Canada Well-Being Measurement Act

The Canada Well-Being Measurement Act was passed in part by the Canadian House of Commons in 2003, specifying that the Government of Canada was to create ecological and social indicators to complement (and eventually replace) GDP to assess major decisions.

Its primary author was Mike Nickerson.

Its sponsor in the house was Joe Jordan?.

Some perspectives on the Act by Nickerson and others(external link)

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