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B.C. scores top grades and along with Ontario ranks higher than most peer countries in the first report card to look at the health performance of the provinces and territories in an international context.
The territories generally lag on education and skills performance. However, we need to consider the territories’ socio-economic conditions and cultural factors when assessing their education performance.
British Columbia ranks third overall, after Japan and Finland, in the latest Education and Skills report card. Ontario and Alberta are also strong performers, rounding out the top five.
We look at Canada’s national and provincial performance relative to that of 15 other peer countries in six performance categories: Economy, Education and Skills, Innovation, Environment, Health, and Society.
This website—How Canada Performs: A Report Card on Canada—assesses Canada’s quality of life compared with that of its peer countries.