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What will success look like in a Poverty Reduction Strategy? How should we measure our progress?

01 September, 2017
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The Government of Canada recognizes that accountability matters in its commitment to reduce poverty in Canada. To meet this commitment, it will be important to build partnerships, establish clear targets, report on progress and identify what is successful and what is not.

While poverty reduction target could be chosen using one of Statistics Canada’s existing low-income measures, Canada could explore improving the existing measures to make them more accurate or introduce a completely new measure.

More information on delivering and reporting on results is available in chapter 3 of the discussion guide.



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