Nova Scotia ACORN
Poor people use financial services such as payday loans because banks don’t work for them, a report suggests.
Where have Atlantic Canada’s regressive labour laws left the region’s casualized, non-unionized, and precarious workers?
Candidate responses to Nova Scotia ACORN's 2016 Municipal Platform
Jonethan Brigley of ACORN NS shares his thoughts on bad landlords and what we should do about them.
Two of three candidates in Halifax South Downtown support landlord licensing
Students and other low-income tenants are often at the mercy of their property owners' whims.
You hear this a lot. “Why vote? Municipal politicians have nothing to offer for people living in poverty. Politicians will say anything just to get elected.” ACORN Canada, a nation-wide anti-poverty group with chapters in Halifax, Dartmouth and Spryfield, doesn’t agree.