the fACTivist Summer 2014: Inside Infill

Explore the ins and outs of Edmonton’s infill action plan, discover 10 ways to create community, read about the newly renovated Edmonton Federal Building, Anne Stevenson and the upcoming Vital Signs Edmonton report in the Summer 2014 edition of the fACTivist. ESPC...

the fACTivist Winter 2014: Growing Pains

This edition of the fACTivist discusses children and youth who live in poverty, and the effect government policy has on their well-being. Articles in this edition include: Foreword: From Band-aids to Breakthroughs The Current State of Child Poverty in Canada:...

the fACTivist Fall 2013: Warming Up Winter

This edition of the fACTivist discusses the impact winter weather has on persons with low income. Topics covered include public transit, shelter availability, and access to food. ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_2013_Fall.pdf
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