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Apr 19
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Before you buy that $5 Lindor chocolate bunny remember 1.2 B ppl live on $1.75/day. Make Poverty History: http://t.co/FXcXUb3DuS @LBLCA

		
Apr 18
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A Lindor bunny cost $5, but 1.2 B people live on ONLY $1.75/day. Help us Make Poverty History: http://t.co/DS2yV9Kek3 #BelowtheLine @LBLCA

		
Apr 18
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RT @joleneh340: My @TimHortons coffee cost $1.65-- 10 cents shy of my daily budget for @LBLCA. http://t.co/UAZ6yLUqel

		
Apr 18
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1.2 billion people live #BelowtheLine on just $1.75/day for everything. The average Canadian spend this much on their morning coffee.

		
Apr 18
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People challenged to eat and drink on $1.75 a day to understand extreme poverty http://t.co/LSRniLT7hu #BelowtheLine @LBLCA

		
Apr 17
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Can the world really end poverty by 2030? http://t.co/Tc7BTMlv85 #endpoverty #equality #post2015

		
Apr 17
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RT @MAFights_Hunger: The Fighting Hunger Daily is out! http://t.co/E2w6Wr3J75 Stories via @DMCunningham @Hulku @endpovertynow

		
Apr 17
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Before you buy that $5.00 Lindor chocolate bunny remember that 1.2 billion people live on ONLY $1.75 per day every day. So, instead of buying chocolate this Easter, support our Live Below the Line Campaign and help us Make Poverty History....
Make Poverty History Canada is a Live #BelowtheLine partner. This May, thousands across the world are eating and drinking on $1.75/day for 5 days to support their poverty fighting efforts. Find out more here!
Live Below the Line - Make Poverty History Canada

		
Apr 17
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RT @Oxfam: What is inclusive #development? Why does it matter? Lessons from #Brazil #India #Kenya http://t.co/La6z80mfBe #ZeroHunger

		
Apr 17
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Thinking about what our meal will look like! Sample live #BelowtheLine breakfast. @LBLCA http://t.co/ZGdzYXyLls http://t.co/Yq3x2c0zRA

		
Apr 17
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MT @joleneh340: How much did you spend on lunch today? Bet it was more than the $1.75/day 1.2 B people live on everyday @LBLCA

		
Apr 17
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RT @HeiferCEO: .@endpovertynow @LBLCA @TexAlbert @LarissaGascoyne @erikholmlund $7.55 More than I'll spend all week for Live #BelowTheLine

		
Apr 17
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One in Eight People Live in Poverty: http://t.co/aFdsqWzwsH #endpoverty

		
Apr 16
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“Disabled People in Developing Countries Are the Poorest of the Poor”: @GPforEducation http://t.co/pUuFOwLAY4 #EducationforAll

		
Apr 16
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Raise minimum wage before calling election, Poverty Free Thunder Bay urges: http://t.co/4Ym5WkdDpa #endpoverty

		
Apr 16
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Jock Finlayson: Hiking the minimum wage is not the best way to help the poor | The Province http://t.co/ykfbA4jm8I

		
Apr 16
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What did you spend on lunch today? More than $1.75? @LBLCA @TexAlbert @LarissaGascoyne @HeiferCEO @erikholmlund http://t.co/Dnhq6OtB0R

		
Apr 16
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TORONTO: Canadians Are Living #belowtheline So Others May Rise above It | Business Wire http://t.co/VpP15SVJ3D @LBLCA

		

On November 24th 1989, Canada's House of Commons passed a unanimous all-party resolution to eliminate child poverty by the year 2000. Twenty years later, the House passed another unanimous motion to "develop an immediate plan to eliminate poverty in Canada for all".

This December, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria is asking donor countries for a replenishment of $15 billion so that it can scale up life-saving programs around the world. Since 2002, the Global Fund has provided 4.2 million people with AIDS treatments, 9.7 million people with anti-tuberculosis treatments and distributed 310 million insecticide-treated nets for the prevention of malaria.

We are at a tipping point in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria with the US, UK, and Australia, among others, all announcing increased funding to the Global Fund in advance of the pledging conference. But where is Canada’s pledge?