Ottawa ACORN members want the provincial government’s hands off our assets!
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Members and supporters of ACORN Nova Scotia came together for a rally on Wednesday May 18th, to voice their opposition to the candidacy of Joanne Bernard in Dartmouth North
Ottawa Member Kat Fortin urges councillors to vote "yes" in June for a low income transit pass for the working poor, seniors, youth and people on low incomes. Our members are working with the Healthy Transit coalition to keep the pressure on!
The number of cars parking in accessible spots without a permit is on the rise. New numbers from the city of Ottawa show a slight bump in tickets issued in 2015 over 2014.
'That's funny, $20,' says Bonnie Barrett. 'What's $20 going to get you nowadays?'
ACORN Members turned out to greet Michelle Mungall, MLA for Nelson-Creston and Social Development Critic, as she announced the BC NDP's call to end the bus pass claw back for the province's PWD recipients.
Accountant Bruce Ball crunched the numbers for various types of Canadian families to determine what’s in the budget for each.
On February 29, members were happy to hear the province announced that they would be ending the child support clawback for single parents in April 2017
Come in and get your taxes done for FREE at our Nova Scotia ACORN Free Income Tax Site!
The B.C. Liberals lifted a nine-year freeze on persons with disability (PWD) rates as they released their budget for 2016 on February 16.