2016 Poverty Progress Profiles
This December, CWP is pleased to announce the release of our 2016 Poverty Progress Profiles!
All levels of government are responsible for ensuring that people in Canada have access to an adequate standard of living. Along with our local partners who are working hard to eliminate poverty in their regions, we think it’s important that provinces and territories are kept accountable for their human rights obligations.
CWP’s Poverty Progress Profiles provide a comprehensive overview of anti-poverty strategies (or lack thereof) in each province and territory and what it means for poverty, hunger, childcare, unemployment, healthcare, education, and homelessness. Read each report below by clicking on the cover page of your province or territory.