The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia


For those who argue that we cannot afford to end poverty, this report makes clear that we cannot afford to ignore it. There is obviously a moral imperative to end poverty first and fore- most for those living in poverty. But, there also exists a compelling business case to be made for effective poverty reduction strategies because very real costs of poverty are borne by society as a whole.  

Publication date: 
Oct 2010
Angella MacEwen with Christine Saulnier
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
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