The Winnipeg Foundation released a report Thursday offering a glimpse into the lives of Winnipeggers.
Winnipeg’s Vital Signs 2017 is a compilation of research and community surveys. Over 2,100 people participated in online and telephone surveys throughout the course of a year; additional information was sourced from the Institute of Urban Studies, the International Institute for Sustainable Development and the Social Planning Council.
The report shares findings across varied themes: 64 percent of Winnipeggers feel stress about personal finances; 60 percent of city residents know their neighbours well enough to ask for help; and 25 percent of people have felt discomfort due to discrimination.
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