Research Updates

The ESPC Provides Research, Reviews, And Updates On A Range Of Social Issues

Women’s Poverty and the Recession

Report by Monica Townson, 2009. Published by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Available in the ESPC library. The recession is on everyone’s mind these days. As stimulus packages are rolled out, governments aim to develop strategies for helping vulnerable...

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Creating Vibrant Communities

Book edited by Paul Born, Tamarack Institute for Community Engagement.  BPS Books, 2008. The percentage of Canadians living on low incomes fell from 29 to 13 percent between 1961 and 1977, but has not substantially decreased in the last three decades.  At...

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