Produced by Food Banks Canada and circulated to all provincial associations and food banks in the national network, it’s Nowhere to Turn: Single Adults Living with Poverty in Canada.

The main point of this report is focus on the need for new supports for low income single adults in the new Poverty Reduction Strategy. The report finds that the number of single, working-age adults accessing food banks has doubled since 2001, and this population now accounts for nearly half of households assisted by food banks.

Nowhere to Turn examines the roots of this problem, and makes policy recommendations to help bring this population into the social and economic mainstream.

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