Resources

  1. The Three Cities Within Toronto: Income Polarization Among Toronto’s Neighbourhoods, 1970-2005
  2. The Economic Benefits Of Improving Social Inclusion A report commissioned by SBS. Deloitte, August 2019
  3. Jane Jenson January 2019. Intersections of Pluralism and Social Cohesion. Global Centre for Pluralism.
  4. Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Matter for Nonprofits. The National Council of Nonprofits
  5. National Housing Collaborative Reflections & Analysis of a Process, United Way, through its Greater Toronto office, served as the convener and backbone organization for this initiative and supported the creation of this report.
  6. Getting Left Behind: Who Gained and Who Got Left Behind. Prepared by the Poverty and Employment Precarity in Southern Ontario (PEPSO) Research Group.  university-community joint initiative. This report is one component of a larger PEPSO research program. Other publications can be found at PEPSO.ca.
  7. Better Business Outcomes Through Workforce Security: A Business Case Framework, Close Collaboration Between KPMG and United Way Toronto & York Region. United Way. July 2017
  8. COVID-19 Interim Shelter Recovery Strategy: Advice from the Homelessness Service System. Prepared for the City Of Toronto – Social Services and Housing Authority And United Way Greater Toronto By BGM Strategy Group. 2020
  9. Closing The Prosperity Gap: Solutions for a More Liveable City Region. Toronto Region Board of Trade United Way Toronto. 2014
  10. Its More than Poverty: Employment Precarity and Household Well-being. Joint university-community initiative. The report is one component of a larger PEPSO Research. 2013program
  11. Better Life Series 2017
  12. New North Star 1 A Challenge-Driven Industrial : Strategy For Canada Public Policy Forum. 2020
  13. Ontario Made Rethinking Manufacturing in the 21st Century. The Mowat Centre, School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Toronto. 2014
  14. Armine Yalnizyan, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Research on the future of workers in a period of technological change. Her work focuses on “social and economic factors that determine our health and well-being”.
  15. Ontario Coalition Against Poverty – OCAP Statement – National Housing Day, November 22, 2020
  16. From Risk to Resilience: An Equity Approach to COVID-19” Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada Chief Public Health Officer, 2020 Report Public Health Agency of Canada.
  17. Richard Florida, Professor and head of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and a Distinguished Fellow at NYU’s School of Professional. “Toronto needs a muscular mayor” The Globe And Mail Published November 30, 2012