Nineteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic, a consultation undertaken by the Prince Edward Island Premier’s Office into policy and economic changes needed to help steer
Basic Income Canada Network is a unique national organization dedicated to ensuring everyone can meet basic needs and live with dignity.
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What Is Basic Income?
A basic income guarantee could completely change the way you make decisions and live your life.
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Groundbreaking report shows how Canada could fund a basic income
As the need for basic income grows, we are often asked how Canada could best design and pay for it. To answer that, we asked a team to model some fair, effective and feasible options. Our report, Basic Income: Some Policy Options for Canada does just that.
what we stand for
We want a basic income implemented in Canada, one that is grounded in principles of universality, adequacy, non-conditionality, autonomy, dignity, and economic and gender equality, and that works in synergy with public services. We stand with people in Canada calling on their governments to make basic income a reality.
The internet — and now Web3 — has created an environment where anyone can share their creations with people worldwide. Digital technology has also enabled
The governor of South Korea’s most populous province won the presidential primary for the ruling Democratic Party on a platform of universal basic income, sweeping
CBC News P.E.I.’s Department of Social Development and Housing is improving the allowances given through some of its social assistance programs starting Friday. Minister Brad