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WEBINAR | Ending Poverty: Making Basic Income Feasible in Canada

Community Engagement, Cities Reducing Poverty, Income Security

A new report from the Basic Income Network Canada uses Statistics Canada data to prove that Basic Income is no longer a theoretical debate but a feasible strategy for Canadian governments to reduce poverty by 95%.

Authors of the report, Sheila Regehr and Chandra Pasma along with Tom Cooper joined us in a webinar discussion about policy options, implications for governments and citizens, and recommendations on how community organizers and governments can use this new information to advocate for a Basic Income.

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