Poverty Reduction

Food (In) Security: Saint John

Over the summer of 2017, our summer students examined food insecurity in Saint John. This report presents a snapshot of the public's uptake of charitable responses to hunger, including food banks, soup kitchens, and community meals. Click Here to read more.

Child Poverty Report Card

On November 24th, 1989, the House of Commons unanimously resolved to end child poverty in Canada by the year 2000. Each year, to mark the anniversary of this resolution, Campaign 2000 releases a series of reports spanning coast-to-coast updating the state of child poverty in Canada. These reports serve as a reminder of an unfulfilled promise. Currently, across the country 1,242,530 children under the age of 18 are living in poverty; 27,790 of whom live in New Brunswick. This [2017] report, written in partnership with Campaign 2000, sheds light on poverty in New Brunswick while locating the struggle to end child poverty within the Canadian social landscape.

2017: English

2016: English Franšais

2015: English

2014: English

2013: English

2012: English Franšais

2010: English Franšais

2009: English Francais

Poverty Reduction Update - Vibrant Communities Saint John released an update newsletter on the local Poverty Reduction Strategy in September.

2007 Youth Homelessness Report  - Kathryn Asher presents the findings of a count of homeless youth 16 to 24 years of age in the city of Saint John during the month of February 2007. 2007 Youth Homelessness Report.