25 years since Canada vowed to end child poverty, where are we now?
A recent report by Campaign 2000 shows that over the past 25 years, Canada has failed to solve the problem of child poverty.
Rothman said the government of Canada should introduce a federal action plan with targets and timelines to reduce and eradicate poverty in consultation with the provinces and territories, Aboriginal governments and organizations, nongovernmental organizations and people living in poverty.
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Source: Global News