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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel
We are a 54-year-old non-profit charitable organization that conducts research and provides services to improve quality of life across all groups.
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Sep 14
The is sharing its 7th summary of (COVID-19) with a focus on and .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Aug 19
The is sharing its 6th summary of (COVID-19) statistics with a focus on .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jul 30
The is sharing its 5th summary of with a focus on and .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jul 12
The is sharing its 4th summary of statistics with a focus on .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jul 9
The is sharing a handout to help Peel use the and access .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jul 4
The is sharing its 3rd summary of statistics with a focus on .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jun 27
The is sharing its 2nd summary of statistics with a focus on .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jun 22
The is sharing its 1st summary of statistics with a focus on .
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jun 15
The major- income trend shown in our May 31st tweet was confirmed with more data. A higher % of engineering, health or business was linked to a greater family in middle-high income areas but not in very low-low income areas.
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jun 2
Replying to @spcpeel1
CEMFOR = Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (in Sweden)
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Jun 1
Anti-Black refers to the violence, dehumanization, theft and exploitation that characterize White people's treatment of African or people and continue to permeate institutional attitudes, and processes (Source: CEMFOR, 2018).
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel May 31
Based on data from 13 municipalities, a larger percentage of the labour force with a in engineering, health or business was related to a greater in middle and high income areas but not in low income areas (see our May 23rd tweet).
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel May 23
Expanding the comparison of with respect to after-tax , the observed was that family income, on average, increased in relatively low and high income areas. Nevertheless, family income, on average, decreased in middle income areas.
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel May 18
In a comparison of 7 municipalities that controlled for inflation, increased the most in Hamilton and (relatively low income areas) while decreasing the most in Richmond Hill (a relatively middle income area) (Source: Statistics Canada & Bank of Canada).
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Apr 3
The 's 2nd Inclusion Seminar, originally scheduled for Friday, May 8th, will be postponed to a later date. We will provide an update when the new details are confirmed. Thank you for your interest!
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Mar 13
In the 's March 13th skill development workshop, learned how to prepare a targeted resume! Thank you to the youth, the Toronto-Calcutta Foundation and the facilitator, Kelly, for making the workshop an exceptional group experience.
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel Mar 2
On May 8th, the will deliver its 2nd Seminar at Mississauga Valley Centre (Program Room 3, 10:00 am to 12:05 pm)! The focus of this skill-building seminar is inclusive and collaborative services. E-mail cmcleish@spcpeel.com to register.
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel 20 Oct 19
Portraits of Peel Online Database Launch with MPP Anand: Quality of Life Statistics for Ontario Federal Electoral Districts
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel 20 Oct 19
Oct. 9th Portraits of Peel Online Database Launch with MPP Deepak Anand: A Statistical Description of Federal Electoral Districts in Ontario and Their Economic Characteristics
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Social Planning Council (SPC) of Peel 19 Oct 19
The 's Oct. 19th workshop introduced youth to the classification of jobs and industries as well as wage and other labour market data! The attendees also received their certificates of completion. Thank you to the , Dr. Al Mardini and Sacha Ally for a great session.
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