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...
fACT Sheet — Food (In)Security During COVID-19

fACT Sheet — Food (In)Security During COVID-19

fACT Sheet — Food (In)Security During COVID-19 October 28, 2020 Download our Food Security fACT Sheet What is Food (In)Security? As defined by the United Nations’ World Food Summit of 1996, food security exists when “all people, at all times, have physical,...
fACTivist Feature Article: Family Class Sponsored Immigrant Seniors in Canada: Income Dependency Challenges

fACTivist Feature Article: Family Class Sponsored Immigrant Seniors in Canada: Income Dependency Challenges

fACTivist Feature Article: Family Class Sponsored Immigrant Seniors in Canada: Income Dependency Challenges July 31, 2020 Download the Summer 2020 fACTivist Note: this is excerpted from Summer 2020 edition of our fACTivist publication. The Edmonton Social Planning...
Tracking the Trends 2018

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...

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