A healthy community means collaborating and engaging people, groups and organizations to take action
on community priorities. 

When communities take action for change, information from provincial and community surveys complement people’s experiences and perspectives. The more diverse information you can gather about your community, the better you will be able to understand its assets and challenges. This information can be used to support setting priorities, making evidence-informed decisions, and planning and implementing impactful initiatives.

View a profile of a community near you

As well, the LGA profile contains information on these risk factors and provides community-based strategies to help individuals and communities take action towards preventing future cases of cancer and other chronic diseases. These LGA profiles were compiled to help local governments, community groups, and health agencies with priority setting, decision making and policy development at a local level.

The profile uses the most up-to-date information presented at the LGA level (whenever possible) so Albertans can understand what is happening with the people, and in the communities around them. 

Data may be listed as N/A  “not available” as sometimes not enough individuals responded. If less than 10 people responded to a survey question in a LGA, then this data is “not available” for public display.

The profiles are grouped by Alberta Health Services Zones and are in PDF format.

Alberta Community Health Dashboard

More on understanding your community

Step 2 of the Alberta Healthy Community Initiative is about understanding your community's strengths, needs and opportunities. By learning how to gather and organize available information about your community as a whole and assessing existing information/data, your team is better situated to see the bigger picture of your broader community context.

Learn more

The following is a list of additional community profiles that are to be completed:

  • Cardston-Kainai
  • County Of Lethbridge
  • Taber MD
  • County of Forty Mile
  • Oyen
  • Cypress County
  • Medicine Hat
  • Lethbridge - West
  • Lethbridge - North
  • Lethbridge - South
  • Calgary - Upper NW
  • Calgary - North
  • Calgary - Nose Hill
  • Calgary - Lower NW
  • Calgary - West Bow
  • Calgary - Centre North
  • Calgary - Upper NE
  • Calgary - Lower NE
  • Calgary - East
  • Calgary - SE
  • Calgary - West
  • Calgary - Centre
  • Calgary - Centre West
  • Calgary - Elbow
  • Calgary - Fish Creek
  • Calgary - SW
  • Okotoks-Priddis
  • Chestermere
  • Cochrane-Springbank
  • Banff
  • Rocky Mountain House
  • Drayton Valley
  • Sundre
  • Olds
  • Innisfail
  • Red Deer County
  • Three Hills/Highway 21
  • Starland County/Drumheller
  • Ponoka
  • Rimbey
  • Tofield
  • MD Of Wainwright
  • Lamont County
  • Two Hills County
  • Vegreville/Minburn County
  • Red Deer - North
  • Red Deer - SW
  • Red Deer - East
  • Edmonton - Woodcroft East
  • Edmonton - Woodcroft West
  • Edmonton - Jasper Place
  • Edmonton - West Jasper Place
  • Edmonton - Castle Downs
  • Edmonton - Northgate
  • Edmonton - Eastwood
  • Edmonton - Abbottsfield
  • Edmonton - Ne
  • Edmonton - Bonnie Doon
  • Edmonton - Mill Woods West
  • Edmonton - Mill Woods South & East
  • Edmonton - Duggan
  • Edmonton - Twin Brooks
  • Edmonton - Rutherford
  • Sturgeon County East
  • Fort Saskatchewan
  • Sherwood Park
  • Strathcona County Excluding Sherwood Park
  • Leduc & Devon
  • St. Albert
  • Westlock
  • Frog Lake
  • Boyle
  • Lac La Biche
  • Beaverlodge
  • Swan Hills
  • Slave Lake
  • Wabasca
  • Manning
  • Peace River
  • Falher
  • Fairview
  • Fort McMurray

 

Comprehensive Cancer Prevention Profiles

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