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In a shocking discovery, it’s realized more than 3 million Canadians live below the poverty line; some live on the streets, many others are what’s considered the working poor, while there are those with families and are barely getting by. ┬áPoverty can be seen in many situations, and it is the work of The Salvation Army to restore a sense of dignity to all.

The Dignity Project indicates that roughly thirty-seven-percent of Canadians believe the poor have mostly themselves to blame and it is the hope of The Salvation Army to provide further facts and education in shifting that belief.

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