The fACTivist – Spring 2021 – Focus on Race and Equity

The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members. In this issue, we focus on race and equity. Contents of articles include: • Exploring Race-Based Data Needs by Jenn Rossiter•...

fACTivist Feature Article: School Resource Officers and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Note: this is excerpted from the Fall 2020 edition of our fACTivist publication. The Edmonton Social Planning Council, in collaboration with volunteers and colleagues within the sector, strives to provide stakeholders and community members with updates on ESPC’s activities and projects, including articles and initiatives that address a variety of...

The fACTivist – Fall 2020 – Our 80th Anniversary issue

The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members. In this issue, we take a retrospective look at our 80 year history, taking a look at the Edmonton Social Planning Council's...

fACTivist Feature Article: Economic Insecurity Concerns During COVID-19

 Note: this is excerpted from Summer 2020 edition of our fACTivist publication. The Edmonton Social Planning Council, in collaboration with volunteers and colleagues within the sector, strives to provide stakeholders and community members with updates on ESPC’s activities and projects, including articles and initiatives that address a variety of...

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

Note: this is excerpted from Summer 2020 edition of our fACTivist publication. The Edmonton Social Planning Council, in collaboration with volunteers and colleagues within the sector, strives to provide stakeholders and community members with updates on ESPC’s activities and projects, including articles and initiatives that address a variety of...

The fACTivist

The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members.

The fACTivist – Summer 2020

The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members. In this issue, we feature out statement on the...

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The fACTivist – Spring 2020

Download the fACTivist - Spring 2020 now! The fACTivist is the ESPC’s quarterly newsletter. It offers articles on a variety of pertinent social issues, as well as providing updates on Council activities and projects, and profiles of ESPC staff and board members. In...

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The fACTIVIST Fall 2019

Executive Director Update Strengthening Heritage Language Learning Among Children in Newcomer Families Social Isolation of Indigenous Seniors A Profile of Poverty in Edmonton (Updated May 2019) Living Wage Edmonton 2019 fACT Sheet Vital Topic - Greenspaces Vital Topic...

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The fACTivist January 2019

Executive Director Update What is Food Insecurity Community Economic Development in Edmonton Examining Portable Housing Benefits for Low Income Families Securing Appropriate Housing  Effective Interventions for Isolated Indigenous Seniors: Enhancing Edmonton...

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fACTivist Summer 2018

SUMMER 2018 In this issue: Feature Article: Grocery Run Cost of Mental Health and Substance Abuse in Canada Indigenous Culture & Wellness Centre ESPC Research Updates 2018 Living Wage Tracking the Trends 2018 Summary Isolation of Indigenous Seniors Research Project...

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the fACTivist – Winter 2018

The edition includes: Investing in Canadians: Thoughts on the National Housing Strategy ESPC Updates Alberta Child Poverty Report Tracking the Trends 2018 Research Update November 2017 Upcoming Events ESPC Moving Vital Topics New Staff United Way Campaign Award of...

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Susan Morrissey

Susan Morrissey

Executive Director

Jenn Rossiter

Jenn Rossiter

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Rowan El-Bialy

Rowan El-Bialy

Strategic Research Coordinator

Sydney Sheloff

Sydney Sheloff

Research Officer

Brett Lambert

Brett Lambert

Community Engagement Coordinator

Justine Basilan

Justine Basilan

Executive Assistant

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