Dozens of members of Ottawa ACORN flyered and rallied at the provincial government's second round of endless consultations on basic income and poverty
'I think this is such an amazing opportunity to really do something that can lift people further ahead'
Ottawa ACORN member Kat Fortin talks to CBC News about the Disability Rights campaign
Residents living with disabilities in Vancouver are calling for the government to double the disability rate to keep up with the cost of living in the city.
Members of BC ACORN, an advocacy group, gathered in downtown Vancouver on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016 to raise awareness of their concerns that there is inadequate government support for people living with disabilities.
A transit pass for low-income Ottawa residents was confirmed at City Hall during the 2017 draft budget meeting on Nov. 9. The pass had been announced by Mayor Jim Watson last month with few details on the cost or when it would be introduced.
Ottawa ACORN's action for a low income transit pass