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Living in the Gap

A series of infographics showing how people struggle to make ends meet ... Read More
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Dignity for All applauds launch of National Housing Strategy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ottawa, ON: November 22, 2017 – To mark National Housing Day, the federal government unveiled the details ... Read More
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Thousands Across Canada Call for an End to Poverty

Volunteers call for forthcoming national Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy to be based in human rights and fully funded in Budget ... Read More
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We Can End, Not Just Reduce, Poverty in Canada

On September 28, 2017, the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Jean-Yves Duclos hosted the National Poverty Conference in ... Read More
Take Action on Poverty This October 17th!

Take Action on Poverty This October 17th!

This week we have a video blog from ChewOnThis! organizer Adam Vasey with the Downtown Mission of Windsor on how ... Read More
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Chew On This! Food for thought on poverty

Canada has a poverty problem. 4.9 million people across Canada currently live in poverty, 1.3 million of whom are children ... Read More
Chew on This! Calls for Action after Poverty Consultations

Chew on This! Calls for Action after Poverty Consultations

As the Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy (CPRS) consultations came to a close last Friday, the work and energy for a ... Read More
DfA Submission for CPRS Consultation

DfA Submission for CPRS Consultation

The Dignity for All campaign has been very involved in the consultation process for the upcoming Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy ... Read More
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New resources available for the CPRS consultations!

Dignity for All has developed a series of one-pagers to help support and inform participation in the Canadian Poverty Reduction ... Read More
Un- and Under-employed: the “New Normal” of Precarious Work

Un- and Under-employed: the “New Normal” of Precarious Work

Last year, Finance Minister Bill Morneau declared that multiple career changes and “job churn” was the new reality that Canadians ... Read More
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