January 16, 2020
There are fewer children living in poverty in P.E.I., but one activist thinks the numbers aren’t going down fast enough.
The P.E.I. Coalition for a Poverty Eradication Strategy and the MacKillop Centre for Social Justice released their annual child poverty report card Tuesday.
Mary Boyd, the report card’s author, said Canada has seen its poverty rate drop over the years, but the overall number of children living in poverty has gone up because the population has grown.