The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia

Summary: 

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
Author: 
Angella MacEwen with Christine Saulnier
Publisher: 
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
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