Love thy neighbour as thyself, but keep thy food to thyself?
OTTAWA – Ottawa should funnel predicted multi-billion-dollar budget surpluses into helping Canadians who are struggling to make ends meet, an anti-poverty coalition said in a report released Tuesday.
OTTAWA – The number of Canadians using food banks has fallen off slightly but still remains near record highs almost four years after the end of the economic recession.
TORONTO – Dealing with poverty takes up so much mental energy that the poor have less brain power for making decisions and taking steps to overcome their financial difficulties, a…
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His way of forcing the reader to see and smell the squalor of 19th century England is still unmatched in its moral force
Paul Dewar talks to the Tyee.
Poverty is best fought by making sure people get the money and support they need, he said. He suggests taking all the benefits that …
The country seems well, but corruption is rampant