Press Release – Three Canadian Cities Receive Top Marks in Conference Board’s First City Health Ranking

Saskatoon, Calgary and Winnipeg earn an “A” grade in The Conference Board of Canada’s first City Health Monitor that compares the health performance of 10 Canadian cities.

“Although cities in Canada have similar standards of living, slight variations between cities may have significant impacts on the health of its citizens,” said Louis Thériault, Vice-President, Public Policy. “Benchmarking cities’ health performance helps identify gaps and determine policy priorities to improve the health care system and the health of Canadians.”

Full article at: Conference Board of Canada