Reports & Infographics

Based on My Health My Community Survey

Social Connection and
Health Resources

2018

Social Connection and Health

The strength of our social connections, our feelings of inclusion and support in our relationships and communities, is integral to our physical and mental health.

In this report we describe the important relationship between social connection and health and then investigate how our health, behaviours, and built environment are associated with those strong connections.

Age and Social Connections

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Perception of Neighbourhood Built Environment

983kB

Health Behaviour

809kB

Health Improvements

726kB

Sense of Community Belonging

324kB

Stress

817kB

Key Messages

591kB

Neighbourhood Stability

749kB

Community Belonging and Perception of Health

1.35mB

Volunteering and Facility Use

818kB

Social connection and perception of health

48kB

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Transportation and
Health Resources

2015

Transportation and Health in Metro Vancouver

Transportation connects us to our community, our place of work and our friends and family. The way transportation infrastructure is designed and the modes of transportation that we have access to impact our lifestyle and our health.

The first analysis of the 28,000 Metro Vancouver respondents examined the association between mode of commuting and health.

Key Messages

563kB

Commute Time and Community Belonging

227kB

Commute Time to Work or School in One Direction

459kB

Determinants of Transit Use

188kB

Health and Health Behaviour

692kB

Mode of Commute to Work or School

714kB

Active Transport

300kB

Car Use
311kB
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