Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by community foundations to measure the vitality of communities across Canada. It gathers and publishes data on significant social and economic trends and assigns grades in areas critical to quality of life. Find out more.
The annual Vital Signs reports promote awareness of community issues and are used by communities for social planning, by citizens and philanthropists to identify community needs and strengths, and by community foundations to inform their grantmaking and leadership activities.
The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation is pleased to launch its second annual Vital Signs report in 2015 for the Regina Community.
SSCF engaged a wide range of community partners in this exciting initiative. These groups helped to provide expertise, advisory and feedback, as well as local data on our community vitality, its needs and challenges. If you would like to share information with us or want to find out more about Regina's Vital Signs, please contact Christina. Media requests and inquiries can be directed to 306 751-4856.
Media Coverage Vital Signs 2015
Vital Signs Community Advisory Committee 2015
Barb Pollock, SSCF Board Member
Ted Delanghe, SSCF Board Member
Steve Compton, Regina and District Food Bank
Laura Murray, Regina and District Food Bank
Yvette Crane, Canadian Red Cross
Kristin Gushuliak, United Way Regina
Robyn Edwards-Bentz, United Way Regina
Heidi Fisher-Philips, KidsFirst
Eric Greenway, YWCA Regina
Tracey Mann, Community Initiatives Fund
Ian McWilliams, Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research
Evelyn Cerda, Regina Regional Opportunities Commission
Graham Haines, City of Regina
2014 Vital Signs