Income Inequality

Canadian province to give every citizen $1,320 income boost to overcome poverty | The Independent

A Canadian province is to run a pilot project aimed at providing every citizen a minimum basic income of $1,320 (£773) a month. The provincial government of Ontario confirmed it is holding public consultations on the $25m (£15m) project over the next two months, which could replace social assistance payments administered by the province for people aged 18 to 65.

Source: Canadian province to give every citizen $1,320 income boost to overcome poverty | The Independent

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