The cost of poverty in BC is way too high

Iglika Ivanova did the math: it costs less to reduce poverty than to allow it to continue and pay for the consequences: poor health, lower literacy, poor school performance for children, more crime, and greater stress. Reducing poverty and easing human suffering is the right thing to do, and it's also a sensible economic choice.

Read The Cost of Poverty in BC and watch and share our 3-minute video, What is poverty costing BC?