In 2018 the GLBI formula estimated that a Single Individual could receive up to $16,989 a year. For a Household it was $24,027. In 2020 the GLBI formula estimated that a Single Individual could receive up to $18,329 a year. For a Household it was $24,922. In 2022 the GLBI formula estimated that a Single […]
Canadians are finding it harder every single month to survive, while the Canadian government spends Hundreds of Billions of Dollars every year fighting Poverty….
It’s 2022, Two Years since the Pandemic started to affect Canadians from sea to sea to sea. This has been a rough and troubling time, and for the first time in what seems like years, there is some good progress being made in the drive towards a national Guaranteed Livable Basic Income. Today, Senator Kim […]
The results are startling… We’re going to compare Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program based on their statistics keeping it at maximum Shelter and Basic Needs allowances versus a Basic Income at 75% of the poverty level. For this comparison we are going to use any scenario of Basic Income by the PBO as […]
Is a Means-Tested but Expansive Basic Income the middle ground we’ve been looking for?
The following table is located here and you can open it up and make comments on Google Drive. If you have a quotation, or source of support or even negative support please let us know by emailing us here Highlighted member name’s means they are a new MP since the last document (Recently Elected). Got […]
Here is a list of our Current Comparisons of the Basic Income Rates in the PBO Report released last week, and the current programs across the Country. Why is there 3 Scenarios? Scenario 1 – Cheapest Version – Only up to $35k Income – 50% Claw BackScenario 2 – Middle Version – Only up to […]
Ahh Summer… How we’ve missed you. As the summer approaches the news becomes a little clearer, trickling in, slowly and with alarm bells. Communities are reopening, parks are filling up, businesses restarting, doctors appointments resuming, and vacationers planning. A new AngusReid poll has been released showing an average 61% of Canadians in favor of a […]
Tomorrow; Wednesday June 17, 2020, we will see our Canadian Federal Parliament sit and debate about the immediate future of our country. With millions of residents coming to the expiry of their Canadian Emergency Response Benefit after 8 weeks, they will be extended another 8, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today (Tuesday). Before his […]
Along the way, we have brought mostly subjects on Basic Income about the cost and how we can save money for the government while helping millions more out of poverty. However, we rarely think of the implications of what could have been avoided already. A Universal Basic Income is a means to helping families who […]