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The P.E.I. Working Group for a Livable Income, in partnership with the Public Health Associations of New Brunswick and P.E.I., invites the community to a forum on the reality of poverty in P.E.I. and a dialogue about solutions.
The event will be held on Nov. 20, 6:30 p.m., at Trinity United Church Hall, 220 Richmond St., Charlottetown.
Keynote speaker is Dr. Heather Morrison, chief health officer for Prince Edward Island. She will discuss her P.E.I. government-commissioned research, Children’s Report 2017: Investing in our Future.
Participants will follow up with a dialogue about how to find and promote solutions to child and family poverty on the Island. The dialogue will be directed by the P.E.I. Working Group for a Livable Income which for many years has promoted Basic Income Guarantee as an experimental program in this province.
Everyone is welcome.