For both the communities of rich and poor, the poverty law of Canada is not same. They are entirely different. The substantial and procedural laws are providing several benefits to the landlords over the tenants and these laws are protecting them with several beneficial and advantageous credits. But the poor people are considered to be the seldom among the favored parties. The differences in the ability of classes to use the machinery of law have made several enhancements in the remaining permitted to lead the community. Still, there are several organizations in Canada, which are focusing to provide services for issues related to poverty. Some of the legal and sustaining organizations were, PovNet.org, British Columbia Public Interest Advocacy center (BCPIAC), Character Committee on Poverty Issues (CCPI), The Center for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA), and much more. All these organizations are mainly focused to provide judicial and justice services for the Canadian community and for the Canadian people belonging to the marginalized and the poverty line. These organizations are helping the poor people in getting provided with several helpful aspects that could help them to remove the barriers of living a successful life along with the domestic and the international living community and could help them to get several requirements and needs of living as per the desire and expectation in a very good way. By this way, the people could be able to get several improvements in strategies of life and living as well.