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Quick storu about BC Progress Board

The BC Progress Board produced Benchmark reports that described the province's economic growth, standard of living, job performance, environmental quality, health outcomes, and social condition.

They also produced periodic Advisory Reports on topics such as productivity, social condition, education, crime and energy. In addition, benchmark reports contained short topic boxes on items of interest. Several topic boxes on low income plus the results of additional research were gathered there. 

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About the Board

Objectives

The Board has two primary objectives. One is to determine whether the province is improving its competitive position. The Board achieves this objective by establishing an ongoing means to measure and benchmark the province's progress over time compared to other jurisdictions. The other objective is to identify issues of importance to the future economic prosperity of BC, and advise the Premier on strategies, policies and actions to improve the province's economy and social wellbeing.

The Board has two mandates:

  • Measure and benchmark BC's performance over time and relative to other jurisdictions, to determine if competitiveness and quality of life are improving;
  • Advise the Premier on strategies, policies and actions that could enhance BC's economic and social well-being regardless of whether government, business or individual actions are required.

Reports

The BC Progress Board produces benchmark reports that describe the state of the province's economy, innovativeness, education, environment, health and societal performance. The Board's benchmarking work has two objectives:

  • Help make BC a leader in the economy, innovation and education;
  • Help make BC a leader in the environment, health and society.

For each objective, the Board has three core targets and 13 performance indicators. Under the "Economy, Innovation, and Education" objective, the core targets are: economic growth, standard of living, and jobs. Under the "Environment, Health and Society" objective, the core targets are: environmental quality, health outcomes, and social condition.

The Board issues an annual report which is now web-based to allow more frequent updates. Periodically, the Board makes other recommendations to the Premier and the government, which may also be made public. To benchmark the province's progress, the Board relies on cross-jurisdictional data that are timely and comparable. The data come from sources such as:

  • Statistics Canada
  • BC Stats
  • US Census Bureau
  • US Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development

The Board also uses data from other government agencies, particularly where data gaps have been identified. All data sources are identified and the data are included in tables on the Board's website.