British Columbia shows moderate levels of integration in terms of economic, social, civic and democratic participation and low integration for health.
This dimension includes eight indicators drawn from the 2011 Census. British Columbia ranks high in terms of wages and low-income measures, but ranks low on several other economic indicators to include full-time employment status and non-official language at work.
This dimension includes six indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. British Columbia ranks high for number of close friends and friends living in the same city or community, but ranks low for sense of belonging to Canada and for being a victim of discrimination in the past five years.
This dimension includes four indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. British Columbia ranks in the middle for all measures of civic and democratic participation (e.g., voting in last provincial election and federal election).
This dimension includes five indicators drawn from the 2014 Canadian Community Health Survey. British Columbia ranks in the middle for having a medical doctor and satisfaction with life, but ranks low for self-perceived unmet health care needs and self-perceived life stress.