Measuring Well-Being: The Community Well-Being (CWB) Index
The Community Well-Being (CWB) Index is a means of examining the well-being of individual Canadian communities. Various indicators of socio-economic well-being, including education, labour force activity, income and housing, were derived from Statistics Canada's Census of Population and combined to give each community a well-being "score". These scores are used to compare well-being across First Nations and Inuit communities with well-being in other Canadian communities over time.
- Methodological Details
- First Nation and Inuit Community Well-Being: Describing Historical Trends (1981-2006)
- The Community Well-Being Index (CWB): Measuring Well-Being in First Nations and Non-Aboriginal Communities, 1981-2006
- The Community Well-Being Index (CWB): Examining Well-Being in Inuit Communities, 1981-2006
- Frequently Asked Questions
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