October 17, 2019

Today is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and in four days, polls will open for Canada’s 43rd federal election.

This year also marks 30 years since each federal party represented in the House of Commons committed to ending child poverty by the year 2000. There is no better time than the October 21 election to hold every party accountable to that commitment.

Campaign 2000 has released the answers received from the political parties regarding their plans on eradicating child and family poverty in Canada.  Read full post on Campaign 2000 website.

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