Finding Solutions For Low Income Working Households.

Executive Summary

Economy on a Roll

Edmonton’s economy has experienced economic and job growth significantly above the national average

since the mid-1990s.

Edmonton’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita was on par with the national average until the

early 1990s. Since then, it has grown more rapidly than the national average to reach about the midpoint

between Canadian and Alberta GDP per capita.

ESPC Documents/PUBLICATIONS/Standing Still in a Booming Economy_Working Poor Report.pdf

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