1. Resources & Publications

    Hunger Count 2016

    In March 2016, 863,492 people received food from a food bank in Canada. This is 1.3% higher than the same period in 2015, and 28% higher than in 2008. The HungerCount report puts forward a number of policy recommendations to reduce the need for food banks, under four broad themes:...
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    Hunger Count 2015

    The Hunger Count report presents results from an annual study of more than 4,000 food banks and other food programs in every province and territory. This comprehensive report offers stark evidence of the realities faced by the more than 850,000 people who access food banks each month: the reality that government managed income benefits are inadequate...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Hunger Count 2014

    In a country as wealthy as Canada, close to a million people need food banks just to make ends meet each month. Why have we not seen any significant change to this situation after so many years, and after so much has been written about hunger? HungerCount 2014 uncovers the...
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    2012 Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative Performance Measurement Report

    The 2012 Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative Performance Measurement Report is a comparative report and does not attempt to provide an evaluation of, or explanation for, each municipality’s results. The graphs are designed to show how participating municipalities compare with each other on selected service measures. Results for 2012 are shown...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Bethlehem Housing and Support Services Annual Report 2013-14

    Poverty and lack of affordable housing affects us all! The overall housing system and lack of affordable housing, coupled with economic and low employment conditions, affects all Niagara residents. There are some population groups that face additional challenges related to housing and supports such as seniors, new immigrants and refugees,...
  6. Resources & Publications

    Towards a Basic Income Guarantee for All Canadians

    This presentation, made by Rob Rainer to the Tamarack Institute’s Cities Reducing Poverty on February 3, 2014, reviews the rationale for a basic income, two predominant concerns, the BIG Push Campaign and apparent public support. Author: Rob Rainer, Director of the BIG Push Campaign, rob.causeworth@gmail.com Publication Date: February, 2014

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