A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton

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,...

Survey of Edmontonians – Leger Report

Leger was contracted by the Edmonton Community Foundation (ECF) to conduct a survey with Edmontonians regarding various aspects of life in Edmonton. 401 interviews were conducted on June 17-18, 2014 on the internet via secured access to the online questionnaire. ESPC...

Impact of Summer Temporary Employment Program Elimination in 2013

Members of the InterCity Forum on Social Policy (ICFSP) were concerned about the elimination of the STEP and its impact on municipalities. ICFSP members decided to develop and distribute a survey to members and key contacts within their communities to gauge the scope...

In This Together Ending Poverty in Alberta

Title: In this Together: Ending Poverty in Alberta) Author(s): Kolkman, John, and Ahorro, Joseph Corporate Author: Edmonton Social Planning Council Publisher: Edmonton Social Planning Council, Alberta College of Social Workers, Public Interest Alberta Place of...
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