Housing Issues

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ESPC works with our many partners including the Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness to advocate for individuals and families living in low income including addressing rental housing subsidy rates and the long waitlist for affordable housing.

2012 CHF Winter 2012

Title:Point-in-time count report: Winter 2012. Corporate Author: Calgary Homeless Foundation Subject:Housing - temporary, emergency, homelessness Publisher:Calgary Homeless Foundation Place of Publication:Calgary Date of Publication:2012 Abstract: On January 18, 2012,...

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2012 Housing First Report

Title:Housing first: where's the evidence? Author(s):Waegemakers Schiff, Jeannette|split|Rook, John Corporate Author: University of Calgary Faculty of Social Work Subject:Housing - planning, policy|split|Housing - studies, surveys|split|Housing - temporary, emergency,...

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