There is a prescription for poverty’s punishing impact on health in Ontario

In this article in the Toronto Star, physicians advocate for changes to their province’s income security system to improve health and reduce the cost to society.


All of Us Are Paying for Government Inaction on Poverty

Inequity is rising in Canada. Did you know that the 86 richest families in Canada now hold more wealth than the poorest 11.4 million?

Poverty and inequities hurt all of us in the long run. They erode social cohesion and create a burden on all taxpayers to pay for poverty reduction, healthcare services, unemployment, crime and homelessness.

Full article by John Millar is available from the Huffington Post: