Research Updates

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

Research Update – January 2019

INSIDE THIS UPDATE OECD Policy Brief on Child Well-Being Reviewed By: Sara Boulos - 1 2018 Annual Report on Immigration Reviewed by Michelle Sorenson - 3 Intergenerational Homeownership Reviewed by Nav Tehera - 5 Born to Win: Wealth Concentration in Canada Reviewed by...

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Research Update – October 2018

EndPovertyEdmonton Year One Progress Report Reviewed By: Yasmin Hussein .....1 Alberta Minimum Wage Profile Reviewed by Ryan Dexter .....3 Impacts of Significant Minimum Wage Increase Reviewed by Aksyha Boopalan.....5 Child Welfare and Youth Homelessness in Canada...

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June 2018 Research Update

Inside this Update Thriving in the City Reviewed By: Deborah Hicks PBO Review of Basic Income Reviewed by Debyani Sarker Building Bridges Reviewed by Bethany Long Inclusionary Zoning Reviewed by Navroop Tehera Youth Homelessness Prevention Synopsis by Connor Walsh...

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Research Update – November 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS CHILDREN LIVING IN LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS, 2016 CENSUS IN BRIEF, STATISTICS CANADA (SEPTEMBER 13, 2017)  EDMONTON COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH ACTION PLAN EDMONTON SUICIDE PREVENTION STRATEGY 2016-2021, EDMONTON SUICIDE PREVENTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE ESPC...

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Research Update – July 2017

Click to download the Research Update - July 2017 INSIDE THIS UPDATE Immigration and Diversity: Population Projections for Canada and its Regions, 2011 to 2036 Reviewed By: Zahro Hassan - 1 Domestic Violence and Housing Forum 2016 Reviewed by Janine Isaac  -...

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