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The Edmonton Social Research Directory was created to provide information about libraries, archives, and other information centres of use to social researchers. This year's edition of the directory contains information about 31 information centres in the Edmonton area.
Hill, Nicole, Harkness, Michelle, Fan, Catherine, Lamouche, Alyssa, Stevenson, Anne, Rudge, Chris, Paranaque, Darlene, Orton, Hayley, Atkey, Kayla, Scratch, Dan, Klimo, Natty, Anderson, Carling, Read, Leah, Morrissey, Susan
This edition explores issues surrounding at-risk youth in Edmonton, Alberta, and Canada.
This document contains statistics on changes in the cost of essential core items between 2010 and 2013 compared to the overall rate of inflation. Edmonton data is used when available. When data is unavailable for either metro Edmonton or the City of Edmonton, Alberta data is used.
Vital Signs- A Report on Food Security in Edmonton contains statistics on a variety of topics related to local food security and the health of Edmontonians. Topics dicussed in this report include the cost of nutritious food, food bank use, diabetes and youth obesity, soil quality, local farming...
Tracking the Trends is the ESPC's flagship publication that offers a comprehensive collection of current and historical demographic and socio-economic data focused on the Edmonton region. The 2013 edition of this report contains statistics on education and employment, the cost of living and...
The Edmonton Social Planning Council began publishing the Social Research Directory in the 1980s. This guide was created to provide information about library collections of interest to social researchers in our community. While the ESPC hoped to update the Directory biannually, publication halted...
The Edmonton Social Planning Council, for the past 70 years, has been a voice for reducing poverty and raising social inclusiveness in Edmonton. This year, we are recommending that council review its existing transit fare structures, which are targeted to particular groups (seniors, AISH,...
The Edmonton Social Planning Council began publishing the Social Research Directory in the 1980s. This guide was created to provide information about library collections of use to social researchers. While the ESPC hoped to update the Directory biannually, publication halted in 1989. We believe...
A legacy of committment to community: the Edmonton Social Planning Council after fifty: 1990-2010: An addendum to Wealth of Voices written on the occasion of the Edmonton Social Planning Council’s 70 th AnniversaryDownload
A Legacy of Commitment to Community serves as an addendum to Wealth of Voices, the book written by Marsha Mildon and published in 1990 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC). This historical overview is based on research from the ESPC archives, a...
The Edmonton Social Planning Council’s flagship publication Tracking the Trends contains the latest data of all the important social and economic trends affecting Edmonton. These trends are in the areas of education, employment, cost of living & housing, income, poverty, and government income...