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“The task of eliminating poverty requires all levels of government to work collaboratively and in concert alongside other sectors”, however the federal government plays a “fundamental and unique role” in poverty reduction (Dignity for All Campaign, 2017). This section explores the roles that federal policies have in Canada on persons living in poverty.

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Related Publications

  • Federal | Municipal | Policy

    Cities and the Federal Poverty Reduction Strategy

    Tamarack Institute

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  • Federal | Policy

    Understanding Systems: The 2021 Report of the National Advisory Council on Poverty

    Government of Canada

    2021

    2021

  • Federal | Policy

    What is the Canada Workers Benefit, and how could it be better?

    Maytree

    2021

    2021

  • Federal | Policy

    Towards a Poverty Reduction Strategy – A backgrounder on poverty in Canada

    Government of Canada

    2017

    2017

  • Federal | Policy

    Building Understanding: The First Report of the National Advisory Council on Poverty

    Government of Canada

    2020

    2020