GLBI is a means to helping Canadians save 85 Billion Hours in 5 years or more…
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 […]
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?
COVID19 entered our country and changed the economic situation of every single Canadian. Yet, throughout the pandemic Social Supports for the Disabled have yet to materialize. What will this mean for the Disabled? On September 23, 2020 they were promised help. The Liberal Government of Canada had announced a new benefit called the “Canada Disability […]
Basic Income is not a radical idea. However with a proper look at the numbers as per the PBO version, it can be certain to lift the lowest in the poverty spectrum. Each year that Provincial Governments stall on raising rates to inflation have a consistent cumlative effect on them. Imagine keeping the same job, […]