Upcoming Webinar and AGM

Join us on our journey towards a world free of extreme poverty. Discover the impact you can have by raising your voice, by being involved with RESULTS Canada and by being engaged in the upcoming federal election. This opportunity is open to everyone interested. 7-7:45pm – Discussion to launch our federal election campaign with guest speaker Libby Davies, former Member of …

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Nina Huynh

Nina has recently joined the RESULTS Ottawa group and is passionate about raising her voice to end extreme poverty. Not long ago, Nina met with her Member of Parliament (MP) and we’ve asked her a couple of questions about her experience. Here’s what she had to say:

Why did you decide to meet with your MP?

“From my academic background in global …

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Campaigns Officer

Join our dedicated team of staff and volunteers and help make change possible.

We are seeking a Campaigns Officer to lead on our policy advocacy on child health. This position will report to the Campaigns Director and is a 8 month term to fill a maternity leave.

Duties include:

Develop and contribute to educational and advocacy campaigns that drive advances in child health …
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RESULTS Canada at Women Deliver 2019

Women Deliver, the largest global conference on the health and rights of women and girls, is coming to Vancouver, British Columbia June 3-6, 2019. RESULTS Canada is looking forward to learning, networking and hosting interactive side events during the conference. You can find us at the following events:

June 2, 6-8pm With the Youth, Through Nutrition, For the World

Vancouver …

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Taking Concrete Steps at Home for Global Impact

By Mélissa Dubé, Public Engagement Organizer

If you know me, you know I’m a vocal supporter of fair trade. When I joined RESULTS Canada, it only made sense for me to share this passion with my colleagues through achieving the Fair Trade Workplace designation. As RESULTS Canada advocates for access to global health services and education, it …

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Communications Advisor

RESULTS Canada is the leading national grassroots advocacy organization committed to ending extreme poverty. Through our national network of volunteers, we are committed to creating the political will to end global poverty, and to demonstrating that everyday citizens that they can make a difference when they raise their voice to advocate for change.

We are seeking to hire a Communications Advisor …

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Guest Blog: World Immunization Week – defining the road to reach every last child with vaccines

By Pam Damoff and Kamal Khera Members of Parliament

Immunization saves lives! In 1988, 20 children were infected by polio every half hour. Fast forward 30 years to 2018 when just over 30 children were infected by polio during the entire year. Many Canadians have a personal experience with this debilitating disease as it was only a generation ago that polio affected thousands …

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Our volunteers lift up communities here in Canada and abroad!

“Citizen advocates are the fuel that has powered RESULTS’ impact for more than 30 years. With heart and hard work, our volunteer advocates have contributed to some of the world’s biggest wins in the fight to end extreme poverty – from cutting child deaths in half to ensuring millions more kids have access to education. By standing up …

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Women Deliver – a moment for Canada to deliver on women’s rights

« Girls and women carry more than babies. Or water. They carry families. They carry businesses. They carry potential. And when we invest in their health, rights, and well-being, it creates a positive ripple effect that lifts up entire countries. » — Women Deliver

From June 3 to 6, Women Deliver, the largest conference in the world around …

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MEDIA ADVISORY

March 20, 2019

Landmarks across Canada will be lit up in red to mark World Tuberculosis Day

OTTAWA, ON – On Sunday March 24, 2019 landmarks in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Victoria will be lit up in red starting at sundown to mark World Tuberculosis (TB). As part of a global effort to shine a light on the fight against …

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