Montréal demonstrates low levels of integration on the economic, social, civic and democratic participation and health domains.
This dimension includes eight indicators drawn from the 2011 Census. Montréal ranks in the middle with regard to unemployment status and subsidized housing, but ranks low on most other measures of economic integration (e.g., wages, low-income measures, non-official language at work).
This dimension includes six indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. Montréal ranks mid-range in terms of being a victim of discrimination in the past 5 years, but ranks low on all other measures of social integration (e.g., number of close friends and friends living in the same city/community).
This dimension includes four indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. Montréal ranks high in regard to voting in the last provincial election, but ranks low on all other measures of civic and democratic participation (e.g., voted in the last federal election).
This dimension includes five indicators drawn from the 2014 Canadian Community Health Survey. Montréal ranks high in terms of cost as a barrier to health care access and moderately high for satisfaction with life, but ranks low on all other health indicators (e.g., has a medical doctor, self-perceived life stress).