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Higher rates of poverty among vulnerable groups
The Canada Broadcasting Corporation issued an article on COVID 19 and the homeless raising concerns around the potential risk of an outbreak in Toronto shelters
2018 Canadian Income Survey and Market Basket Measure Comprehensive Review
Early Years Study 4 – report released by the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation on February 20, 2020
DOES A PROVINCE HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO OPT OUT OF CPP?
What is the Government doing to maintain mission critical computer systems on which Canadians depend for benefits and services?
What is the Government doing to address the precariousness that exists for workers at airports when services such as baggage handling are contracted out and re-tendered?
What is the Government of Canada doing to help homeless Veterans or those imminently at risk of homelessness?
La pauvreté chez les personnes ethnicisées
How is the government supporting Indigenous seniors?
What is the Government doing to protect Canada’s seniors from elder abuse?
Thousands of low-income seniors do not receive the benefits to which they are entitled. Why hasn’t the Government extended the automatic enrolment of the Guaranteed Income Supplement to all seniors?
Many seniors stakeholders have been advocating for the development of a national seniors strategy.
The Government has committed to increase the Old Age Security pension by 10% for seniors aged 75 and over. Will seniors receive an increase in July 2020 as promised?
How has the 23% increase in Labour Market Impact Assessment volume experienced in 2018-2019 affected processing?
What is the status of the Accessible Canada Act?
How is the Reaching Home program being implemented in Quebec?
What is the Government of Canada doing to support social innovation and social finance in Canada?
What is the Government of Canada doing to ensure that children from low-income families gain access to the Canada Learning Bond?
Making post-secondary education more affordable for students from low- and middle-income families.
Can the Minister explain how the Government of Canada supports Canada Student Loans borrowers who are unable to afford their student loan payments?
New technology, artificial intelligence, and global competitiveness are changing the way Canadians work, and many of the skills needed for good quality jobs are expected to change in the years to come. A Canadian workforce that incorporates new technology and adapts is key to Canada’s long-term economic growth.
What is the Government of Canada doing to make post-secondary education more affordable?
Employers in some regions and sectors are struggling to find workers. The Government provides a variety of supports to help Canadians acquire the skills they need to access jobs and respond to demand.