The CAPRA Living Wage committee understands that income is perhaps the most important social determinant of health. An income level shapes overall living conditions, affects psychological functioning, and influences health related behaviours such as quality of diet, recreation and leisure, and substance use/abuse.
Our goal is to advocate for a living wage for the people in our community.
Stay Up to Date!
CAPRA just published the 2016 Living Wage report! Check out the links below for more information!
The Living Wage Action Committee meets monthly and is always looking for interested people to join our group.
If you are interested in joining or are looking for more information, please contact us through our online form.