A New Initiative In Canada Trials Universal Basic Income

A New Initiative In Canada Trials Universal Basic Income
Banks, Insurance & Financial Services

The policy will provide an unconditional salary for citizens living below the poverty line

Jennifer Passas
  • 29 november 2016

The Canadian province of Ontario will be testing universal basic income in 2017, making it the first government in North America in decades to test the policy that many feel is a panacea to growing levels of income inequality. The province’s most impoverished residents will be given a guaranteed minimum income with the hopes of raising their quality of life and saving the government money.

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