Ottawa ACORN members will be holding an action and petition signing for the Ontario Disability Support Program and Ontario Welfare.
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Social justice group ACORN Ottawa will rally Friday to let people on disability keep more of their wages.
A small, but dedicated group of advocates made their voices heard outside of the Ontario Works office on Catherine Street on July 29.
Ottawa Member Kat Fortin urges councillors to vote "yes" in June for a low income transit pass for the working poor, seniors, youth and people on low incomes. Our members are working with the Healthy Transit coalition to keep the pressure on!
The number of cars parking in accessible spots without a permit is on the rise. New numbers from the city of Ottawa show a slight bump in tickets issued in 2015 over 2014.
'That's funny, $20,' says Bonnie Barrett. 'What's $20 going to get you nowadays?'
ACORN Members turned out to greet Michelle Mungall, MLA for Nelson-Creston and Social Development Critic, as she announced the BC NDP's call to end the bus pass claw back for the province's PWD recipients.
Accountant Bruce Ball crunched the numbers for various types of Canadian families to determine what’s in the budget for each.