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vancouver vancouver: It's actually a very familiar story, said Adrienne Montani, provincial co-ordinator with First Call, according to Vancouver Courier. We have one in five kids poor. In its annual poverty report card released Tuesday, First Call said the latest data from Statistics Canada show that 172,550 children and youth were living in poverty across the province in 2016, the most recent year for which numbers are available.article continues below Trending Stories'Bella Dolls' sex doll brothel has opened in Vancouver Vancouver can't get enough of otter on the loose in Chinatown garden Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history Vancouver group hypes 'happy hours' in B.C.B.C.'s child poverty rate, as measured by the Census Family Low Income Measure, is down slightly from 2015, but still above the national rate, the report says. That's where we're at and that's what the data tell us. The situation is even worse for Indigenous and immigrant children and those in single-parent families, the report says. We still have a big problem with a very high level of child poverty. ( As reported in the news.