The fACTivist – Fall 2020 – Our 80th Anniversary issue

November 4, 2020

The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members.

In this issue, we take a retrospective look at our 80 year history, taking a look at the Edmonton Social Planning Council’s storied history of engaging in a variety of initiatives and issues that played an important role in the history of Edmonton’s social development. Our volunteer contributors took a deep dive into a diverse set of issues, which includes Indigenous peoples, food security, public transportation, challenges for renters, child welfare, seniors, basic income, community development, and urban planning.

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Brett Lambert

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