CPJ's 2019 Election Bulletin

SHAPING A JUST CANADA

An Intersectional Approach to Refugee Policy & Advocacy

Canadian faith leaders issue an urgent plea for climate action

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Poverty Trends 2018

A staggering 5.8 million people in Canada live in poverty.

Reclaiming Protection

Advocating for an end to the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement

Living in the Gap: A Snapshot of Precarity in Canada

A series of infographics showing how people struggle to make ends meet.

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CPJ welcomes the newly legislated Poverty Reduction Act

For the past decade, Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) and the Dignity for All campaign have called for a national anti-poverty strategy for Canada that is comprehensive, rights-based, legislated and fully funded.

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the idea of basic income has been presented as a means of securing people’s livelihood in the face of job losses by the thousands. What a basic income may look like is open to a wide array of possibilities.

The Intended and Unexpected Benefits of Guaranteed Basic Income

The idea of basic income has been presented as a means of securing people’s livelihood in the face of job losses by the thousands. What a basic income may look like is open to a wide array of possibilities.

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Refugee Advocates Call for Canada’s Continued Welcome on World Refugee Day

On June 20, international World Refugee Day, Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) joins this year’s theme to #StepWithRefugees. Alongside the UNHCR initiative to encourage people globally to walk, run or cycle one billion miles in recognition of the one billion miles refugees cover annually to reach safety, CPJ acknowledges that...

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Christian climate advocates applaud federal commitment to emissions reductions, question inconsistency of Trans Mountain decision

There is overwhelming evidence that we face a climate emergency. That the Government of Canada has acknowledged that emergency and committed to additional action, is worthy of celebration.

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