The Common Front for Social Justice is fighting to build a more human society based on the respect and dignity of all. We want a New Brunswick without poverty. We want a society which give each and everyone a decent living, in particular by having a minimum wage and social income on which citizens can to live on and not just exist. We believe that every citizen can develop his full potential and become fully engage in the social, economic and cultural development of New-Brunswick.
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Poverty and Political Parties - 9/14/2018
Poverty and Political Parties. With a little more than a week left before election day, the NB Common Front for Social Justice considers that poverty is not a priority for certain political parties, especially the issue of citizens on social assistance. New release.
The Minimum wage is not a payroll tax - 9/12/2018
The minimum wage is not a payroll tax.The new argument that I never heard of before, is that now the minimum wage is a particular form of tax and transfer. Yes, a particular form of tax and transfer paid by employers to workers to fight poverty and to bring more New Brunswickers into the middle class, nothing less.Letter.
Living in poverty in NB: NOT EASY! - 9/12/2018
Living in poverty in NB: NOT EASY! This document is for persons concerned about social justice who want to learn about the many causes of poverty, and to find ways to improve the living conditions for poor people. These are testimonies from adults living in different parts of N.B. who have accepted to describe their living situation.
Labour Day,2018.Is Labour Day a cause for celebration for workers? Yes and no! - 8/31/2018
According to Pauline Gallant, spokesperson for the Common Front for Social Justice, “The province has been greatly affected by the world financial crisis of 2008, and has not recovered since. Between 2008 and 2017, the province’s total job numbers have continually deteriorated (excluding the self-employed persons).
The case for inheritance taxes-Commentary in the Telegraph Journal - 8/23/2018
ROD HILL COMMENTARY
Should Canada have a tax on large gifts and inheritances? This question is unlikely to go away. Increases in income inequality in recent decades, fuelled in particular by increases in very high incomes, will inevitably lead to increased wealth inequality.
Social Assistance and minimum wage campaign - 1/1/2018
Please visit the 'Our campaigns' section of the website to learn more about our campaigns and the actions we are taking to further publicize them in 2018-2019.