Calgary sits in second place out of 10 Canadian cities for its socio-economic and physical health — while Edmonton sits third from the bottom, the Conference Board of Canada says.
Its City Health Monitor, released Tuesday morning, compares Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City and Halifax.
The report measures each city's performance based on 24 indicators, grouped into four categories: life satisfaction, population health, healthy lifestyle and access to health care services.
Letter grades were assigned to assess each city's performance.
Calgary gets A for life satisfaction!
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