Over at the web site of the Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF), I’m co-author of a blog post about CHF’s new System Planning Frameworks. These frameworks discuss the different programs funded by CHF.
Points made in the blog post include the following:
-CHF disburses approximately $42 million a year to programs for persons experiencing homelessness in Calgary.
-Approximately $37 million of this amount comes from Alberta’s provincial government; most of the rest comes from the federal government.
-While $42 million sounds like a lot of money, it’s insufficient to meet the scale of the problem.
The full post is available here.
- A Review of the 2017 Alberta Budget (April 2nd, 2017)
- The Alternative Federal Budget 2017 (March 20th, 2017)
- Foundations for an Alberta Alternative Budget (March 15th, 2017)
- Alberta Alternative Budget 2017 (March 14th, 2017)
- Public Policy and Homelessness: The Case of Calgary (February 22nd, 2017)