Guaranteed Income or Guaranteed Incomes?
 
Ken Battle, September 2015
 

The idea of a Guaranteed Income to cure poverty has come and gone over the years.  The concept seems to be on the upswing today.

Some people view a guaranteed or basic income as a potent cure for what ails Canada’s income programs.  Others are dubious and believe the better way is to reform the current system by making use of the methodology of income-testing.  This short paper explored these ideas at a Library of Parliamentary Seminar Series held on April 11, 2008.


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