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Maisonneuve MagazineNovember 9, 2023
Emilio Rodriguez, CPJ’s Policy Analyst for Refugee and Migrant Rights, shared his expertise with Maisonneuve Magazine, discussing why the latest developments are further endangering refugee claimants seeking protection in Canada.
By Citizens for Public JusticeOctober 16, 2023
Released annually, CPJ’s Poverty Trends reports provide readers with a review of data on poverty in Canada and the state of government action, as well as a vision for how we can move forward.
By Willard MetzgerOctober 10, 2023
What causes you to register concern? What are the necessary conditions to propel you to action? People of faith purport to be motivated by altruistic instincts, where a concern for the other initiates action. This truly is a shared value of faith. The teaching of Jesus instructs us to love…
By Citizens for Public JusticeSeptember 21, 2023
One of the ways CPJ is continuing our advocacy for the right to housing is by making a submission to the National Housing Council’s review of “the Financialization of Purpose-Built Rental Housing.” The Federal Housing Advocate called for the review and will look at “the growing dominance of financial actors…
By Citizens for Public JusticeAugust 9, 2023
Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) has presented its pre-budget submission for August 2023, emphasizing Canada’s commitment to human rights, sustainable development, and international climate obligations. Key recommendations include: Canada’s dedication to the Sustainable Development Goals is evident, with Prime Minister Trudeau’s role as Co-Chair of the SDG Advocates group. CPJ…