A Basic Income for All Canadians
As Canada's social safety net continues to be eroded and the gap between rich and poor in our society continues to grow, it becomes increasingly urgent to confront the problems of poverty in fresh and creative ways.
Political scientist François Blais offers a bold new proposal to assist the poorest and most disadvantaged in our society: a guaranteed basic income, or allowance, to be paid to every Canadian citizen. Elaborating on ideas endorsed by two Nobel laureates, Blais outlines how a program might be implemented that would replace the present profusion of social assistance programs with a single, universal benefit.
Stimulating and original, Ending Poverty offers an important contribution to the ongoing debate over social justice in this country.
Originally published in French as Un revenu garanti pour tous.
Translated by Jennifer Hutchison.
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by on October 25, 2016
- James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers, December 2011
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