Living in Niagara-2020 report

2021-06-11T10:54:28-04:00June 4, 2021|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Belonging, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Housing & Shelter, Learning & Education, People Getting Started, Recreation & Sports, Resources & Publications, Transportation & Mobility, Work & Employment|

The Living in Niagara report provides a snapshot of the quality of life in the Niagara-wide community. The report combines [...]

What’s Art Got To Do With It? The Role of Arts and Culture in a Community’s Survival During a Global Pandemic

2021-05-17T09:58:03-04:00May 17, 2021|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Health & Wellness, Learning & Education, Resources & Publications|

This is Policy Brief #50 in the Brock University Niagara Community Observatory series. Dr. Kari-Lynn Winters, associate professor at Brock's [...]

Eating in Ontario: What Do We Know? Vegetable and fruit consumption, food insecurity, self-rated health, and physical activity based on CCHS 2017 with implications related to COVID-19

2021-04-16T10:08:28-04:00April 15, 2021|Environment, Health & Wellness, Resources & Publications|

This report provides a cross-sectional, descriptive analysis of vegetable and fruit consumption, food insecurity, self-rated health, and physical activity. It [...]

2019 MBNCanada Performance Measurement Report

2021-04-16T09:53:16-04:00April 6, 2021|Arts, Culture & Heritage, Crime, Safety & Security, Economic Prosperity, Environment, Health & Wellness, Learning & Education, Recreation & Sports, Resources & Publications, Transportation & Mobility|

Municipal Benchmarking Network Canada (MBNCanada) is a collaborative of Canadian municipalities whose mission is to enhance municipal service delivery by [...]

Niagara Food Security Network – Lived Experience Engagement, November 2020 – Report on Findings, February 2021

2021-04-16T10:01:12-04:00March 15, 2021|Crime, Safety & Security, Health & Wellness, Resources & Publications|

This report summarizes November, 2020 conversations with 33 individuals experiencing food insecurity and living in the Niagara region of Ontario. [...]