Huffington Post blog post co-written by ACORN Canada President Marva Burnett
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Federal Party Responses to ACORN Canada’s National Campaigns Demands
Members of Nova Scotia ACORN members marched with the The Council of Canadians and the Canadian Federation of Students to call out the (UN)Fair Elections Act!
Silent protesters march through Public Gardens
A dozen people walked through the Public Gardens in protest Thursday
A small group of demonstrators marched through the Halifax Public Gardens on Thursday to protest the Fair Elections Act.
A new initiative is helping Ottawa residents to identify and address the barriers to walking, biking and accessing public transit in their own neighbourhoods.
La troisième convention nationale d’ACORN Canada qui s’est déroulée à Montréal la semaine passée (13-15 juin) a été notre meilleure jusqu’à présent!
While some Ottawa residents bring their income tax records to an accountant – a service that can cost hundreds of dollars – others who can’t afford to are turning to a different method.
The local branch of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, located at 404 McArthur Ave. in Vanier, is holding free tax clinics at its office for low- to moderate-income Ottawa residents.