Social Science, Human Services
Dying to be Seen
The Race to Save Medicare in Canada by Cathy MacNeil
Canada’s public health care system is under attack. Defunding, deregulating, defrauding, and deliberate disintegration have manipulated Canadians into despising their once-beloved system as unsustainable, unfixable, and cost-prohibitive. There is a ...
The Book on Ending Homelessness
by Iain De Jong
The Book on Ending Homelessness provides insights for those in the industry, elected officials, policy makers, funders, public servants and the general public on the best ways to move from managing homelessness to ending homelessness. While ending ...
By Us! For Us!
Activism in Jane-Finch A Working Class Community by Wanda MacNevin
By Us! For Us! counters the mainstream narrative about the community of Jane-Finch in Toronto. It is a story of courage, advocacy, belonging, and grassroots activism confronting neglect and unacceptable political and bureaucratic decisions that ...
Smoke and Mirrors
The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector by Sarah Delicate and Angela Hoyt
Smoke and Mirrors, The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector pulls back the curtain on the dark side of outcome based, government funded employment services. Despite the billions of tax dollars invested, the sector itself has become a ...
In Harm's Way: Professional Heath Care Workers at Risk
A critical argument for organizational change by Dr. Denise E. Hall
In 2014 CBC television and radio investigated the treatment of staff at a high-risk adolescent treatment/corrections centre in British Columbia, Canada. This is a government run facility that put their staff in "Harms Way". WorkSafeBC (The Workers ...
Community Engagement in a Changing Social Landscape
by Winston Tinglin and Donna Joyette
Community Engagement in a Changing Social Landscape reaches deep into the authors’ extensive experience as both observers and practitioners of community engagement. It is further enriched by insights drawn from the diverse experiences of ...