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Vancouver — BC added a mere 105 units of publicly subsidized assisted living over nearly a decade (2010-17), despite a growing population of seniors. As a result, access to subsidized assisted living...
February 5, 2020 | BC Office
January 14, 2020  Halifax – In Nova Scotia there are 40,710 children or close to 1 in 4 children (24.2%) who live in poverty based on the most recent data. The 2019 Report Card on Child and Family...
January 14, 2020 | Nova Scotia Office
(Vancouver) Fracking should be immediately banned close to BC Hydro’s two existing Peace River dams as well as the Site C dam construction project until a full public inquiry determines whether a...
January 9, 2020 | BC Office
 OTTAWA — Canada’s 100 highest paid CEOs made 227 times more than the average worker made in 2018, surpassing all previous records, according to a new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy...
January 2, 2020 | National Office
(VANCOUVER) To fully address Metro Vancouver’s housing crisis, an ambitious program of building 10,000 new units of non-market rental housing annually is needed, including public housing and co-ops...
December 11, 2019 | BC Office
TORONTO & OTTAWA — Despite an increasingly diverse population, a new report released today reveals that little-to-no progress has been made towards reducing racism in labour market outcomes.  ...
December 9, 2019 | National Office
TORONTO ET OTTAWA — Malgré une population de plus en plus diverse, un nouveau rapport publié aujourd’hui révèle que peu ou pas de progrès ont été réalisés dans la réduction du racisme sur le marché...
December 9, 2019 | National Office
REGINA⁠—With climate and energy issues dominating much of the political debate, the question of how and what students learn about these issues in our public schools has become an increasingly...
December 5, 2019 | Saskatchewan Office
(Vancouver) How pension funds choose to invest has significant bearing on how we collectively address the climate emergency and the needed transition from fossil fuels, says a report released today...
November 19, 2019 | BC Office
(VANCOUVER) Over 60 per cent of voters in the recent federal election cast ballots for parties that campaigned to take action on the climate emergency. And, with the Liberal party returning to...
November 5, 2019 | BC Office, Saskatchewan Office
OTTAWA—Canada’s progress towards gender equality has been uneven, and despite some positive steps there is significant unfinished business, according to a new report released today by a network of...
October 28, 2019 | National Office
OTTAWA — Les progrès du Canada vers l’égalité des sexes ont été inégaux et, malgré certaines mesures positives, il reste encore beaucoup à faire, selon un nouveau rapport publié aujourd’hui par un...
October 28, 2019 | National Office
For immediate release (Winnipeg): A new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative’s (CCPA) Manitoba office: Manitoba Hydro, the Long View argues the publicly owned crown corporation...
September 5, 2019 | Manitoba Office
TORONTO — A new interactive online map from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) spells out how the Ontario government’s cuts to education funding are affecting the finances of each of...
September 5, 2019 | Ontario Office
OTTAWA—Canada’s largest publicly-traded companies could have eliminated their defined benefit (DB) pension deficits five times over with the value of what they chose to pay out to shareholders...
August 29, 2019 | National Office

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