Contribute to our change-making work on economic inequality

It was 31 years ago when Ed Broadbent rose in the House of Commons to move a motion ― that was unanimously support ― to eradicate child poverty by the year 2000. It's now 2020 and Ed continues his life's work through the Institute; our research and reporting on economic inequality has an impact on the everyday lives of Canadians. From our hard-hitting and fact-based reporting from the team at PressProgress to our original research exposing major gaps between the super-wealthy and the rest of us, your contribution to our work goes directly towards eradicating these persisting inequalities. 

“It is clear that just as the forces of inequality are unrelenting, so must be our resolve to fight back!”

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As a non-profit organization, we rely solely upon the support of people like you: progressive individuals & organizations who believe in the need for a strong Canadian democracy.

Note: Due to our political work, the Broadbent Institute is not a registered charity. We are unable to provide donors with charitable receipts.