Child Tax Benefit Ineffective in Addressing Child Poverty
Child Tax Benefit Ineffective in Addressing Child Poverty. An exhaustive examination of Canada?s family policy concludes that recent federal and provincial government initiatives are misguided and have not efficiently addressed the problems of child poverty. ?The Child Tax Benefit is a dead end? assert Pierre Lefebvre and Philip Merrigan in ?Assessing Family Policy in Canada: A New Deal for Families and Children,? released today by the Institute for Research on Public Policy.
By Institute for Research on Public Policy, Canada.