Homelessness partnering strategy: Em12-17/1-2016E-PDF

2005-2014 highlights of the national shelter study.

"The National Shelter Study 2005–2014: Emergency Shelter Use in Canada, to be published in fall 2016, is the second national analysis using emergency shelter data collected over an extended period of time to establish a baseline count and description of the characteristics of the homeless population using shelters in Canada. The first national shelter study covered the period from 2005 to 2009. The current update of the original study extends the findings to 2014. Starting in 2014, statistics on the Indigenous identity, citizenship and military service of shelter users are available for the first time"-Introduction.

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Department/Agency Employment and Social Development Canada.
Title Homelessness partnering strategy
Subtitle 2005-2014 highlights of the national shelter study.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Stratégie des partenariats de lutte contre l’itinérance : 2005-2014 faits saillants de l’étude nationale sur les refuges.
Date c2016.
Number of Pages 14 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-05948-8
Catalogue Number
  • Em12-17/1-2016E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number SSD-097B-08-16E
Subject Terms Homelessness