1. Resources & Publications

    Digital Talent | Road to 2020 and Beyond: A National Strategy to Develop Canada’s Talent in a Global Digital Economy

    Digital Talent: Road to 2020 and Beyond is Canada’s first national digital talent strategy. It highlights the opportunities and challenges facing Canada’s digital economy and underscores the importance of digital talent as one of the most critical advantages for Canada in a global economy. The strategy is aimed at ensuring...
  2. Resources & Publications

    Labour Force Participation of Seniors, 1946-2016

    Like many other industrialized countries, the age structure of the Canadian population has changed dramatically in the last century. The proportion of seniors aged 65 and older who participate in the labour market has also changed substantially over this time. This snapshot provides an at-a-glance summary of the historical data. Published By: Statistics...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Living in Niagara Report: Purpose, Format and Construction Methodology

    The Living in Niagara report is a triennial measure of quality of life in Niagara, across 12 Sectors that align with the Social Determinants of Health. The report and its Sectors are described, built and owned by the Niagara-wide community. Report construction is facilitated by Niagara Connects, a Niagara-wide network of people...
  4. Resources & Publications

    2016 Unmet Needs in Niagara: 211 Central South Report

    As a general practice, 211 Information and Referral Specialists document situations where no referrals were available to meet an inquirer’s assessed need. This report outlines the unmet needs and the reasons for those needs being unmet, resulting from calls to 211 in 2016. The situations captured in this report are...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Getting Ready for a New Generation of Active Seniors: Report of the Standing Senate Committee on National Finance

    This report makes four recommendations to respond to Canada’s demographic shift – all seemingly simple and all a familiar tune to seniors’ advocates: developing a national seniors strategy; supporting aging at home and building better homecare; considering demographic needs in calculations for federal health transfers to the provinces; and increasing...
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    Behind Every Number: A Portrait of Canada

    Throughout Canada’s history, Statistics Canada has collected, compiled, and disseminated data and insights on Canadians’ lives, creating a unique record of our country, and also building part of the foundation for a healthy democracy. This video shows how Statistics Canada is marking Canada’s 150th birthday by looking at Canada through the...
  7. Community Blog

    2017 Cost of Living and Living Wage Calculations for Niagara Region and a New Opportunity for Niagara Employers to Become Living Wage Certified

    The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network (NPRN) has recently released the 2017 Cost of Living in Niagara Region and 2017 Living Wage for Niagara Region calculations, updating its 2016 calculations. With the annual cost of household living expenses for a Niagara region family of four conservatively pegged at over $71,000, the...
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    Calculating the Living Wage for Niagara Region 2017

    A living wage reflects what earners in a family need to be paid based on the actual costs of living and being included in a specific community. The living wage is calculated as an evidence-based hourly rate at which a household (two adults working full-time, two children) can meet its...
  9. Community Blog

    Leadership Niagara Hosts Information Sessions for Upcoming Development Program

    Leadership Niagara is accepting applications for its upcoming Community Leadership Program, which starts in September. Every year, approximately 35 participants enroll in a 9-month experiential leadership development program that helps them unlock their professional and personal leadership potential by developing their individual styles and skills. During the course of the...

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