Tracking the Trends 2020

Tracking the Trends 2020

Tracking the Trends 2020 November 16, 2020 Download Tracking the Trends 2020 Tracking the Trends provides a comprehensive overview of Edmonton’s social well-being. The Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC) is pleased to present this 15th edition of Tracking the...
Public Engagement on Affordable Housing in Edmonton Report

Public Engagement on Affordable Housing in Edmonton Report

Access to stable and quality housing can produce positive outcomes to community health and education, and ultimately improve neighbourhood conditions and perceptions. Families that are in unstable housing are more likely to face intergenerational poverty. Living in...
A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton – May 2019 Update

A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton – May 2019 Update

Poverty affects people from all walks of life — young, old, employed, unemployed, those who are new to Canada and those whose ancestors have lived here for hundreds of years. The structure of the economy traps people in bad situations and forces some into...
A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton – May 2019 Update

City of Edmonton: Ride Transit Pilot (Program Evaluation 2018)

Introduction Addressing poverty in a community requires examining public transportation. Accessible and affordable transit is identified by EndPovertyEdmonton as one of the six game changers for poverty elimination. The Ride Transit Program is intended to support...
A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton – May 2019 Update

Tracking the Trends 2018

The Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC) today released the 2018 edition of its flagship publication Tracking the Trends.  The 131-page publication provides a detailed analysis of social and economic trends in Edmonton. Information is provided about population...