Social assistance on the up, but reports suggest basic income may not be the cure-all

Social assistance on the up, but reports suggest basic income may not be the cure-all

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives estimates it will cost $14.5 billion to bring 876,000 Canadians out of poverty . . .

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