Poverty and Thanksgiving

2018-10-05T16:23:32+00:00October 5th, 2018|Our View|

October is End Poverty Month here in Calgary we know that creating communities where women thrive is dependent on ensuring they have access to a fair, living wage. When the minimum wage went up to $15 per hour this week, we celebrated because it meant that vulnerable individuals in our community employed at minimum wage [...]

Housing in Calgary

2017-04-28T15:47:14+00:00April 28th, 2017|Our View|

Do you know where you’re going to sleep tonight? If you do, ask yourself, how many steps am I away from becoming homeless? If I didn’t get my pay cheque on time, could I pay my rent, my mortgage? The road to losing stable housing is not necessarily a complicated one; it can start with [...]