Poverty & Homelessness

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EndPovertyEdmonton Moving Forward with Five-Year Road Map

Edmonton City Council has approved funding to advance the EndPovertyEdmonton plan to break the cycle of poverty for 10,000 people in 5 years – the first step along the journey to ending poverty in Edmonton in a generation.

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EndPoverty Edmonton – Count Yourself In

“Ending poverty benefits us all, and we’re embarking on a city-wide conversation about it. There is no one simple solution, and finding solutions takes the entire community. We invite you to raise your voice, share your opinions and be part of this conversation.” – End Poverty Edmonton

Why Housing Matters in the Federal Election

Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (ECOHH) has produced a series of videos highlighting the importance of affordable housing to various households. Why Housing Matters for Youth Why Housing Matters for Seniors Why Housing Matters for Families  

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EndPoverty Edmonton Strategy Presented to City Council

On Tuesday morning, September 22, 2015, Bishop Jane Alexander presented End Poverty in a Generation, the strategy of the EndPoverty Edmonton initiative, to Edmonton City Council before a standing-room-only crowd. This event culminated a year of work by the task force co-chaired by Mayor Don Iveson and Bishop Jane. Bishop Jane and other members of […]

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