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Community Well-Being index maps

Community Well-Being index

These maps show the Community Well-Being (CWB) Index scores for Indigenous communities in Canada. The CWB is a method of assessing socio-economic well-being in Canadian communities. Various indicators of socio-economic well-being, including education, labour force activity, income and housing, are derived from Statistics Canada's Census of Population and combined to give each community a well-being "score".

Interactive map, static maps and data

Interactive map

Static maps

  • Map of Canada
    • Largest Wall size (9,735 KB PDF) (42 inches by 50 inches or 106.68 centimeters by 127 centimeters)
    • Letter size
      • CWB and First Nations (1,919 KB PDF) 8.5 inches by 11 inches or 21.59 centimeters by 27.94 centimeters)
      • CWB and Inuit (747 KB PDF) 8.5 inches by 11 inches or 21.59 centimeters by 27.94 centimeters)
  • Regional maps
    • British Columbia (2,474 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Alberta (1,851 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Saskatchewan (1,902 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Manitoba (1,701 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Ontario (2,523 KB PDF) (36 inches by 36 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 91.44 centimeters)
    • Quebec (2,859 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Atlantic (2,289 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)

Data

First Nations education on reserve maps

Education and First Nations – On-Reserve Elementary and Secondary Schools

In 2012, in Canada, there were 447 school buildings located on reserve. Of those, 246 schools offer high school. One hundred and sixty-four (164) school buildings house 100 students or less; 184 school buildings house 101 to 500 students; 64 school buildings house 501 to 1000 students; and 35 school buildings house more than 1000 students.

Static maps

Static maps

  • Map of Canada
    • Largest Wall size (3,583 KB PDF) (42 inches by 50 inches or 106.68 centimeters by 127 centimeters)
  • Regional maps
    • British Columbia (6,465 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Alberta (5,979 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Saskatchewan (6,577 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Manitoba (6,578 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Ontario (9,747 KB PDF) (36 inches by 36 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 91.44 centimeters)
    • Quebec (7,459 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)
    • Atlantic (5,553 KB PDF) (36 inches by 24 inches or 91.44 centimeters by 60.96 centimeters)

On-reserve income assistance program map

Income Assistance Program for First Nation communities

This map shows the on-reserve Income Assistance dependency rate ranges for First Nations participating in the Income Assistance Program, based on data for fiscal year 2011–2012.

Static map

Static map

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