- PeacockPoverty is a collection of individuals with an experience of poverty who join together to share knowledge, strength, talent and wisdom with each other and our friends.
Peacock Poverty posts poverty news and opinion in an online magazine format with contributor blogs. Updated regularly, the site has a comprehensive index of...
The People’s Potato is a vegan soup kitchen run out of Concordia University. The project was initiated in 1999 in order to address student poverty.
Peel Poverty Action Group is composed of service providers, advocates and individuals working towards the elimination of poverty in the Region of Peel.
This is the Make Poverty History Campaign's Blog. It was initiated to help grow the community of Make Poverty History and increase the connections and sharing in a campaign and a cause that needs attention and awareness.
Spirit of Warrior Harriet Nahanee is a blog dedicated to actions and analysis surrounding the legacy of Harriet Nahanee, an elder who died working to expose and resist the destruction of the Olympics 2010.
Picture the Homeless Blog - Housing, homelessness & policy blog.
Fredericton Peace Coalition Weblog is an extensive blog dealing with issues of war, poverty, violence, inequity, and injustice.
"The Homeless Nation is committed to building and strengthening communities, both virtual and actual. To this end, the Homeless Nation project will go on location across Canada to collect stories, video and pictures. Each person who contributes will have the opportunity to share their stories, unique philosophies and points of view with other Canadians. As well, this site provides an...
Strategic Thoughts has in depth analysis of the BC Government's new policies and legislation.
Updated weekly by the Coalition For Public Legal Services' co-chairs, we provide a plethora of information for our fight to renew British Columbia's commitment to legal aid!
The Council of Canadians, a citizens' organization that advocates for progressive policies on behalf of its members across the country, has an Olympic blog for issues around the Vancouver Olympics.