|Senator Art Eggleton, NDP human resources critic Chris Charlton, Geraldine King, |
Linda LeBlanc and Senator Don Meredith made up the All Party Anti-Poverty Caucus.
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Ottawa’s All-Party Anti-Poverty Caucus (APAPC) continues to search for nonpartisan solutions—but it won’t be easy.Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.
The APAPC marked International Day for the Eradication of Poverty Oct. 17 with a panel discussion entitled “Ending Poverty Together: Real Stories, Real Solutions.” It brought together NDP, Liberal and Conservative MPs and Senators, representatives from civil society anti-poverty groups, and two panelists who shared their lived experience of poverty.
“We’re good at raising awareness,” said NDP human resources critic Chris Charlton, APAPC co-chair. “We’re not so good at moving the yard sticks.”