ESJ wants to see child poverty on the election agenda

During the provincial election campaign ESJ-NS is asking candidates to commit to implementing the 11 recommendations put forward by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Nova Scotia for eliminating child poverty. Find out more details about the recommendations here.

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