Edmonton Social Planning Council News

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Title Created Date
Low-income families urged to fill out tax returns for benefits 01 May 2017
Alberta Child Benefit makes life more affordable for parents 20 April 2017
New benefits called 'game changers' for ending child poverty 14 February 2017
UPDATE: 'More than just a hope, it’s a certainty that we are moving on this.' ‘EndPovertyEdmonton holds first event to get started on anti-poverty work. 09 February 2017
McCauley documentary starts conversations about social housing 09 February 2017
Adopt-A-Teen: Scale of poverty hard to ignore 13 December 2016
This year's Vital Signs report sheds light on changing Edmonton demographics. 06 October 2016
Edmonton immigration nearly triples in ten years 06 October 2016
'Vital Signs' report shows new immigrants still attracted to Edmonton 06 October 2016
Pets outnumber kids & 9 other facts from 2016 Edmonton Vital Signs report 06 October 2016
University-educated immigrants face tough challenge finding employment in Edmonton 04 October 2016
Part of downtown Edmonton avenue renamed Judy Padua Way 16 August 2016
Edmonton's 2016 living wage: $16.69 per hour 24 June 2016
Opinion: Beefed up child benefits are a poverty game changer 08 June 2016
Affordable housing, transit access part of Edmonton plan to lift 10,000 families out of poverty in five years 24 May 2016
Helping out impoverished children 26 April 2016
ESPC's John Kolkman quoted in the Edmonton Journal on Alberta's economy 26 April 2016
Renovating the Edmonton Remand Centre a costly procedure 30 March 2016
Opinion: Notley’s chance to forge fair society for all 06 August 2015
Non profit calculates living wage 02 July 2015