CPJ's 2019 Election Bulletin
2019 Pre-Budget Brief
An Intersectional Approach to Refugee Policy & Advocacy
A new book from
Citizens for Public Justice!
Canadian faith leaders issue an urgent plea for climate action
A staggering 5.8 million people in Canada live in poverty.
Advocating for an end to the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement
A series of infographics showing how people struggle to make ends meet.
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Canadian voters will select a new government in a few months, joining nearly 2 billion citizens around the world participating in elections this year. Appeals to the “everyday” citizen have been widespread, as candidates around the world have attempted to present themselves as the sole representative of the disenfranchised.
CPJ Pre-budget Brief to the federal Finance Committee on the theme “Climate Emergency: The Required Transition to a Low Carbon Economy.”
Public transit has a vital role to play in reducing emissions (and addressing climate change) by minimizing car commuting, and it needs to effectively serve commuters.
Access to justice, particularly for the most vulnerable persons in society, is a key issue in policy debates in Canada. Refugees are persons who have fled from traumatizing circumstances and need the legal system to facilitate the establishment of their refugee claims.