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» Download the new Vital Topic: Millennial Activism & Engagement « Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual checkup conducted by the Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with the Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how the community is doing. Vital...
Statement on the Impact of Systemic Racism on Income Inequality and Low-Income Households in Edmonton
Download the Full Statement on Systemic Racism in PDF format The Edmonton Social Planning Council stands in solidarity with the Black and Indigenous communities of Canada to end systemic racism and discrimination. These prejudices are reinforced by systems of power...
» Download the new Vital Topic: Financial Reality of Millennials in Edmonton Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual checkup conducted by the Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with the Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how the community is doing....
Download the fACTsheet - 2020 Provincial Budget Introduction The 2020-21 Budget, titled A Blueprint for Jobs, covers the time period April 1, 2020 until March 31, 2021. It is largely based on the previous budget introduced in October 2019. The government fiscal plan...
The High Cost of Waiting: Tenant-Focused Solutions to Enhance Housing Affordability sets out to document the impacts on quality of life for households who have to wait for prolonged periods of time and find the best solutions for reducing wait times and improving...
https://edmontonjournal.com/opinion/columnists/opinion-ending-child-poverty-in-alberta-is-our-moral-obligation Alberta Child Poverty Report Edmonton Journal Op-Ed By Joel French, Sandra Ngo, and Ajay Hartenfeld Pandhi Every night, 160,000 children in Alberta suffer...
Public Engagement on Affordable Housing in Edmonton Reviewed by Akshya Boopalan Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Non-Profit Housing Reviewed by Agatha Briglio A Critical Time: Special Report on Emerging Adults Leaving Children Services Care Reviewed by Alysia Elliott...