Dependent on the government for life sustaining income, ACORN members and several community members reached out to protest on the changes to the definition of disability for eligibility for Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) on July 11.
Friends of Acorn rally in front of the ODSP office on Preston St to demand that the Ford government stop cutting their access to ODSP.
ACORN members in four cities in Ontario came out to fight on education, housing, social assistance and more!
Posted May 9, 2019
Posted April 11th, 2019
With a budget that mentions the word “poverty” zero times, the Provincial government has once again made its contempt for low and moderate income Ontarians clear.
ACORN members, hoping for bold action to tackle the affordability crisis sweeping across many Canadian cities, were feeling underwhelmed as the federal government tabled Budget 2019, their last budget before the election in October.
Ontario ACORN members took action on March 14th as they continue to hold the Province accountable and resist cuts.
The average share of income spent on shelter was more than 55 per cent, while more than 43 per cent of participants reported they were falling behind in meeting their basic financial obligations.
On Valentine’s day, ACORN members took to the streets to fight back against cuts to OW/ODSP and demand that the Province shows low and moderate income Ontarians some love!