Inside The Cover:

  1. City of Edmonton. (2015). Ending Poverty in a Generation. EndPoverty Task-force.
  2. Office of the Auditor General of Canada. (2015). Access to Health Services for Remote First Nation Communities. House of Commons Canada
  3. Noble, A. (2015). Beyond Housing First: A Holistic Response to Family Home-lessness in Canada. Raising the Roof.
  4. Johal, S., & Granofsky, T. (2015). Growing Pains: Childcare in Canada. Mowat Centre
  5. McIntruff, K., & Lockhart, C. (2015). The Best and Worst Places to be a Women in Canada 2015. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  6. Teeluck, K. (2015). The Invisible Victims: Examining the Impacts of a Minimum Residency Requirement for Social Assistance on Refugee Claimants. Citizens for Public Justice.
  7. Allan, B., & Smylie, J. (2015). First Peoples, Second Class Treatment: The Role of Racism in the health and well-being of Indigenous Peoples in Canada (Discussion Paper) (Non-Governmental Organization). Wellesley Institute.

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