Toronto remains the child poverty capital of Canada. According to the 2016 census, 1 in 4 children in Toronto live in poverty.

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We're living in Canada's child poverty capital. 

Click here to read a comprehensive article written by CBC in 2016 about the realities of child poverty in Toronto. 

Ontario's provincial child poverty rate stands at 13.8%, with an astonishing 38.2% of single mother families caught in the cycle of poverty (Statistics Canada, 2013).

Click here to read the official Child Poverty Report Card 2017 written by contributors from the Children's Aid Society of Toronto.

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Children in our city don't have equal opportunities to succeed. 

Click here to read about the reality of families struggling with poverty as written by the Toronto Star.

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Ontario's Child Poverty Problem ...  

... is our problem. Click here to read an article written by the Toronto Star about Ontario's growing child poverty rate. 

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