Riding by Riding Analysis Shows Child Poverty in Canada Knows No Boundaries

For nearly 30 years, Campaign 2000 has documented the failure of good intentions to end poverty. In the lead up to Canada’s first federal Poverty Reduction Strategy, in this report, Campaign 2000 reveals a disturbing picture of the magnitude of child poverty in every federal riding.

The latest data paint a stark portrait of inequality in Canada with high- and low-income families living in close proximity while divided by wide social and economic gaps that leave too many children hungry, sick and stressed beyond their years.

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