Living and Working Without Status in Alberta
This report examines the lives of undocumented migrant workers living in Alberta. It discusses the results of a research study of 32 undocumented workers, outlines the circumstances that led to their loss of status, describes their work and living conditions, and explores their reasons for staying and their hopes for the future.
More Production, Less Capital, Fewer Jobs
A Just Transition?
How Its Size and Compensation Compare to Other Jurisdictions
Reproductive Health and Services in Southern Alberta
A Balanced Look at Alberta's Finances
The Role of Immigration, Migration, and Developing Existing Human Capital
Health Care Under NDP Governments
This report analyzes and compares the record of recent NDP governments on health care in five provinces: Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia, and examines briefly the health care policies of the Alberta NDP government since 2015, highlighting points of intersection—and contrast—with the five provinces examined.