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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...
The ninth edition of Tracking the Trends presents many new data variables on social and economic trends and provides more detailed analysis than previous editions. It also includes an updated Social Health Index, which is a means of measuring and tracking the overall level of social health in...
(In the 2002 edition this publication is referred to as the \"Cost of Healthy Living\" edition.)
Edmonton LIFE is a collaborative, ongoing project that has established a shared definition of quality of life in Edmonton. The project provides an accessible and comprehensive report measuring health, environmental, economic and social indicators.
Tracking the trends: future directions for human services in Edmonton. Special feature on families with children.Download
This second edition includes a focus on the social trends and service implications for families with children.