Poverty Quiz Test your knowledge about child and family poverty in Canada and learn more about what needs to happen to ensure the well-being of children and families Federal politicians have pledged to eliminate child poverty in Canada three times since 1989*TrueFalseCanada is one of the signatories to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.*TrueFalseWhen the economy as a whole does better, everyone in the country benefits financially and poverty levels go down.*TrueFalseIncome inequality is less of a problem when Canada has abundance of wealth*TrueFalseRaising minimum wage is an important way to reduce child and family poverty in Canada.*TrueFalseGovernment-supported child care spaces are available for more than half of Children who require care in Canada.*TrueFalseCanada’s strong emphasis on equality has helped reduce child poverty for all historically disadvantaged groups, including Indigenous and racialized children, children with disabilities, children of immigrants, and children in female lone-parent families.*TrueFalseMany low-income families with children find their housing options unaffordable and unsafe.*TrueFalsePoverty is too big of a problem to solve and no country has ever been successful at reducing poverty before.*TrueFalsePoverty is a complex issue that should only be dealt with by the government and professionals.*TrueFalse This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.