On July 13, 2022 Statistics Canada released the new Low Income Measure statistics for 2020 thanks to the Canada Census 2021. During which period, compared to the rates of the Ontario GLBI Pilot program have raised by 17% in four years. Here is the breakdown of the numbers: Individual Low Income Measure 2020: $26,503Household (2) […]
Recently the Doug Ford Government announced the 2022 Budget for Ontario. It did not include a raise for ODSP and Ontario Works Recipients. For those about to click off, and say “I’ve heard this story before” oh no you haven’t. I know, I’m scouring the web every day. You may think you know it all, […]
GLBI is a means to helping Canadians save 85 Billion Hours in 5 years or more…
Dear 2020, let me tell you a few things about the next two years… we left people behind. Welcome to 2022, it’s been two years dealing with COVID-19. At this point, we’re trying to undo some of the drastic harm that’s come out of a little known ignorance that once was tolerable to a point […]
Canada is in desperate need of a place to find Organizations, Research Papers, Reports, Databases and more on Basic Income in Canada while having the opportunity to discuss the topics, and that’s what GLBI.CA is doing.
Eliminating the national debt has been a head scratcher for decades. How could we possibly pay it off? Well a GLBI might just be the answer, as long as we use Scenario 3. The reason is not just because of the increased population, or the lower claw back rate, or the economic effects over decades […]
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?