This annotated bibliography provides information on research studies conducted or led by Alberta researchers in these research priority areas between the years of 2010-2014. It builds upon the Homelessness-Related Research Capacities in Alberta: A Comprehensive Environmental Scan 1990-2010 Final Report completed by Dr. Katherine Kovacs-Burns and Dr. Solina Richter, a foundational document for the Housing and Homelessness Research Strategy for Alberta. A published synthesis1 of this document is available in the Canadian Journal of Urban Research.
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