This brochure prepared by the Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness suggests some questions to ask candidates about the housing crisis.
This conference is sponsored by the Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness. They are bringing in Michael Shapcott who is a passionate and knowledgeable advocate for this issue in Toronto. Registration will open April 15 and is limited to 100 participants.
This document produced by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives suggests ways to deliver people out of poverty; deliver substantially improved services for all Canadians; and deliver a stronger economy. AFB2015_MainDocument
This information brochure has been put together by the Social Justice Ministry at All Saints’ Cathedral. Poverty & Homelessness in Edmonton
A collaboration between Citizens for Public Justice and Canada Without Poverty.
On Thursday, February 12, Bishop Jane Alexander spoke at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations’ (ECVO) Luncheon Series on the work of the End Poverty Edmonton Task Force she co-chairs with Mayor Don Iveson. The presentation was well received by the executive directors, and on Twitter Bishop Jane thanked the ECVO members for the “great conversations” […]