Perceived Quality of Life
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The percentage of people rating “Quality of Life” in Saskatoon as “good” or “very good” measures how people feel about well-being in the city. Quality of life is influenced by factors such as access to good jobs, housing, and opportunities for leisure activities, transportation, access to appropriate services, and feelings of safety.
City initiatives such as sports, culture, and recreation programs, efficient transportation networks, housing programs, quality infrastructure, and effective policing can influence perceptions of quality of life.
How are other cities doing?
Perceived quality of life in Saskatoon compares favorably to perceptions in other western cities.
Sources: The City of Saskatoon Annual Civic Services Survey (2016) and surveys conducted adapted to comparable format: City of Regina Citizen Satisfaction Report (2015); Winnipeg Citizen’s Perspective 2015 Citizen Survey; The City of Calgary 2015 Citizen Satisfaction Survey