These profiles present data in tables and charts on population, economic hardship, labour market, education, crime, health and risk factors for children and youth. The data are presented in a format that allows comparison to other regions in the province and to B.C. overall.
The socio-economic indices compare regions of the province to determine those most under stress in categories of economic hardship, crime, health, education and risk indicators for children and youth expressed as rates and indices. Data are presented in tables, charts and maps. There is also a single composite index for each region within the province.
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