Anti-poverty advocates rallied at Saskatchewan’s Legislative Building in Regina on Tuesday.

Among the small crowd of people was Pamela Blondeau, who said she came out to find out what people are doing to end poverty and see if she could help somehow.

Blondeau said she has “lived in poverty for most of my life” and now survives paycheque to paycheque.

She joined many in attendance in calling on the provincial government to take further action to address poverty in Saskatchewan, including introducing anti-poverty legislation.