Canadian Indicator Framework

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The Canadian Indicator Framework (CIF), which complements the Global Indicator Framework, will be used to measure progress on the different Canadian ambitions identified in Towards Canada’s 2030 Agenda National Strategy. The first iteration of the CIF proposes 30 ambitions, 60 federal indicators and many targets that span the SDGs. The ambitions proposed in this version of the CIF are intended to start a conversation on where Canada would like to be in 2030 with respect to each SDG.



The Canadian Indicator Framework (CIF), which complements the Global Indicator Framework, will be used to measure progress on the different Canadian ambitions identified in Towards Canada’s 2030 Agenda National Strategy. The first iteration of the CIF proposes 30 ambitions, 60 federal indicators and many targets that span the SDGs. The ambitions proposed in this version of the CIF are intended to start a conversation on where Canada would like to be in 2030 with respect to each SDG.



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    This first iteration of the Canadian Indicator Framework (CIF) will be used to support further consultations with stakeholders. It is intended to start the conversation with Canadians on Canada’s level of ambition into achieving the SDGs and the appropriate targets and indicators to measure Canada’s progress.

    Canadians are encouraged to help shape the CIF by sharing their views, ideas and perspectives. All stakeholders are encouraged to:

    • Provide feedback on whether the CIF accurately reflects Canada’s ambition in relation to the SDGs, including the opportunities, challenges, trade-offs and gap areas;

    This first iteration of the Canadian Indicator Framework (CIF) will be used to support further consultations with stakeholders. It is intended to start the conversation with Canadians on Canada’s level of ambition into achieving the SDGs and the appropriate targets and indicators to measure Canada’s progress.

    Canadians are encouraged to help shape the CIF by sharing their views, ideas and perspectives. All stakeholders are encouraged to:

    • Provide feedback on whether the CIF accurately reflects Canada’s ambition in relation to the SDGs, including the opportunities, challenges, trade-offs and gap areas;
    • Validate and build upon the proposed ambitions, targets and indicators;
    • Identify local and community- driven measurements to complement existing indicator frameworks and data;
    • Advance data-disaggregation to ensure the Framework reflects and monitors underrepresented and marginalized groups; and,
    • Enhance data- disaggregation, and recognition of Indigenous identity across the framework and as well as the future integration of community-based data from Indigenous communities.

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