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Learn more about the possibilities OF the Canada Learning Bond to increase educational outcomes and reduce poverty. SmartSAVER's Joe March and Momentum's Lora Pesant will be discussing how communities across Canada are helping families make the most of this $2,000 bond, with a particular look at the Calgary experience. Join us!
Join together with neighbourhood leaders, community builders, civic leaders, academics, municipal leaders, and other passionate learners to explore ideas that will accelerate the communities agenda.
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The WPRC was established in 2008 based on the understanding that no single group or organization can successfully address poverty on its own. For this reason, the WPRC has engaged senior leaders from all sectors in a comprehensive, sustained effort. Membership of the WPRC comes from business, education, non-profit, labour, and all three levels of government.
Early in its formation, the WPRC created an aspiration statement that clearly defines its objective – A City Where Everyone Belongs.
Our volunteers have determined a Framework for Action with 7 strategic directions to...
To develop, oversee, coordinate and implement strategic initiatives and plans to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self-sufficient.
Élaborer, superviser, coordonner et instaurer des initiatives et des plans stratégiques pour réduire la pauvreté et aider des milliers de Néo Brunswickois à devenir plus autonomes.