About How Canada Performs
How Canada Performs is a multi-year research program to help leaders identify relative strengths and weaknesses in the socio-economic performance of Canada and its provinces and territories. This website is the flagship product. It helps policy-makers, organization leaders, and all Canadians answer the following questions: How do the quality-of-life report cards for Canada and its provinces and territories compare to those of peer countries? Is Canada’s quality of life sustainable? Has there been an improvement? What must Canada and the provinces and territories do to provide a high and sustainable quality of life for all Canadians?
This website presents data and analysis on Canada’s national, provincial and territorial performance relative to that of 15 peer countries in six performance categories: Economy, Innovation, Environment, Education and Skills, Health, and Society.
About The Conference Board of Canada
Learn more about how the Conference Board builds Canada’s leadership capacity by providing insights into economic trends, public policy, and organizational performance.
Team for How Canada Performs
Lead Researcher and Program Manager
Craig Alexander, Christopher Beckman, Marie-Christine Bernard, Michael Bloom, Fares Bounajm, Adam Fiser, Robyn Gibbard, Alison Howard, James Knowles, Brenda Lafleur, Dan Munro, Daniel F. Muzyka, Michelle Parkouda, Kala Pendakur, Gabriela Prada, Sheila Rao, Greg Sutherland, Louis Theriault, Tieja Thomas
Sylvie Dugas, Editext
non-linear creations, Colette Boisvert
Dan Jones, Jason Moodie
Colette Boisvert, Sheila Rao, Deanna Wadden
Josée Plouffe, James Welsh