Saturday, Jun 23 2018
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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.”

Spotlight on the LPRC

Spotlight on the LPRC

Check out the interview of the LPRC's Coordinator Michael Courey as he talks about poverty reduction and our cotenant space at Innovation Works.

CAMH Campaign - Mental Health is Health

CAMH Campaign - Mental Health is Health

1 in 5 Canadians Experience Mental Illness in Any Given Year. We All Know Someone.

The National Housing Strategy partnership will help to build and maintain various kinds of affordable housing in Ontario

The National Housing Strategy partnership will help to build and maintain various kinds of affordable housing in Ontario

Statement on the National Housing Strategy Bilateral Agreement

100In1Day London

100In1Day London

What would it take to turn London into a city of neighbours?

2018 Provincial Election

2018 Provincial Election

Key information on important issues the LPRC are following as the provincial election on June 7, 2018 draws closer.

Mid-Sized Cities Event Series

Mid-Sized Cities Event Series

May 15 - 16 for a series of free events from walking tours, to a public event to a research & practitioner table about the change happening in Canada’s cities, especially our mid-sized ones.

Local Employment Planning Council looking for community participation on workforce survey

Local Employment Planning Council looking for community participation on workforce survey

Our local economy is changing. Though there are signs that things are improving in the London/Middlesex/Oxford/Elgin region, it looks like a surprising number of people who are 25 – 54 years of age are not working or looking for work.