Basic Income could encompass 19,886,000 Canadians to SUCCESS
What is this Website about?
This website is an Opinion Blog about Basic Income in a Means-Tested format. That means I’m not supporting Universal Basic Income here, however I do explain WHY, and how a Means-Tested Basic Income is not only cheaper to sustain, but it actually acts like a UBI all the way up to $95,000 earned in a Household, AND it does have elements that are superior to the GLI that the Government wants to announce for the Disabled that will be just like OAS.
I’m not a Journalist, I’m not a Professional, I am an “Average Joe” who happens to have a very strong opinion about Government Social Assistance Spending Waste. If you read my material and you think I have merit, then I ask you to sign my petition asking the Federal Government for a new Analysis of what Scenario 3 could do for the country. In my own opinion the last report was wrong in determining the rate for people by using a 2018 rate instead of 2022.
I hope you enjoy this website and find at least some of the talking points to jog your imagination. You all are worth the investment in life to help not only better society for everyone, but for the future generations to come who won’t have to struggle like we did.
09/23/2020 Throne Speech Announcement01/15/2021 Mandate Letters04/19/2021 Budget 202107/08/2021 This Picture by C. Qualtro MP11/23/2021 Throne Speech 2021 COVID19 entered our country and changed the economic situation of every single Canadian. …
Looking at these programs — the CRB, CRCB, CRSB, CERB, CESB, CEWS and CERS — where would a person go to begin to apply for help? The eligibility criteria change every day. One day you’re on EI, the next one carries you to the CERB, and then back to EI. For a lot of Canadians, it was their first time turning to government programs for support, and it must have been an even more difficult experience to get the answers and support they needed.
Hon. Rose-May Poirier, Canadian Senate March 16, 2021
I checked out For The Future at forthefuture.ca about #BasicIncome and found out more on means testing than I imagined. It might not be #UBI but it’s close!