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Image: Used with permission of the ODSP Action Coalition.
Scott Neigh | Kyle Vose and Andrea Hatala talk about the work of the ODSP Action Coalition organizing recipients of disability benefits in Ontario.
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Women's Monument in Minto Park, Ottawa. Flickr/lezumbalaberenjena
Doreen Nicoll | While the solutions to woman abuse are multi-faceted, consulting with survivors of gendered violence can save time, money and precious lives.
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Michael Laxer | As long as the Liberal government allows grotesque social assistance rates to continue, any pretensions by Wynne to claim to care at all about social justice remain a hollow farce.
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Doreen Nicoll | Help the most impoverished children in Ontario; let parents on ODSP keep their child support payments.
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John Bonnar | On Wednesday, OCAP held an action in support of a 53-year-old man on ODSP who faces eviction from his building due to errors with the province's new computer system issuing social assistance cheques.
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Krystalline Kraus | On October 16, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) is putting on a BBQ on George Street, where many impacted by Liberal cuts have to sleep.
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Krystalline Kraus | Fighting Back Against Cuts to Disability Benefits – from U.K to Ontario Austerity is Global – so is our resistance.
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Krystalline Kraus | Stop the attacks on ODSP (Disability) benefits: no merger! - OCAP rally
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John Bonnar | If individuals with significant cognitive and mental health impairments were moved from welfare to the Ontario Disability Support Program, the city of Toronto could save over $100 million per year.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | As the Liberal government in Ontario continue their attacks on the poor, anti-poverty activists in Kitchener-Waterloo are rallying the community to support each other and fight austerity!
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John Bonnar | Sritharan Kanamuthu came to Canada five years ago from Sri Lanka. He’s been living in 'illegal' rooming houses in Toronto for the past four years.