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Susan Morrissey, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 780.423.2031 (Ext. 353)
Sandra Ngo, Research Coordinator: email@example.com
Phone: 780.423.2031 (Ext. 354)
Justine Basilan, Executive Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 780.423.2031 (Ext. 349)
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Phone: 780.423.2031 (Ext. 350)
Brett Lambert, Community Engagement Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 780.423.2031 (Ext. 351)
Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how the community is doing. This year we will also be focusing on individual issues, VITAL TOPICS, that are timely...
ESPC Documents/GOVERNANCE/A.02.B Annual Report/2018 Annual Report ESPC v2.pdf
The Indigenous Seniors Social Isolation report is the culmination of nearly two years of work engaging Indigenous seniors, family members and care providers in a research project to understand the issues and concerns of isolated Indigenous seniors. Guided by an...
Federal budgets are highly political documents. Budget 2019 is both a pre-election budget and an effort to change the channel from the recently SNC-Lavalin controversy. The details of the Budget Plan with live links to different chapters can be accessed here:...
Executive Director Update What is Food Insecurity Community Economic Development in Edmonton Examining Portable Housing Benefits for Low Income Families Securing Appropriate HousingÃÂ Effective Interventions for Isolated Indigenous Seniors: Enhancing Edmonton...
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...
INSIDE THIS UPDATE OECD Policy Brief on Child Well-Being Reviewed By: Sara Boulos - 1 2018 Annual Report on Immigration Reviewed by Michelle Sorenson - 3 Intergenerational Homeownership Reviewed by Nav Tehera - 5 Born to Win: Wealth Concentration in Canada Reviewed by...
The annual Alberta Poverty Report is an annual report created by the Edmonton Social Planning Council, in partnership with Public Interest Alberta and the Alberta College of Social Workers. This report finds that Alberta remains to have the largest gap between the...