fACTivist Feature Article: Family Class Sponsored Immigrant Seniors in Canada: Income Dependency Challenges
Statement on the Impact of Systemic Racism on Income Inequality and Low-Income Households in Edmonton
The Edmonton Social Planning Council is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan social research organization, with registered charitable status. Our focus is social research, particularly in the areas of low income and poverty. ESPC is a source of knowledge and expertise on social issues within our community.
Through rigorous research, detailed analysis, and community engagement, we deepen community understanding of social planning issues, influence policy, and spark collaborative actions that lead to positive social change.
We are pleased to host our first virtual Lunch and Learn session on August 26 at 12 PM MST. Lynn Hannley and Rose-Marie McCarthy will deliver a presentation on the history of @WINHouseShelter. More info and register: bit.ly/30yGG3f #yeg #yegevents pic.twitter.com/MnW2qrmr4G
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Title: Looking Ahead: Twenty-fourth annual report of the Canadian Welfare...
ESPC Documents/GOVERNANCE/A.02.B Annual Report/1940 Annual Report of...