While most Edmontonians have good jobs and adequate incomes, a new report on poverty in Edmonton shows that one in eight Edmontonians live in poverty and one in five children live in a poor family. A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton gathers the latest federal, provincial and municipal data on income, employment, poverty by family size, housing, homelessness and food bank use.


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