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20 June 2022
Author: AFOA Canada
June is National Indigenous History Month, a time meant to reflect on the history, heritage and rich diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples across Canada. It is also a time to honour and celebrate the contributions of Indigenous peoples across the country. For many working with Indigenous communities it serves an additional purpose in acknowledging both large and grass-roots organizations striving to create positive change in their communities and Canada at large. 
31 May 2021
Author: Galen MacLusky
In Prosper Canada’s work in developing and piloting supports for people living on low incomes, we rely heavily on the guidance of people with lived experience. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of this engagement would take place in-person. The COVID-19 pandemic upended this approach and forced us to get creative about how we engage people living on low-incomes. We want to share two important lessons that we’ve learned over the past year. 
1 August 2019
Author: Wendy Abbott-Serroul
Collaboration literally means co-laboring or working together. It is truly the essence of teamwork when people come together to accomplish a common goal. 
11 April 2013
Author: Lynne Woolcott
For 10 years, the FAPS Program has worked with low-income people to address their financial issues, including financial literacy and exclusion.
6 March 2013
Author: Teena Gill
Filing a tax return is critical for low-income Canadians given that income tax and government benefits are inherently intertwined.