The Edmonton Social Planning Council’s Research Review contains summaries of the latest social research publications. We keep up on your reading so you don’t have to.

Inside this issue:

“Aboriginal Seniors’ Housing in Edmonton” reviewed by Jennifer Taylor

“Better is Always Possible: A Federal Plan to Tackle Poverty and Inequality” reviewed by Lexia Simmons

“Framing the New Inequality: The Politics of Income Redistribution in Canada” reviewed by Jamil Harvich

“Trends in Income Inequality in Canada and Elsewhere” reviewed by Emily Speur

ESPC Documents/PUBLICATIONS/A.06.C RESEARCH UPDATES/April2016ResearchUpdate.pdf

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