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Citizens for Public Justice: Inspired by faith to act for justice in Canadian public policy.
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CPJ Dec 15
'Living Justice' goes beyond material or physical poverty and explores emotional, community, and spiritual poverty as well.
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CPJ Dec 15
Among Canada's provinces and territories, Nunavut continues to have the highest poverty rate in Canada (29.0%), followed by Manitoba (18.2%) and the Northwest Territories (16.2%).
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CPJ Dec 14
Letter: With Canada taking on the G7 Presidency in 2018, it's time to phase out fossil fuel subsidies.
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CPJ Dec 14
Urge your Member of Parliament to support an increased emissions-reduction target and an end to fossil fuel subsidies. Write to them today!
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CPJ Dec 14
By supporting Bill , Canada can fulfill its commitment to TRC calls to action and “renew the relationship between Canada and Indigenous peoples.”
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CPJ Dec 14
"Sometimes my adult faith journey gets stuck in a rut of routine and apathy. The antidote for me comes through my work with high school students."
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Dignity for All Dec 14
2017 was another big year for Dignity for All! Thanks to everyone who made it happen. Looking forward to 2018!!
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CPJ Dec 14
With Canada taking on the G7 Presidency in 2018, now is the time to commit to end federal fossil fuel subsidies.
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CPJ Dec 13
Infographic: Why the Fuss Over Oil and Gas? It produces more greenhouse gas emissions than any other sector of the Canadian economy.
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CPJ Dec 13
Refugee advocates can take a stand: Groups challenge designation of U.S. as safe third country.
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Calgary Foundation Dec 13
Citizens for Public Justice released Poverty Trends 2017, their annual report on poverty in Canada. In the report a staggering 4.8 million people in Canada (or 13.9%) live in poverty.
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CPJ Dec 13
Join us for "Jesus + Justice," a half-day conference with Mark Wollenberg of to encourage and equip Christians in Ottawa to work together for God’s just kingdom through prayer, acts of charity, and advocacy.
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CPJ Dec 12
By supporting Bill C-262, Canada can fulfill its commitment to TRC calls to action and “renew the relationship between Canada and Indigenous peoples.”
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CPJ Dec 12
Impatient, Committed, and Hopeful: looks ahead after COP23
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CPJ Dec 12
8 symptoms of climate change that are happening in Canada.
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CPJ Dec 12
CPJ writes to Trudeau in support of C-262,
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Dignity for All Dec 12
Add your name or your organization to the thousands of others who want federal leadership and action on poverty in Canada.
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CPJ Dec 12
TODAY at 12:30pm: COP23 Wrap-Up Webinar: The Good, the Bad, the New and You. Join CPJ's for a webinar on . CPJ and our partners will report on what they saw and heard in Bonn. Register here:
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CPJ Dec 12
Impatient, Committed, and Hopeful: Looking ahead after COP23
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Catholic Teachers Dec 11
The "Give it up for the Earth!" campaign is such an AWESOME idea – engaging students in the disciplines of the Lenten season WHILE encouraging them to be custodians of the environment. Check it out😀
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