Vibrant Fact Sheets
Why Does Poverty Exist?
Who Is Affected By Poverty?
How Is Poverty Reduced?
Poverty Costs Info Graphic
2011 Women’s Centre of Calgary Fast Facts on Women and Poverty
VCC Secondary Suites Plebiscite Summary Position
September 2011: One Page Summary of Secondary Suites Plebiscite Position
2011 Living Wage Fact Sheet
What is Poverty Information Booklet
A remake of the ‘What is Poverty’ Factsheet from 2009. Poverty is the condition experienced by a person who is not living with dignity, choices and power because of a lack of opportunity for 1. Economic Security, 2. Education and Skills Training, 3. Meeting basic needs, 4. Physical and mental health, and 5. Full participation in society.
Living Wage Fact Sheet 2010
2009 PovertyTALKS! Broadsheet
Poverty Fact Sheet
Poverty is the condition of a human being who does not have sufficient economic and other resources to live with the dignity, choices and power which support full participation in society.
Living Wage Fact Sheet
Calgary’s Living Wage Action Team has determined that an individual working full time (35 hours per week, 52 weeks a year) needs to make a minimum of $12.25 per hour with benefits, or $13.50 without benefits, to earn a Living Wage.
Cost of Living Fact Sheet
The high cost of living in Alberta is taking its toll on Calgarians.
Fair Fares Fact Sheet (November 2007)
Public transit is the primary means of transportation for many low-income Albertans, enabling them to participate in and contribute to their communities.