fACT Sheets

The ESPC Fact Sheets provide summaries on a wide range of subject areas.


fACT Sheet: Urban Coyotes: In Conflict or Coexistence?

Urban Coyotes: In Conflict or Coexistence?
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Edmonton is famous for its River Valley Park System—the largest urban park in North America. However, this is prime coyote territory. Can we coexist?

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fACT Sheet: Social Isolation

The Canadian government estimates that the number of people over the age of 65 could double by 2040. Baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) are becoming seniors, and average life expectancy is increasing. While the average Canadian senior enjoys a life with better health and financial security as well as more activity than in previous generations, seniors are still at risk for chronic conditions, disabilities, or mental health issues. As families become smaller and separated by geography, the size and ease of accessibility for seniors’ support networks decrease.

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2017 Alberta Budget Analysis fACT Sheet

Budget 2017 covers the period from April 1, 2017, to March 31, 2018 corresponding to the 2017-2018 fiscal year (FY). There are also revenue and spending projections for the following two fiscal years.This year’s budget is called Working to Make Life Better and forecasts a deficit of $10.3 billion. A contingency amount of $500 million is included to protect against lower than forecast oil prices or to provide funds to respond to unforeseen emergencies.

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fACT Sheet: 2017 Federal Budget Analysis

This Fact Sheet highlights revenue and spending measures in the 2017 federal budget affecting Edmontonians with low and modest incomes. The federal budget applies to the fiscal year between April 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018, and forecasts for revenues and expenses for the following four fiscal years.

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fACT Sheet—From the Ground Up: Building Love that Lasts

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There are many reasons that cause romantic relationships may work or may fail. However, psychologists have identified communication as one of the main causes for successes or break downs in relationships. This fACT Sheet explores research by Dr. John Gottman.

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