Stapleton, J., Tuan, Y. (January 2022) Ontario’s Social Assistance and Employment Transformation Plan for Toronto -Open Policy for Defend Disability
Stapleton, J., Yuan, Y. (2021) The welfare diet updated 2021– Spreadsheet – Open Policy
Stapleton, J. and Yuan, Y. (2021) Moving Out of the Eye of the Pandemic Storm – Presentation
Stapleton, J. and Yuan, Y. (2021) Finding Unusual Suspects – Presentation
Stapleton, J. (2021) The Working Poor in Canada PEF CEA – Presentation
Stapleton, J.(2020) Christmas letter to Minister Qualtrough – Open Letter
Stapleton, J. (2020) Negative entitlement – Open Policy for the Social Assistance Coalition of Scarborough
Stapleton, J. and Tweddle, A. (2020) Disability Income in Canada – Open Policy
Stapleton, J. (2020). Scarborough Rotary – Scarborough the CERB and poverty
Stapleton, J. (2020). The Poverty Pool Dilemma – Explaining poverty to kids
Stapleton, J. (2019). Scarborough Profile: Understanding and explaining poverty in Scarborough.
Stapleton, J. (2018). The East Steeles Nexus of Poverty. (A draft in progress)
Stapleton, J. (2017). The Poor and Working Poor in the Toronto CMA and Scarborough – with grateful thanks to J. David Hulchanski and Richard Maaranen.
Stapleton, J. (2017). Hamilton basic income presentation.
Stapleton, J. (2017). The Cost of Poverty in Toronto: A Fork in the Road and a Better Way to Save 2.6%.
Stapleton, J. (2016). What attracts low income consumers to bad financial advice?
Stapleton, J. (2016). A ‘Basic Income’ & Canada’s Income Security System.
Stapleton, J. (2016). Ontario Unemployment and Social Assistance Rates, 1981 Monthly to November 2015.
Stapleton, J. (2016). Social Assistance Rates and Minimum Wage, Single Person, 1967 to 2014 (1).
Stapleton, J. (2015). Revised Poverty and Social Assistance at the Crossroads, 2015 – updated presentation on a variety of poverty-related issues.
Stapleton, J. and Clarke-Darshanand, J. (2015). Scarborough Wants In! Advocacy supporting Scarborough inclusion in official tourism promotion in Toronto.
Stapleton, J. (2015). The Hazards Facing Low Income People When Navigating the Financial World. ABLE conference, November 2015; ONPHA conference, October 2015.
Stapleton, J. (2015). The Rules that Hold Us Back: Rent Geared to Income or Rent Geared to Funding. ONPHA conference, October 19, 2013, (Updated July 20, 2015).
Murphy, B., Xing, Y., Olson, E. (2014). Toronto Working Poor 2005-2010. June 26, 2014.
Stapleton, J. (2014). Poverty at the Crossroads. Vibrant Communities, March 27, 2014.
Stapleton, J. (2013). From Disability to Welfare. May, 2013.
Stapleton, J. (2012). A Difficult Puzzle: Why the 30’s look like the 60’s and the 80’s like now.
Stapleton, J. (2012). Working Poverty in the Toronto Region: Re-imagining Our Cities.
Stapleton, J. (2011). No Mystery: How the Liberals Won an Election with a Colour Palette.
Stapleton, J. (2011). Poverty at the Crossroads.
Stapleton, J. (2009). Toronto Housing Network Forum.
Stapleton, J. (2008). Presentation to Queen’s Policy Conference: Story of Ali. The New Poverty Agenda: Reshaping policies in the 21st century.
Stapleton, J. (2008). Presentation to Queen’s Policy Conference: High marginal effective tax rates, intersecting rules and how they affect low income adults. The New Poverty Agenda: Reshaping policies in the 21st century. (PPT)
Stapleton, J. (2007). Social services in Ontario.
Stapleton, J. (2007). Why is it so tough to get ahead?: How our tangled social programs pathologize the transition to self-reliance. The Metcalf Foundation.
Stapleton, J. (2007). Developing and analyzing policy options. The Maytree Foundation, April 30.
Stapleton, J. (2007). A history of First Nations social services arrangements within MCSS and its predecessors. June 26-27.
Stapleton, J. (2007). The Ontario child benefit (OCB): Now what? Commentary presentation.
Stapleton, J. (2006). Evaluating social programs. The Maytree-Wellesley Public Policy Training Institute, April 6-7.
Stapleton, J. (2006). So you want to do an evaluation? The Maytree-Wellesley Public Policy Training Institute, April 7.
Stapleton, J. (2003). Making a case to the public. Presentation to OISE.