Resource Type: Prezi | Author: Katelin Dwyer
A prezi about poverty in Canada
Resource Type: Case Study | Author: Don Lenihan
Resource Type: Publication | Author: Citizens for Public Justice
Poverty in Canada is not getting better. Citizens for Public Justice released a report card highlighting current trends.
Resource: Publication | Authors: Doug Hagar & Sophia Papastavrou
Report identifies costs of the consequences of poverty in Niagara.
Resource Type: Podcast | Speaker: Senator Art Eggleton
In this podcast, Senator Art Eggleton shares what a future of prosperity might look like in Canada. He firmly believes that the success of Canada's economy depends on its people and achieving equality amongst all residents. Reducing income inequality is key to prosperity.
Resource: Report | Author: Natalie Mehra for Ontario Common Front
Falling Behind looks into Ontario's backslide into widening inequality, growing poverty and cuts to social programs.
Resource: Audio Seminar
Current statistics indicate that 374,000 families and 477,000 individuals that are full time wage earners are poor in Canada. The Living Wage Learning Initiative identifies and encourages communities to use community-based strategies to increase incomes of low-income residents.
Learn more about the work of the Gender and Poverty Project and its approach for building community capacity to engage in gender-related analysis, strategies and action at the local and national levels.
Resource: Audio Seminar | Speark: Neil Bradford
In this podcast, Liz Weaver interviews Dr. Neil Bradford about the role of government in addressing the complex issue of urban poverty. Dr. Bradford teaches Political Science at Huron University College, University of Western Ontario. This is the final call in the Canada’s Cities Reducing Poverty series.
Resource: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Eric Leviten-Reid
This three-part podcast series explores ways of thinking about and impacting poverty and poverty-reduction.
Resource: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Lisbeth Schorr
This podcast explores the process of successfully replicating community initiatives with Lisbeth (Lee) Schorr. Lee draws on 30 years of experience in focusing on "what works" in social policies and programs to improve outcomes for disadvantaged children and families.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speakers: Betsy Martin and Carolyn Milne
In this 2-part podcast Paul Born interviews Betsy Martin, Senior Advisor Program Consultant with Community Foundations of Canada and then Carolyn Milne of the Hamilton Community Foundation to explore how funders can use their resources to address the underlying causes of complex social issues.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Eric Theroux
quebec, provincial poverty reduction plans, poverty reduction
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Garry Loewen and Mark Cabaj
This seminar explores Garry Loewen’s resource, A Compendium of Poverty Reduction Strategies and Frameworks. The resource contains 147 strategies that groups have used to try to reduce poverty, and describes frameworks and processes that groups use to help them move toward greater levels of comprehensiveness.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speakers: Catherine Laurier and Marian Mlakar
In this podcast, Mark Cabaj speaks with Catherine Laurier and Marian Mlakar about Ontario’s poverty reduction strategy, and the guiding principles underpinning it.