The bottom line is one way or another, we pay for the people who need Basic Income, Karen Thompson writes.
In Canada, most of us are proud of the social safety net that has developed over the last 65 years. We are a nation of people who care for each other. We should do it because it’s the fair and economical thing to do.
What more can we do?Too often the level of financial support given to individuals who cannot work leaves them without enough money to survive (never mind thrive or flourish) — hence the growth in food banks […]