BC ACORN members held a poverty potluck to demand a stop to the child support clawback for single mothers.
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Posted May 12, 2014
Moms say they’re tired of hearing the premier talk about “families first” when they’re struggling to feed their kids
Low-income activists marked this Mother’s Day in B.C. to protest government claw backs to child support payments.
The B.C. Liberal government has been under increasing fire from the NDP and social justice groups who say the claw back is hurting struggling families
BC ACORN leader Rachel Goodine talks to NDP MLA Michelle Mungall about BC ACORN's campaign to Stop the Child Support Clawback
BC ACORN members held an action on April 22 to demand an end to the child support clawback
A social-reform agency is calling on the BC Liberals to allow single mothers to keep both income and disability benefits and child support payments.
A group of single mothers demonstrated Tuesday outside the Ministry of Social Development office in downtown Vancouver
‘Our children need the money,’ chanted demonstrators