End poverty in all its forms everywhere.
|Core Housing Need||Percentage of households in core housing need|
|Homelessness||Percentage of population experiencing homelessness on any given day|
|NEET Rates||Proportion of youth 15-24 not in education, employment or training (NEET)|
|Unmet Health Needs||Proportion of population which reported that their health care needs were not met when they needed it during the past 12 months|
|Poverty rate (LIM-AT)||Proportion of population living below the poverty line (Low income measure LIM- AT)|
|Food Security||Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the population, based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES)|
|Asset Resilience||Percentage of the population who can cover unexpected expenses, or reduced income by drawing from assets (eg. bank account) to prevent falling into poverty for a period of three months (savings of approximately $10,400)|
|Social assistance Coverage||Percentage of population on social assistance – OW, ODSP [disaggregated]*|
|Employment Insurance||percentage of unemployed workers receiving EI|
|Poverty Reduction Budget||Proportion of municipal budget allocated directly to poverty reduction programs|
|Poverty Gap||Average shortfall below Canada’s official poverty line for those living in Poverty (could do this as average shortfall to LIM-AT for those living below the LIM-AT)|
|Poverty Entry and Exit||Percentage of population who, among two years of filing their taxes either (1) entered low income in the second year after not being in low income the first year; or (2) exited low income the second year after being in low income the first year.|
|Household Access to basic services||Percentage of households who require assistance to cover basic services or where services have been cut off. (Hydro, Gas, Telephone)|
|Social Assistance Adequacy||Social Assistance adequacy compared to poverty line LIM-AT – ODSP, OW, OAS|
See the list with original global indicators.