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Peg: Tracking Well-Being in Winnipeg

Project ID: 436
CIC Member?:
Yes
Active Project?:
Yes
Year Project Began:
2010
Year of Latest Report:
2014
Last Update: 02/19/15
Project LocationWinnipeg
State/ProvinceManitoba
CountryCanada
Lead OrganizationUnited Way of Winnipeg and International Institute for Sustainable Development
Type of OrganizationNonprofit - Community-based

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Geographic Scope (The level of geography at which the indicator data is collected):
Neighborhood, Municipality

Issue Areas:
Economy, Education, Employment, Governance, Health, Infrastructure, Poverty, Social

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Project Description

Peg is Winnipeg’s community indicator system, tracking indicators that reflect and measure our city’s wellbeing. The indicators, developed by a wide-cross section of stakeholders, speak to our wellbeing in eight theme areas (basic needs, health, education & learning, social vitality, governance, built environment, economy, and natural environment) and one cross-cutting issue (poverty). Individuals, groups, and organizations in all sectors can use the information to increase their knowledge, inform decisions, and guide action to achieve short- and long-term progress.

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Awards and Recognitions: 2014 CIC Impact Award

Achievements:

Community Indicators – Performance Measures Integration

Does this project have Community Indicators?: Yes
Peg tracks indicators of community well-being. The indicators, developed by a wide variety of stakeholders, are grouped into eight theme areas (basic needs, health, education & learning, social vitality, governance, built environment, economy, and natural environment).

Does this project have Performance Measures?: No

Has this project integrated Community Indicators and Performance Measures?: No

Contact Information

Charles Thrift
International Institute for Sustainable Development
6th Floor, 161 Portage Ave East
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B-0Y4
Canada
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