Transportation Equity & the Low Income Bus Pass

Presentation to the City of Winnipeg Council Molly McCracken, Director, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba October 24, 2019 The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is a non-profit charitable research institute active Nationally since 1980 and in …

Winnipeg Police Board not fulfilling it’s mandate

Submission to the Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services and Parks made October 2, 2019 By Bronwyn Dobchuck-Land

Work for minimum wage in Manitoba? We want to talk to you!

For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): People who work at minimum wage jobs are being sought for a new study about the lived experience of earning a minimum wage. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba office is launching …

UNSPUN 2019: Meth, Harm Reduction spark debate this Manitoba Election

By Ellen Smirl

UNSPUN 2019: Green New Deal Not Reflected in Provincial Party Platforms – Yet

By Molly McCracken

Housing Needs of Indigenous Women Leaving Intimate Partner Violence in Northern Communities

By Colin Bonnycastle, Judith Hughes, Marleny M. Bonnycastle, Kendra Nixon, and Allison Groening The problems of intimate partner violence and housing insecurity are independent issues and each worthy of discussion on their own. However, for women in northern …

Re-establishing their Lives: Issues Relating to Affordable Housing for Women and their Children Escaping Violent Relationships in Northern Manitoba.

By Allison Groening, Colin Bonnycastle,  Marleny Bonnycastle, Kendra Nixon and Judith Hughes

Clarity Sought in Federal Delay on Portage Place

By Portage Place Community Coalition

Red River College Decision Part of a Pattern of Bad Decision-Making

By Paul Moist and Jim Silver

UNSPUN 2019 Series: Housing and the Manitoba Election

By Kirsten Bernas and Sarah Cooper