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2010 Breaking the Cycle

Title:Breaking the cycle: the second progress report.
Variant Title:Ontario's poverty reduction strategy 2010 annual report
Corporate Author: Ontario Cabinet Committee on Poverty Reduction
Subject:Poverty - planning, policy
Publisher:Government of Ontario
Place of Publication:Toronto
Date of Publication:2010

Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy – the first in the province’s history — was launched in 2008 with an ambitious goal of reducing the number of children living in poverty by 25 per cent over five years. This report provides an important record of progress during the first two years and describes the key steps being taken to help break the cycle of poverty in Ontario and build opportunities that enable every Ontarian to succeed and contribute.

Material Type:Report

File name 2010 breakingthecycle2010.pdf File Size 2.32 Megabytes File Type pdf (application/pdf) Created Date Wednesday, 21 July 2010
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