Poverty Trends Scorecard

CPJ's Poverty Trends Scorecard is a four-part series of in-depth reports on poverty in Canada being released in 2012 and 2013. Each report includes an overview and a series of stand-alone fact sheets, summarizing key trends through tables, charts, and text.

The goal of this initiative is to create an accessible set of materials that will support national and community-level anti-poverty work across the country, including CPJ’s own outreach and engagement activities, and Dignity for All: the campaign for a poverty-free Canada.

The four reports are:

In October 2013, we also released "Poverty Trends Highlights: Canada 2013"

In cooperation with World Vision Canada, CPJ produced "Poverty at Your Doorstep," a set of four-page reports on what poverty looks like the cities of Vancouver, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Toronto, and Montreal.

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