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

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

A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton: Update 2017

The two years since ESPC published A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton have been challenging ones for the city of Edmonton and its residents. This report updates many of the poverty trends and challenges identified two years within the context of broader social and...
City of Edmonton: Ride Transit Pilot (Program Evaluation 2018)

2009 Youth Best Practices

Title:Best practices for chronic / persistent youth offenders Corporate Author: Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family Centre for Initiatives on Children, Youth and the Community Subject:Youth – general|split|Crime – young offenders...
City of Edmonton: Ride Transit Pilot (Program Evaluation 2018)

2009 Hate Crimes

  Title:Hate crimes: what you should know and what you can do! Author(s):Renwick, A. Subject:Racism|split|Crime – general Publisher:Alberta Hate Crimes Committee Place of Publication:Edmonton Date of Publication:2009 Language:English Material Type:Report G....

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