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Quebec's Combat Against Poverty Government Action Plan for Solidarity and Social Inclusion

Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale; Government of Quebac Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Quebec 20 June 2010 Policy document 978-2-550-58858-0

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To bolster this society-wide project, the Action Plan is structured around four

1 Review our standard practices and make regional and local communities key players in
the decision-making process
2 Acknowledge the value of work and foster the self-sufficiency of individuals
3 Support the income of disadvantaged individuals
4 Improve the living conditions of low-income individuals and families.


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