There are more than six million Canadians living with a disability, and many of them are especially vulnerable to the impact of COVID-19.
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Thousands of Nova Scotians have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Toronto Public Health released its map of neighbourhoods hardest hit by COVID-19, for people in the city’s northwest it felt like déjà vu.
For a portion of the 17,000 Ottawa households living in subsidized housing, it’s not only COVID-19 that’s making life harder, more uncertain and more expensive.
Mohammad Ud-Doula sees #financialwellbeing slipping away
People with disabilities need secondary incomes for #financialwellbeing
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ACORN members across the province are gathering on the second Thursday of every month to protest and demand the government increase social assistance rates and abandon plans to adopt stricter federal definitions of disability.
Ford government cuts could jeopardize anti-poverty efforts, city says
Members of ACORN in cities across Ontario are committed to fighting back each month against the Ford government’s cuts to essential programs in our communities.