Title:Canada Speaks: Exposing persistent myths about the 150,000 Canadians living on the streets.
Corporate Author: The Salvation Army
Subject: Poverty – general
Publisher: The Salvation Army
Place of Publication: Toronto
Date of Publication: 2011
Abstract: A survey from Angus Reid Forum of more than 1,000 Canadians was conducted to determine public perceptions about individuals experiencing homelessness. The report, “Canada Speaks”, provides a unique look into how Canadians feel about the more than 150,000 homeless living on the streets in cities across the country. The report is a part of The Salvation Army’s ongoing Dignity Project – a national effort to educate and engage Canadians about the reality of poverty in the 21st century.
Language:English
Series: The Dignity Project
Material Type: Report

D. HOUSING/2011 canada_speaks.pdf

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