The fACTivist Is ESPC’s Quarterly Newsletter.
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 newsletter archives also include information on First Reading, the social issues magazine published by the ESPC between 1990 and 1998.
This edition of the fACTivist discusses the impact winter weather has on persons with low income. Topics covered include public transit, shelter availability, and access to food. ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_2013_Fall.pdf
This issue of The fACTivist focuses on municipal politics and civic engagement, just in time for Edmonton's municipal election in October 2013. ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_2013_Summer.pdf
The Spring 2013 fACTivist discusses the state of education in Alberta in light of recent budget cuts by the provincial government. ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_Spring_2013.pdf
This edition explores issues surrounding at-risk youth in Edmonton, Alberta, and Canada. ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_Winter_2013.pdf
This edition of the fACTivist looks at issues of taxation, budget cuts, and how these measures affect government action and the delivery of social programs. As a corollary, we consider the role of government amidst a climate of fiscal austerity. ESPC...