All posts for the topic ‘Inequity’:

Serious Thinking & Real Reform

Posted on: July 22nd, 2013   No Comments

Ontario has a poverty problem. Hamilton is an intensified example of this. 18% percent of the population lives in poverty, almost 50% of them children. That is 1 In 7 children. 6.8% unemployment rate again [...]

Maybe you heard me speak?

Posted on: December 2nd, 2011   No Comments

I speak up, out, loudly, angrily, brazenly and maybe for you, annoyingly. I did so today on CBC’s The Current, Special Edition:  We are the 10%. I do it because I truly believe we are [...]

Do you see what I see?

Posted on: October 1st, 2011   No Comments

On September 29th 2011 the Campaign for Adequate Welfare and Disability Benefits organized a rally of all concerned groups in Hamilton struggling to find a way out of poverty. There is a myth that people [...]

Walk and Rally for Adequate OW & ODSP Rates

Posted on: September 27th, 2011   No Comments

Click on the image above for a pdf version of the poster. See you there!

OW/ODSP recipients: Get out and VOTE!

Posted on: September 27th, 2011   No Comments

YOUR VOTE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE Vote in the October 6, Provincial Election ************************************* Reclaim Your Rights: The Right to live with dignity The Right to a decent standard of living The Right to proper, [...]

Advocacy Hamilton, Inequity, Poverty, Social Assistance:
Serious Thinking & Real Reform

Ontario has a poverty problem. Hamilton is an intensified example of this. 18% percent of the population lives in poverty, almost 50% of them children. That is 1 In 7 children. 6.8% unemployment rate again [...]