By Christine Rossman First published by CBC Online May 11, 2019 Getting ahead is becoming virtually impossible for people in severe financial need who want to go back to school and turn their life around. Last year the… Read More
Notice of new address: April 1, 2019 The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Manitoba (CCPA-MB) is moving. Please make changes to your mailing/ contact info in your systems.Old address is: 205 – 765 Main St. Winnipeg, MB R2W… Read More
Jim Silver and Lynne Fernandez published this article in the International Center for Trade Union Rights Journal.
By Molly McCracken How is it that the home of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights is also home to high and rising poverty? Can income inequality be reversed? Learn more about Make Poverty History Manitoba’s request to… Read More
By Mengistu Wendimu and Annette Aurélie Desmarais This study finds milk is significantly costlier in First Nations communities than in Winnipeg and Northern Manitoba. The cost was higher in First Nations with and without access to an all-weather… Read More
By Lissie Rappaport In Winnipeg there is a need for more affordable housing, as 21 percent of households (64,065 households) are living in unaffordable housing – according to CMHC’s definition of spending more than 30 percent of income… Read More
By Don Sullivan Manitoba is poised to be a major Canadian player in providing large quantities of silica sand used in hydraulic fracking by the oil and gas industry. This presents major risks that should be fully explored… Read More