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How healthy are people in Canada? An indicators dashboard

People in Canada generally live long and healthy lives, but not everyone has the same opportunity for good health. This dashboard explores the health of our population using more than 50 interactive indicators.

About this dashboard: Explore the health of people in Canada through the data dashboard. Choose a topic from the drop down menu, then choose an indicator. Explore the data for each indicator by clicking on the chart images on each indicator page. Some indicators may have additional data trends you can view.

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Why does it matter?


This indicator aligns with the Canadian Indicator Framework for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Interpret data values with caution if they’re marked with an asterisk (*) in the data summary tables.

Notes, sources and additional information


The development of the Health of People in Canada Dashboard was made possible through collaboration of the Public Health Agency of Canada, with Health Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, and the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation. We thank all participating surveillance programs and partners for sharing data and contributing their valuable expertise.

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Public Health Agency of Canada. (2023). How healthy are people in Canada? An indicators dashboard. Retrieved from:

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