ESPC’s 2016 annual report will fill you in on the best parts of our work in 2016. Highlights of our work include the publication of Needs and Gaps in Services of Edmonton’s LGBTQ Population, VitalSigns, and our two living wage reports: More than Minimum: Calculating Edmonton’s Living Wage 2016 and Calculating Edmonton’s Living Wage: Other Family Types 2016 Update.

ESPC staff have also been involved in numerous committees and coalitions, and have volunteered their time at two Homeless Connect events as well as the October 2016 point-in-time Homeless Count.

Building our success on our new strategic framework, ESPC is proud to continue its work informing social justice work in Edmonton as it fulfils its mission of A community in which all people are full and valued participants.

ESPC Documents/GOVERNANCE/A.02.B Annual Report/ESPC_2016_Annual_Report_V6_FINAL.pdf

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