Canadian Review of Social Policy / Revue Canadienne De Politique Sociale
Editorial by Wendy McKeen.
Motherhood and Unemployment: Intersectional Experiences from Canada, by Dr. Leslie J. Nichols
Limited and Limiting Conversations about the Poor: Elizabethan Prescriptions to Poverty in the Canadian Press, by Dr. Robert Harding, University of the Fraser Valley
L’engagement politique et militant de la Coalition pour l’équité salariale : analyse de la lutte de reconnaissance des emplois de proximité occupés par les femmes au Nouveau-Brunswick, par Lise Savoie et Dr. Marie-Andrée Pelland, Universite de Moncton
The case of Ashley Smith: Policy window or policy failure? Dr. Dawn Onishenko and Julie Erbland, Ryerson University
Housing and Stress: Examining the physical and mental health differences between homeless and formerly homeless individuals, by Kristen A Desjarlais-deKlerk
For Professional Educators, What Is ‘Meaningful Collaboration’? by Dr. J.C. Blokhuis, University of Waterloo.
A book review by Dr. Tobin LeBlanc Haley: “Disability, Right Monitoring, and Social Change: Building Power Out of Evidence" (2015) Edited by Marcia H. Rioux, Paula C. Pinto and Gillian Parekh. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press
A book review by Nicole Leach: "Purchase for Profit: Public-private partnerships and Canada's health care system" (2015) by Heather Whiteside, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.