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 […]
On September 18, Mayor Don Iveson and Bishop Jane Alexander, co-chairs of the End Poverty Edmonton Task Force, released a bold strategy to eliminate poverty in a generation.
The Social Justice Ministry of All Saints’ Cathedral has produced a series of weekly bulletin inserts to educate congregation members about the issue of homelessness. Please feel free to use these in your own church bulletin.
The Anglican Church of Canada and Citizens for Public Justice have produced resources to help Christians exercise their responsibility to cast an informed vote in the 2015 federal election on October 19.
An important aspect of the issue of poverty in Edmonton is the situation of Temporary Foreign Workers. Click here for information on the case of Vicky Venancio, a member of our Filipino congregation, who is facing deportation after being crippled in a car accident.