Vital Signs

The annual Victoria’s Vital Signs report offers a snapshot of how local residents are feeling about a variety of topics in the region. This year’s focus was on how the region is doing on the issues of equity and inclusion. (YouTube/Victoria Foundation)

Men paint a rosier picture of life in the capital region: Victoria Vital Signs report

Men rated Greater Victoria higher on many societal issues than women

 

Victoria’s 2021 Vital Signs report is out, with a focus on how the region is doing on equity and inclusion. (Courtesy Victoria Foundation)

Victoria’s 2021 Vital Signs report released with B-grade quality of life

Cost of living, housing most important issues to respondents

 

The average south Vancouver Islander will drink 11.2 litres of alcohol per year. (Black Press Media file photo)

Islanders drink more alcohol than provincial, national average

Vital Signs survey reports average south Island resident drinks 11.2 litres of alcohol a year

 

Greater Victoria’s population is a diverse mix of people living in a variety of partnerships, speaking multiple languages and making a wide range of incomes. Those and other demographic identifiers can be found in the 2020 Vital Signs report. (Black Press Media file photo)

What would Greater Victoria look like with only 100 people?

The 2020 Vital Signs report breaks down a hypothetical village, based on demographics

Greater Victoria’s population is a diverse mix of people living in a variety of partnerships, speaking multiple languages and making a wide range of incomes. Those and other demographic identifiers can be found in the 2020 Vital Signs report. (Black Press Media file photo)
The 2020 Vital Signs report was released Thursday morning. (Katherine Engqvist/News Staff)
The 2020 Vital Signs report was released Thursday morning. (Katherine Engqvist/News Staff)
Over 80 per cent of surveyed Camp Namegans residents self-identified as Indigenous. Namegans Nation/Facebook

One third of Victoria’s homeless population identifies as Indigenous

Figure appears in the latest edition of Victoria’s Vital Signs published by the Victoria Foundation.

Over 80 per cent of surveyed Camp Namegans residents self-identified as Indigenous. Namegans Nation/Facebook
The 2018 Vital Signs report has been released after data was gathered from citizen surveys and regional and national data pools. (File photo)

Vital Signs report breaks down Greater Victoria statistics

Insights into sustainability, affordability, health, culture and more revealed in report

The 2018 Vital Signs report has been released after data was gathered from citizen surveys and regional and national data pools. (File photo)
Victoria Vital Signs survey open to opinions

Victoria Vital Signs survey open to opinions

Victoria Foundation counts on residents to offer input for annual community checkup

  • May 10, 2018
Victoria Vital Signs survey open to opinions
Victoria Foundation CEO Sandra Richardson speaks at the unveiling of the 2017 Vital Signs report at the Hotel Grand Pacific on Tuesday. The region received an overall quality of life mark of B+, the same as last year, but some shifting took place on lists of important issues and best things about the region. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

Greater Victoria’s Vital Signs report filled with good information

Victoria Foundation counts on residents to offer input for annual community checkup

Victoria Foundation CEO Sandra Richardson speaks at the unveiling of the 2017 Vital Signs report at the Hotel Grand Pacific on Tuesday. The region received an overall quality of life mark of B+, the same as last year, but some shifting took place on lists of important issues and best things about the region. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
Victoria Foundation’s Rob Janus is inviting the public to have their voices heard as part of the 12th annual Vital Signs survey. Contributed photo.

Vital Signs takes Greater Victoria’s temperature

Annual survey online now for providing community input

  • Jun 23, 2017
Victoria Foundation’s Rob Janus is inviting the public to have their voices heard as part of the 12th annual Vital Signs survey. Contributed photo.