Infographics researched and created by the LPRC @ King's for public use and information.
SoHo VP breaks ranks on apartment towers
17 goals to transform our world.
Who gained and who didn't in an improving labour market.
Changing the Conversation: Stigma in the word "Homelessness"
Tricar snaps up vacant Old East lot for non-profit that plans affordable housing
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 Affordable Housing Innovation Fund will be instrumental in creating the next generation of housing in Canada.
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.
The LPRC was pleased to be a part of the 2018 Mid-Sized Cities Researcher + Practitioner Roundtable, organized by Evergreen on May 16.
Check out the interview of the LPRC's Coordinator Michael Courey as he talks about poverty reduction and our cotenant space at Innovation Works.
The London Poverty Research Centre supports the proposed Supervised Consumption Facilities in London, Ontario.
Infographics prepared by the LPRC at King's on Precarious Work in Young Adults.
Think global, act local - think local, act global.
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.
Highlights from the conversation.
Overview of LPRC Conference on The Future of Work.
A lot has been said, written, sung, painted and even preached on the subjects of poverty, mental illness, addictions and homelessness in London during the past few years.
As we continue the conversation around minimum wage in Ontario, finding solutions that go deeper than surface level is challenging.
This month, the Ontario government announced that the province’s minimum wage will be raised to $15 per hour by 2019.