Peg: Tracking Well-Being in Winnipeg

Active Project? Yes
Year Project Began: 2010
Year of Last Input: 2017
Last Updated: Oct 9 2017
Project Location:
State / Province:
Lead Organization:
United Way of Winnipeg and International Institute for Sustainable Development
Type of Organization:
Nonprofit - Research

Geographic Scope

Neighborhood, Municipality

Issue Areas

Children & Youth, Economy, Education, Employment, Environment, Health & Wellbeing, Housing, Public Safety, Social, Transportation


Peg is Winnipeg’s community indicator system, tracking indicators that reflect and measure our city’s wellbeing. The indicators, developed by a wide-cross section of stakeholders, speak to our wellbeing in eight theme areas (basic needs, health, education & learning, social vitality, governance, built environment, economy, and natural environment) and one cross-cutting issue (poverty). Individuals, groups, and organizations in all sectors can use the information to increase their knowledge, inform decisions, and guide action to achieve short- and long-term progress.



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Indicator Domains

Basic needs; Built environment, Economy, Education & learning, Governance, Health, Natural environment, Social vitality

Reporting Format

Online Reporting, Interactive Online Display

Awards & Accomplishments:

2014 CIC Impact Award

Other Partners

City County, United Way

Project Contact:

Jennifer Temmer
International Institute for Sustainable Development - Educational Organization
Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

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