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Transit for Teens – Petition Letter

Transit access is a lifeline to shelter, school, support services, health care, and food security for low-income youth and all youth. Sign this letter showing why you think every teen deserves free transit access.

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The Centre for Family Equity, formerly known as the Single Mothers’ Alliance, addresses family poverty in BC through research, policy recommendations, legal action, and targeted programs. Our intersectional equity approach considers how families experience systemic discrimination and socioeconomic inequality based on their social identities in our unequal society. We work to address human rights violations and create solutions that meet the real and evolving needs of families based on their lived experience. Driven by our community-based organizing model and active member network, we determine our strategic priorities based on community engagement to create a BC where all families thrive. 

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Help fund research, public policy recommendations, and legal action to uphold human rights and address family poverty in BC. 

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You can impact change and make a difference – your voice matters. Take action to support socioeconomic equity for families in BC.


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Migrant Workers Affected by Wildfires - Letter to Ministry

August 29, 2023

In the face of the ongoing wildfire crisis in British Columbia, the Centre for Family Equity joins the call of the Migrant Workers Centre to address the urgent challenges faced by migrant workers in the region.

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Registration now open for CFE's August focus groups on anti-racism legislation and policy development for BC

August 03, 2023

We are seeking to hear from Black and Indigenous mothers in our engagement for the Ministry of the Attorney General. 

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Experts sign open letter on the need to protect gig workers

June 20, 2023

CCPA has released an open letter signed by 61 subject matter experts addressing the challenges and risks associated with gig work.

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