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John Clarke at Alberta Public Library. Image: John Clarke/Facebook
Victoria Fenner | John Clarke, recently retired co-founder of Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, traveled to Alberta to help strategize against the UCP agenda. Listen to a talk he gave on March 27, 2019.
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Jessica Sikora, John Clarke, Avi Lewis, Guy Caron and Josephine Grey
Victoria Fenner | Will a guaranteed basic income release people from the poverty trap or keep them in it? A spirited debate exploring the issues from both sides and all points between.
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Krystalline Kraus | OCAP and its allies occupied Canada's busiest intersection at noon to remind politicians that housing = dignity.
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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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John Bonnar | Today was the first court appearance for five women arrested and charged with criminal offences on November 25 for refusing to leave a Shelter Support and Housing Administration office in Toronto.
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John Bonnar | Five OCAP members occupied a city building, demanding action on shelter occupancy and that the City fulfill its stated promise to open a 24-hour women and trans people's drop-in.
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Liisa Schofield | Tomorrow is the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women. If you're wondering why you should support feminist action on this issue, here are some good reasons.
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John Bonnar | On Thursday, OCAP and supporters held a community barbecue outside Seaton House before marching to MPP Glen Murray's office demanding an increase to social assistance rates and minimum wage.
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John Bonnar | On Thursday, OCAP and supporters held a community barbecue outside Seaton House before marching to MPP Glen Murray's office demanding an increase to social assistance rates and minimum wage.
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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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John Bonnar | Between June 16 and September 8, an additional 30 police officers will patrol the area from Wellesley south to Queen and from Church east to Parliament.
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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.