Tackling Poverty: the power of a universal basic income by Howard Reed et.al.
The Green Resilience Project – Conversations on climate change, income security and community resilience: Across Canada, communities are feeling the effects of climate change, rising income insecurity and their interconnected effect on community resilience.
Alternative Federal Budget 2022 by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Download the French version here.
Basic Income & The Care Economy by Cee Straus. Download the French version here.
Basic Income Gender Disability by Sally A. Kimpson. Download the French version here.
Toward a Guaranteed Livable Income: Annotated Bibliography by Senator Kim Pate – organized by subject areas like health, food security, the economy, it also includes American and International resources. Download the French version here.
A Federal Basic Income Within the Post Covid-19 Economic Recovery Plan (2020) by Hugh Segal, Evelyn L. Forget and Keith Banting for the Royal Society of Canada. Download the French version here.
Southern Ontario’s Basic Income Experience by Mohammad Ferdosi, Tom McDowell, Wayne Lewchuk and Stephanie Ross
Social-Ecological Transformation and the Necessity of Universal Basic Income by James P. Mulvale
Implications of a Basic Income Guarantee for Household Food Insecurity by Valerie Tarasuk
What Could the Basic Income Guarantee do for Women’s Rights? by Josephine Grey
Basic Income and Gender Equality: Reflections on the Potential for Good Policy in Canada by Sheila Regehr
Economic Contribution of the Canada Child Benefit: A Basic Income Guarantee for Canadian Families with Children by CANCEA (2020)
How the Canada Child Benefit is Performing by Mark Stabile and Michael Baker (2021)
Cases for Basic Income, a series focusing on groups and sectors—like work, women, the arts, small business—can be found on the OBIN website.
Why a Guaranteed Livable Income? – Our Perspective, from the office of Senator Kim Pate
Potential Economic Impacts and Reach of Basic Income Programs in Canada, by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis (2020)
BIEN and NABIG Congress are sources for papers and presentations delivered at these events.