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Publications

Prosper Canada collaborates with policy makers, academics and frontline workers to build a base of evidence concerning strategies for action that empower low-income and vulnerable families.

The majority of our publications are provided in accessible formats. For publications that do not meet this requirement, an accessible format is available on request at [email protected]

2022
This report provides a call to action for more targeted support from policymakers, financial institutions and community non profit organizations for low-income households and Canadian households who are more financially vulnerable. This is particularly important given inequities, systemic barriers and challenges many of these households face, along with difficulties in accessing financial help.
2022
We are very pleased to share our 2021-2022 Impact Report with you, outlining the efforts, accomplishments, and successes achieved with your unwavering help and support during an unprecedented time for all Canadians.
2022
Prosper Canada presented at the Pathways to Prosperity 2021 National Conference: Financial Empowerment for Newcomers - Evaluation insight from a pilot project.
2022
With funding from the Maple Leaf Centre for Food Security, Prosper Canada worked with e4c and North York Community House to evaluate to what extent access to benefits services increases income and food security. We’re sharing some of what we’ve learned in an infographic after surveying 209 people and interviewing 10 staff and 14 clients about their experiences with food insecurity and access to benefits services.
2022
CVITP is an initiative supported the Canadian government where community organizations offer free tax filing services to eligible individuals living on low incomes.
2022
A plan is needed to ensure that vulnerable people are not made to repay unmanageable CERB/CRB debts, to pay back the income people lost when their refundable tax benefits were clawed back because of CERB, and to guarantee that CRB and CWLB are not clawed back from refundable tax credit payments in the 2021 and 2022 tax years.
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