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Sustainable and inclusive communities creating their own social, economic and environmental futures.

Community Social Planning Council

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Living Wage 2012

BC has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. With a very high cost of living (particularly housing costs), far too many British Columbians find it difficult to make ends meet. The number of households facing an affordability challenge in the Capital Region continues to rise.

Quality Matters - Victoria

To support successful programming for youth, the Horner Foundation has partnered with the Community Council and the Weikart Centre for Youth Program Quality on a Youth Program Quality Initiative.

Growing Prosperity in the Capital Regoin

Looking for trends: an examination of 2006 and 1996 Census data

Community Action Plan on Poverty

Capital Region Community Action Plan on Poverty – A Strategy to Improve the Health & Wellbeing of All Residents in BC’s Capital Region

Capital Region Social Outlook 2011

This report uses a variety of different sources to examine five elements of what it takes for individuals and families to meet their basic needs: participation in the labour market and employment, income, poverty, housing and food security.