The Coalition has created a scorecard that will track Canada’s progress on key economic, social, and environmental indicators over the next decade. All metrics are internationally accepted indicators of a country’s economic, social and environmental progress.
The scorecard incorporates 21 key metrics across six themes and three central goals: winning globally, living better and growing sustainably. Different people may choose to measure progress in different ways, but each of these 21 metrics is an internationally accepted indicator of a country’s economic and/or social development, for which data is readily available.
For each metric contained in the scorecard, an aspirational target has been set for 2030. Each year, the Coalition will update Canada’s progress toward each metric. While short-term variations may or may not be meaningful, trends over longer periods don’t lie. Our intent is to set ambitious but achievable long-term targets for our country.