Today, the Government of Canada launched its Dimensions of Poverty Hub, an online platform introducing statistics on the realities of poverty in Canada for the millions of people experiencing it.
Our climate crisis can no longer be on the backburner of people’s minds.
MEDIA ADVISORY Exclusive Ottawa screening of PUSH: a documentary about the global housing crisis
June 3, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, a coalition of civil society organizations is calling on all governments in Canada to end deeply embedded racism, sexism, and violence against Indigenous women and girls following the release of the National Inquiry’s…
It’s important that legislation for the new federal Poverty Reduction Strategy passes before the coming federal election so that ending poverty remains a priority in Canada no matter who gets elected.
We want to know: is there an influential woman in your life you’d like to celebrate?
New Legislation on Poverty and Housing Takes Big Steps but Misses the Mark on Human Rights April 9, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA – Yesterday afternoon, the Government of Canada tabled the Budget Implementation Act (Bill C-97), which features legislation…
This morning, the Broadbent Institute honoured Canada Without Poverty (CWP) and Leilani Farha, CWP’s Executive Director, with the 2018 Jack Layton Progress Prize.
One thing is for sure, the federal government got it right in Budget 2019 when it said that reliable internet access is “no longer a luxury – but a necessity”.
Federal Budget commits to National Pharmacare Plan but shifts away from housing for the most marginalized
Canada has opportunity to show human rights leadership with National Housing Strategy
Groups do not support extension of time or additional funding for National Inquiry Into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls until conditions are met