarly? And are there differences on these dimensions whether they are ‘science, technology, engineering and mathematics’ (STEM) graduates or...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Does Education Pay? A Comparison of Earnings by Level of Education in Canada and its Provinces and Territories (Census in Brief)

    Canadians complete postsecondary education for many reasons, including the desire to improve their quality of life or to pursue their passion. For many, ensuring financial security after graduation is also an important motivation. This report looks at how postsecondary education credentials pay off in earnings for working-age men and women...
  6. Community Blog

    Living in Niagara – 2017 Quality of Life Report Released

    On Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 350 community members attended the 16th annual Niagara Community Foundation Leaders Breakfast and helped to celebrate the launch of the Living in Niagara – 2017 quality of life report. The Living in Niagara – 2017 report aims to support evidence-informed planning in the Niagara context...
  7. Resources & Publications

    Living in Niagara – 2017 Report: Action Themes Arising

    The Living in Niagara – 2017 report aims to support evidence-informed planning in the Niagara context by offering data to guide research and focused decision-making in the Niagara context. This handout summarizes the action themes arising in each of the 12 quality of life sectors. Related Resources: Living in Niagara...
  8. Resources & Publications

    Ontario Early Years Child & Family Centres: Initial Plan for Niagara Region

    Over the last year, Niagara Region Children’s Services has been working with the Ministry of Education and local early years sector service providers who have provided valuable input, feedback, and recommendations to inform the needs assessment. This has allowed Niagara Region Children’s Services to develop a local Ontario Early Years...

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