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Share your thoughts on Transit
Funding for the Low Income Transit Pass sliding scale (which enables people in deep poverty to get passes for $5.15) is set to end in 2019.
Fair Fares is a local group of low-income people and community organizers working to ensure this program continues. Together, we are collecting stories to help advocate in favour of this program. We know that thousands of people across Calgary have benefited from the pass.
Share your thoughts on the sliding scale here, or talk to Sarelle at the Centre.
Join us on our annual walk to uncover the HERstories of our neighbouring communities! We will highlight the amazing women who have worked to make our communities stronger and discuss what still needs to be done. Stay tuned here for stop highlights!
Recognized as an excellent platform for sharing experiences, knowledge, and practical solutions necessary to address issues of racism and discrimination, the Human Rights Forum presented by UNAC Calgary encourages systemic change across the Canadian community in a positive and safe environment.
For the first time in Canada, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has compiled
a complete list of licensed child care spaces across the country and compared it against the number of children by postal code.