Uncategorized

Let Justice Flow Collage

CPJ’s song: Let Justice Flow

CPJ’s song, Let Justice Flow, was written by Doug Romanow for our 30th anniversary in 1993. You can purchase the score (written music) below. PDF copy (via email) Cost of music score in PDF format: 5 CAD. A PDF version will be emailed to you. Canadian orders (includes shipping and handling) Cost per printed copy:...

Read More »

Chew on This! 2016

Volunteer with CPJ

Our volunteers are the glue of CPJ. Deeply committed to justice in Canada, our volunteers across the country support CPJ staff daily. We welcome you to join our work! Below you’ll find a list of volunteer positions at CPJ. If you are interested in getting more involved, fill out the form below. You can expect to hear back from a CPJ staff or...

Read More »

Staff

Contact Us CPJ has eight paid staff who work together in program and administrative positions in the pursuit of public justice. CPJ staff are available for speaking at events, workshops, or meetings of your organization, church, school or community group. Please contact us for more information at ac.jpc@jpc, or 613-232-0275, using the extensions listed below....

Read More »

The Catalyst, Spring 2019

Summer 2019 – Vol. 42, No. 1 Download (PDF) Christians are Called to Advocate for “The Most Vulnerable” By Serisha Iyar The Church has long been a defender of those who we consider to be the most vulnerable members of society. We take from scripture that these are the oppressed and persecuted, the poor and...

Read More »

Internship opportunities with CPJ

Engaging youth is a key component of CPJ’s work. As part of this, CPJ offers various internship opportunities. All of CPJ’s internship opportunities strive to provide occasions for young people to directly experience the life of a public policy organization. This means engaging in the work of CPJ, but also as much as possible the...

Read More »

We’re Stronger Because of You

Together we can bring change! You make change possible! As a faithful supporter of CPJ, you know first-hand what happens when people and groups work together for the common good. On this Giving Tuesday, you can make a donation that brings fair and just changes to Canadian public policy. By donating to CPJ, you are supporting a...

Read More »

the Catalyst, Winter 2018

ChewOnThis! Bigger and more important than ever By Darlene O’Leary Irregular vs Illegal – Why Language Matters By Serisha Iyar Health, Dignity and Dollars – Poverty Costs Canada By Alex Paterson Hopeful Citizenship in a Time of Crisis By Karri Munn-Venn A Decade of Justice By Deborah Mebude The Vulnerable Voices By Sylvia Keesmaat

Read More »

Shop

Read More »

the Catalyst, Summer 2018

the Catalyst, Summer 2018

Invest in a Just Transition, Not Pipelines By Karri Munn-Venn Setting a Course to End Poverty By Natalie Appleyard Let’s Stop Asking Refugees to Pay for Travel By Danielle Steenwyk-Rowaan​ The Language of Love in Activism By Amy Brierley A Carbon Price that Reduces Poverty By Sarah DelVillano ​​Groundings: Three Simple Promises for Working Together By David Burrows

Read More »

A1UV7WeeTvL.jpg

Book Review: Turning Parliament Inside Out

 From the Catalyst, Summer 2018 Turning Parliament Inside Out: Practical Ideas for Reforming Canada’s Democracy Edited by Michael Chong, Scott Simms, and Kennedy Stewart Douglas & McIntyre, 2017 Reviewed by John Milloy  Turning Parliament Inside Out is an attempt by a multi-party group of backbench Members of Parliament to identify ways to reform Parliament. In a series of well-written and accessible...

Read More »

Get updates by subscribing to JusticE-News, CPJ's e-newsletter

>