CPJ Annual General Meeting

Reframing Populism

We're hiring a full-time position in Ottawa

Canadian faith leaders issue an urgent plea for climate action

An Intersectional Approach to Refugee Policy & Advocacy

A new book from
Citizens for Public Justice!

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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Job Opportunity: Socio-Economic Policy Analyst

CPJ is accepting applications for a Socio-economic Policy Analyst to provide high-quality policy analysis and public justice framing of a range of socio-economic policy issues.


Travel Loan Stories

CPJ interviewed refugees who wished to share stories of how the burden of loans has affected their resettlement in Canada. Here’s what they had to say.


Can we end chronic poverty in Canada? Christian advocates are saying yes.

Darlene O’Leary, socio-economic policy analyst with the Ottawa-based advocacy group Citizens for Public Justice, agrees with the human-rights approach. She notes that federal initiatives such as investments in housing, the Canada Workers Benefit, and the Child Tax Benefit are having a positive effect on lived poverty.


2018 Annual Report

Our splendid CPJ staff put their heads and hearts together day after day in 2018 to research and write policy briefs, letters to Members of Parliament, issues of The Catalyst for our members and other interested folks, and reports on important policy matters. All of this work focused on our...


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