Toronto Population Health Status Indicators Dashboard

Population Health Status Indicators (PHSIs) are data used to measure risk factors and health outcomes at a population level. They provide an overview of health and well-being over time and across populations.

Toronto Public Health (TPH) reports on a series of PHSIs to support its mission to reduce health inequities and improve the health of the whole population. These indicators can be searched by topic in the following interactive dashboards. They are analyzed over time, by geography and by socio-demographic characteristics.

The dashboards are in the process of being updated and will be launched as they become available in 2024.








* Dashboard updated in 2024




Analyzing data by geography and by socio-demographic characteristics can help to identify, monitor and respond to health inequities. Differences in income, housing, education, employment and experiences of racism and discrimination can contribute to unfair and preventable differences in health between population groups. Systemic racism and discrimination are important drivers of these inequities.

The PHSI dashboards include data on a range of topics that were selected based on public health relevance, data availability, data quality and availability at a sub-population level. For data on the health of Indigenous Peoples in Toronto, please see the Indigenous-led Our Health Counts Toronto study.

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Need help? The User Guide provides information on how to navigate the PHSI dashboards. For questions, assistance or more information, please contact TPH’s Epidemiology and Data Analytics Unit at edau@toronto.ca