AIMS’ National Municipal Performance Report provides the final grades for 31 of Canada’s largest cities and capitals. Those grades are based on publicly available information which we divided into 10 categories; People & Place, Financial History, Socio Economic Status, Governance & Finance, Taxation, Safety & Protection, Transportation, Environmental Health, Economic Development, and Recreation & Culture.

Follow the links below to view this information and compare the hard numbers on how your city stacks up on number of residents per city councillor, or average taxes paid per dwelling, or average number of crimes per 100,000 population.