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We spoke to Karen Lai and Marie-Eve Dubé, two individuals with lived experience of income insecurity, about participating in the 2018 ABLE Financial Empowerment Conference.
Can community councils, the underfed underdogs of municipal government, save the City of Toronto? In the current crisis facing the City, it is worth considering.
The Ontario government should break the mould in welfare reform: instead of making social assistance conditional upon efforts to get work, conditions should be removed altogether.
Despite recent increases in child benefits, the poverty rate among lone-parent families is more than double the Canadian average.
We need to create a new governance system that enables Toronto to truly govern itself, act on its strengths and address its many problems and challenges.
The four key features of the national poverty reduction strategy, and what to look out for as it is implemented.

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