Tuesday, Mar 26 2019
Blog/News

Blog/News

As jobs become meaningless, society unravels

As jobs become meaningless, society unravels

Is there any real solution to London’s ongoing job crisis? It’s a question we’ve been asking for more than a decade, like many other Canadian cities. And the longer we wait for answers, the more data becomes available reminding us just how serious the situation is becoming.

Don't Turn Back Progress: City Council rolling back min wage

Don't Turn Back Progress: City Council rolling back min wage

Don't Turn Back Progress: LPRC's Response to the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee’s decision to reverse city’s minimum wage increase on January 24th, 2019

Why Do Rich Nations Have So Much Poverty?

Why Do Rich Nations Have So Much Poverty?

Given capitalism’s track record of generating more wealth in the last century than all the rest of history put together, why, then, do the richest nations continue to have poor people, poor families, and an overall growth in poverty rates?

Creative Cities and Inequality: The conversion of Richard Florida to critical urbanism?

Creative Cities and Inequality: The conversion of Richard Florida to critical urbanism?

Florida’s conversion toward critical urbanism is important as an indication that economic justice is coming front and centre to urban policy and community organizing within cities.

Exploring Solutions to Precarious Employment

Exploring Solutions to Precarious Employment

The LPRC @ King's is hosting an Solutions Event, final event in a 3-Part series on Precarious Employment

Pearson: Years of compromise scuttled by chopping basic income pilot

Pearson: Years of compromise scuttled by chopping basic income pilot

LPRC's board member Glen Pearson's latest London Free Press article on the tragic cancellation of the Basic Income Guarantee.

Angus Reid Institute: What does poverty look like in Canada

Angus Reid Institute: What does poverty look like in Canada

Angus Reid Institute has launched a two-part study that examines the state of poverty in Canada by looking at lived experiences, rather than income.

Save the Date! 2018 People's Forum on Mental Health & Mental Illness: Dealing with the Elephant in the Room

Save the Date! 2018 People's Forum on Mental Health & Mental Illness: Dealing with the Elephant in the Room

The London Poverty Research Centre at King's University College is pleased to be a part of the 2018 People's Forum on Mental Health and Mental Illness.

PEPSO Conference Recap

PEPSO Conference Recap

On June 19th, LPRC had a chance to attend and be a part of a panel discussions during PEPSO's symposium on Working Precariously: Causes and Consequences.

New Stats for Poverty in London

New Stats for Poverty in London

Infographics researched and created by the LPRC @ King's for public use and information.

Extended Heat Warning and London's Vulnerable Population

Extended Heat Warning and London's Vulnerable Population

Continued Hot and Hazy Weather Extends Region’s Current Extended Heat Warning

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals

17 goals to transform our world.

A Developing Dispute in SoHo

A Developing Dispute in SoHo

SoHo VP breaks ranks on apartment towers

Homelessness: What's in a Word?

Homelessness: What's in a Word?

Changing the Conversation: Stigma in the word "Homelessness"

Getting Left Behind

Getting Left Behind

Who gained and who didn't in an improving labour market.

An Innovative Partnership for London

An Innovative Partnership for London

Tricar snaps up vacant Old East lot for non-profit that plans affordable housing

If Canada wants to help the poor, it needs a new way to measure poverty

If Canada wants to help the poor, it needs a new way to measure poverty

It’s time the federal government established an official poverty line – a dollar amount of income below which a person or family would be deemed to be “poor.”

The Next Generation of Housing in Canada

The Next Generation of Housing in Canada

The Affordable Housing Innovation Fund will be instrumental in creating the next generation of housing in Canada. 

The Time For Tinkering Is Over

The Time For Tinkering Is Over

The reality is that neither the Left, the Right, nor the Centre presently has the solutions that can tackle our deepest challenges and we’d best come to terms with it.