ISARC Forum Story – Nov 28, 2016

30, November, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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By Murray MacAdam Turning the Tide Against Poverty Forum Launches New ISARC Campaign ISARC kicked off a new more... [...]

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National Housing Strategy in 2017

23, November, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

Through its Let’s Talk Housing (www.letstalkhousing.ca) consultation, the Government of Canada gathered people’s thoughts and ideas on the more... [...]

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Meeting with Minister Chris Ballard on Issues of Housing and Poverty Reduction

26, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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Rev Susan Eagle, Ryan Weston and Sister Joan Atkinson meeting with Minister Chris Ballard on issues of housing more... [...]

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Meetings with MPPs – 2016

20, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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ISARC Steering committee members continue to meet with Ministers of the Ontario government to push for change and more... [...]

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Reflection on Poverty

10, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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We are one of many groups across this province who continue to see the crisis of poverty in more...

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Prayer Vigil at Queens Park on Oct 6, 2016

10, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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It’s not every day that one sees Christian ministers, an Imam, a Rabbi and a Buddhist Priest under more...

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The State of Homelessness in Canada Report 2016

09, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

Read the latest (2016) report on the state of homelessness in Canada.    

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Forum told: Get angry about poverty

04, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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ISARC drew a full house to a Queen’s Park religious leaders forum that affirmed how faith can be more... [...]

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A Budget is a Moral Document

04, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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A budget reflects what we truly value, said Joe Gunn, presenting ISARC’s brief to the Ontario Government’s Pre-Budget more... [...]

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Ontario Budget 2016: A wintery outlook for the poor

04, October, 2016Posted by :Chris Pullenayegem

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Despite some positive steps, Ontario’s 2016 budget continues to leave Ontario’s poor playing catch up. Significant poverty reduction more... [...]

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